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Warner Bros. announced Thursday that it will make its full 2021 film slate available to stream for a one-month period each, exclusively on HBO Max. Each of the films will be simultaneously released in theaters and available for the limited window on the streaming service. After the one-month period on HBO Max, the films will be taken off the platform and continue to show in theaters in the U.S. and internationally. HBO Max and Warner Bros. are both owned by WarnerMedia, which in turn is owned by AT&T. “We’re living in unprecedented times, which call for creative solutions, including this new initiative for the Warner Bros. Pictures Group,” said Ann Sarnoff, chair and CEO of WarnerMedia Studios and Networks Group.
Persons: Cinemark, HBO Max, Tom, Jerry, , Ann Sarnoff Organizations: Warner Bros, HBO Max, AMC, HBO, WarnerMedia, AT, Warner Bros . Pictures, WarnerMedia Studios, Networks Locations: U.S
Warner Bros to stream next year's movies while they are in theaters
  + stars: | 2020-12-03 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
FILE PHOTO: The Warner Bros logo is seen during the annual MIPCOM television programme market in Cannes, France, October 14, 2019. REUTERS/Eric GaillardLOS ANGELES (Reuters) - AT&T Inc’s Warner Bros studio on Thursday announced that it will make all of its 2021 films available in theaters and on the HBO Max streaming service starting on the same day, an unprecedented shift in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The movies, which are expected to include “Godzilla vs. Kong” and “Mortal Kombat,” will be available on HBO Max for one month starting on the same day they debut in cinemas, the studio said in a statement. Other upcoming movies affected include “The Suicide Squad,” a new version of “Dune” and a “Matrix” sequel. “No one wants films back on the big screen more than we do,” said Ann Sarnoff, chair and CEO of WarnerMedia Studios and Networks Group.
Persons: Eric Gaillard LOS, Kong ”, HBO Max, , Ann Sarnoff Organizations: Warner, REUTERS, Eric Gaillard LOS ANGELES, Reuters, Warner Bros, HBO Max, HBO, WarnerMedia Studios, Networks, , AMC Entertainment Locations: Cannes, France, U.S
Warner Bros goes all in on streaming, disrupts theater business
  + stars: | 2020-12-03 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
FILE PHOTO: The Warner Bros logo is seen during the annual MIPCOM television programme market in Cannes, France, October 14, 2019. Other upcoming movies affected include “The Suicide Squad,” a new version of “Dune” and a “Matrix” sequel. Studios have been pushing to make their movies available in living rooms sooner than the typical timeline of roughly 90 days after they debut in cinemas. Warner Bros executives said the strategy would be in place for one year and was a response to the unique challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, which has forced many theaters to remain closed. The multi-year agreement is similar to one that Comcast-owned Universal made in July with AMC.
Persons: Eric Gaillard The, Kong ”, HBO Max, , Ann Sarnoff, ” Cineworld, Cinemark Organizations: ANGELES, Reuters, Warner Bros, HBO Max, Warner, REUTERS, HBO, AMC Entertainment, WarnerMedia Studios, Networks, U.S, Regal, AMC, Universal Pictures, Comcast, Universal Locations: Cannes, France, U.S
LOS ANGELES— AT&T Inc.’s Warner Bros. will release its entire 2021 slate of theatrical films simultaneously in theaters and on its HBO Max streaming service, the studio said Thursday, taking the most drastic step yet in eliminating the exclusivity theater chains have enjoyed for decades. (More to come)
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Apple's latest iPhone update released in September, iOS 14, includes a new picture-in-picture option that lets you continue watching a movie, TV show or FaceTime video chat while you're doing other stuff on your iPhone, such as checking email or sending messages. The video just plays in a small window instead of full screen. Or if you want to check email and stream CNBC at the same time. It works with a lot of apps including Netflix, HBO Max, Hulu, Apple TV and more. If you want, you can start a FaceTime video chat with someone and carry on chatting while you check email or do something else.
Persons: HBO Max Organizations: CNBC, Netflix, HBO, Hulu, Apple
Warner Bros. announced on Thursday an unprecedented distribution strategy for its 2021 theatrical release slate as the coronavirus pandemic continues to devastate Hollywood. The movie studio will debut all of its 2021 movies on HBO Max in the US the same day they hit theaters. The movies will be available on Max for one month, after which they'll leave the streamer and continue to play in theaters. Warner Bros. had previously announced that "Wonder Woman 1984" would debut on HBO Max the same day it hits theaters on December 25. This is a huge step for Warner Bros., which committed to theaters earlier this year when it debuted Christopher Nolan's "Tenet" in cinemas.
Persons: HBO Max, Max, they'll, Christopher Nolan's, Tenet, Tom, Jerry, Richard Organizations: Warner Bros, Hollywood, HBO Locations: Newark
Discovery announced Wednesday that it will launch its streaming service, Discovery+, in January. The firm already pays executives in line with other streaming and media giants like Disney and Netflix. On January 4, 2021, Discovery will join Netflix, Disney, and Hulu in the streaming universe with its streaming platform, Discovery+. The executives leading Discovery through this transition into the world of streaming are already paid in line with other executives at streaming giants. Long-term awards made up nearly half of total reported compensation for each executive.
