Warner Bros. 2022 Movies May Not Get Same-Day HBO Max Release

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The Number 2 theater chain in the world has struck an exhibition deal with Warner Bros., the studio responsible for smashing the theatrical window in 2021 with its slew of same-day HBO Max releases – and it could mean the end of that controversial move on the studio’s part. Warner Bros. announced late last year that it would be releasing every single one of its 2021 new releases on HBO Max the same day that they hit theaters, for a limited time only (after 31 days, the film is no longer streaming on HBO Max and follows a traditional home video release schedule). This announcement rankled many and caused Christopher Nolan, one of WB’s most loyal filmmakers, to lash out against the studio and HBO Max.

With vaccine distribution surging, people are ready to go back to the movies, and Regal Cinemas announced today that it plans to reopen theaters in the United States on April 2nd in a limited number of locations, followed by more locations on April 16th. Those dates coincide with big Warner Bros. releases – first Godzilla vs. Kong then Mortal Kombat on April 16th – and indeed Regal and Warner Bros. have struck a multi-year deal that will change radically in 2022.

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