Persons: Peter Faricy, David Zaslav, David Zaslav's, Bob Iger, Netflix's Reed Hastings Organizations: Discovery, HGTV, Food Network, Disney, Netflix, Hulu, HBO, TLC, CNBC, Lifetime, SEC Locations: Dives
AT&T's Warner Bros. announced on Thursday that all of its films scheduled to launch in 2021 will be released on HBO Max at the same time they are available in theaters. It's also a move that Warner Bros. already made with "Wonder Woman 1984," which will be released to theaters and HBO Max on Christmas Day. That movie was originally scheduled to come out in the summer, but was delayed several times before WarnerMedia decided to release it on HBO Max. HBO Max is AT&T's online video service, which launched in the U.S. in May. In July, Universal shortened the number of days films needed to run in theaters before they were available online through an agreement with AMC Theaters.
Persons: T's Warner, HBO Max, It's, WarnerMedia, Ann Sarnoff, Tom, Jerry, Richard, Disney Organizations: T's, T's Warner Bros, HBO, AMC, Warner Bros, WarnerMedia Studios, Networks, Universal, AMC Theaters, Disney Locations: U.S, Newark
Warner Brothers will release all of its 2021 films in theaters and HBO Max concurrentlyJulia Boorstin reports Warner Brothers will be releasing movies in theaters and on HBO Max at the same time during 2021. She joins 'The Exchange' to discuss the hybrid strategy.
Persons: Warner, HBO Max, Julia Boorstin Organizations: HBO, Warner
Hollywood movie producer Jason Blum recently told the New York Times that coronavirus has "shaken the movie business to its bones," but the head of Blumhouse Productions, best known for its horror films, is bullish on the post-Covid future of movie theaters. "I don't think movie theaters are going anywhere," Blum said, at Thursday's CNBC Evolve livestream on the transformation of the media landscape. But Blum says how long movies play in theatres is definitely going to change. Blum said the traditional studios will need to adopt a three-week theatrical release model for movie theaters — though for some films it could be longer. But he does see more collaboration between big tech companies in streaming and Hollywood, though tensions do remain.
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New York (CNN Business) In a momentous decision that could upend the way movies are distributed in the future, Warner Bros., the world's second-largest movie studio, announced it would stream all of its 2021 movies at the same time they hit theaters. WarnerMedia, which owns CNN, is the parent company of Warner Bros. and HBO. Warner Bros.' announcement, however, is a massive leap that none of its competitors has yet taken. "Wonder Woman 1984" simultaneously in theaters and on the streaming service on December 25. Unlike those two movies, however, the Warner Bros.' theatrical slate won't cost HBO Max subscribers anything extra.
Persons: WarnerMedia, Ann Sarnoff, Tenet Organizations: CNN, Warner Bros, AMC AMC, HBO, WarnerMedia Studios, Networks Group, Disney DIS Universal Studios, HBO Max Locations: York, U.S
What to Watch During the Holidays
  + stars: | 2020-12-02 | by ( Ellen Gamerman | John Jurgensen | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.72   time to read: +1 min
Like so many rituals this year, Hollywood’s holiday rollout is happening mostly online. From big-budget movies to lure families over Christmas, to serious-minded films to attract award nominations, they’re appearing on digital platforms, often at the same time (or soon after) they debut in theaters. It’s a tradeoff for filmmakers who know fewer people will see their movies in the ideal setting they had envisioned. “Certainly the experience is far better the bigger the TV and the better the sound. Below, some highlights from the films and TV series coming over the holiday entertainment season.
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Assessing the media damage in 2020
  + stars: | 2020-12-02 | by ( Lucia Moses | ) www.businessinsider.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
This week: Media's horrible year, can SPACs save digital media, and the top stories of November. "The Flight Attendant" HBO MaxHow bad was 2020 for media companies? That didn't happen, though there have been some digital media couplings — Vice and Refinery29, Group Nine Media and PopSugar. Froth over digital media companies — we've heard that before. Martin SorrellICYMIIt's been a time of turmoil for media companies and agencies as they undergo consolidation, layoffs, and leadership changes.
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Former President Barack Obama in an interview set to be released later on Wednesday emphasized that activists and politicians who want policing reforms lose a lot of people when they use slogans like "defund the police," according to Vanity Fair. "If you want to get something done in a democracy, then you've got to be able to meet people where they are," Obama said. Former President Barack Obama in an interview set to be released later on Wednesday emphasized that activists and politicians who want policing reforms lose a lot of people when they say "snappy" slogans like "defund the police," according to Vanity Fair. He added: "If you instead say ... let's reform the police department so that everybody's being treated fairly. Obama said that leaders have to decide if they want to make real policy changes or simply speak to like-minded supporters.
Persons: Barack Obama, Obama, Peter Hamby, you've, Joe Biden, Jim Clyburn, Clyburn, Joe Cunningham, Jaime Harrison, George Floyd, Floyd Organizations: Democrats, HBO Locations: South Carolina, Charleston, Minneapolis
It will launch its streaming service Discovery+ in Jan. 2021, sources told CNBC's David Faber. The service will include a $4.99 per month ad-supported tier and a $6.99 per month ad-free tier. The lower $4.99 tier costs the same as NBCUniversal-owned Peacock's premium tier with ads. In just one year, Disney+ has amassed 73.7 million subscribers, far exceeding the company's expectations for 60 to 90 million subscribers by 2024. Discovery is expected to reveal more details on its streaming service during an event at noon ET Wednesday.
Persons: CNBC's David Faber, HBO Max, NBCUniversal's Peacock, WarnerMedia Organizations: Disney, HBO, Netflix, Verizon, Channel, Food Network, HBOMax, Paramount, CNBC Locations: Jan, ViacomCBS
In October, Indian music label Saregama's executive director Vikram Mehra explained how the company had shifted its licensing strategy after TikTok's removal. TikTok star Addison Rae presents at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, CA. "Now it's one of the largest platforms on the planet, and there would be no TikTok without music." Cooper was one of several music industry execs who discussed TikTok with investors this year. Read more about TikTok's impact on the music and media industries below:
Persons: TikTok, It's, Trump, Reckitt Benckiser McCormick, Reckitt, WISeKey, Asos, Dunkin, Vera Bradley, Lauren Corporation, Adam Blitzer, ByteDance, they'd, Charles Sirois, Sirois, Vikram Mehra, Mehra, Evan Spiegel, Steve Jennings, Snapchat, Spiegel, Oppenheimer, Ned D, Segal, Segal didn't, Reed Hastings, Addison Rae, Andrew Gombert, execs, Stephen Cooper, Goldman Sachs's, Cooper, Daniel G, Ek, it's, Hipgnosis, Chris Helm, Life360, Chris, we've, influencers Organizations: Netflix, Twitter, eBay, WPP, Publicis Groupe, Spotify, Warner Music Group, Sentieo Inc, TikTok, Groupe, WPP Publicis Groupe, WPP CPG, McCormick & Company, Reckitt Benckiser McCormick & Company, Asos Finance, PagSeguro, SoftBank, Ubisoft, Score Media, Gaming, Super League Gaming Ubisoft, Super League Gaming Media, IAC, JOYY Inc, Vivendi SA, Universal Music, Machine, LiveXLive Media, Walmart, Westwing, AG, Abercrombie, Fitch, American Eagle Outfitters, Superdry, Crocs Tech, Oracle Corporation, Microsoft, YouTube, Salesforce, Indian, OnMobile, Getty, TechCrunch, Inc, Morgan's Global Technology, Media, Communications Conference, HBO, Dolby Theatre, Los Angeles Times, Getty Images, Warner Music, Goldman Sachs's Communacopia Conference, Master Corp, Google, Apple Locations: India, TikTok, San Francisco, J.P, Hollywood , CA
How to watch live TV on Hulu and how much it costs
  + stars: | 2020-12-02 | by ( Jen Gushue | Steven Cohen | ) www.businessinsider.com + 0.00   time to read: +8 min
Read more: A complete price breakdown for Hulu and Hulu Live TV packagesHulu + Live TV saved my life. Hulu + Live TV is a great option if you're looking into cord-cutting thanks to the sheer volume of content you gain access to. It's also important to note that even with the Hulu Premium + Live TV option, you'll still have to sit through ads during live TV streams. Free with Hulu + Live TV is up to 50 hours of storage so you can record your favorite shows to watch them later. Choose the Disney Bundle with Hulu + Live TV ($61.99/month) or the Disney Bundle with Premium Hulu + Live TV ($67.99/month).
Persons: we'd, would've, Hulu, Steven Cohen, It's, you've, you'll Organizations: Hulu, CBS, Food Network, ESPN, Disney, Discovery Channel, Crimson Tide, HBO, Showtime, Cinemax, Starz, ABC, Fox, NBC, HGTV, NBCSN, SEC Network, Disney Plus, Apple
Nicole Kidman sees your 'The Undoing' theories
  + stars: | 2020-11-30 | by ( Lisa Respers France | ) edition.cnn.com + 0.93   time to read: 1 min
(CNN) Let's try and do this with no spoilers shall we? "The Undoing" is the latest "hurry up and binge it so we can talk about it" limited series and theories abound. Nicole Kidman stars in the HBO thriller (HBO is owned by CNN's parent company) as Grace Fraser, a successful therapist married to oncologist Jonathan (played by Hugh Grant) with whom she shares a young son who attends an elite private school in New York City. "A chasm opens in Grace's seemingly perfect life: a violent death, a missing spouse, and a chain of terrible revelations," is how HBO describes what happens. Kidman hopped on her verified Instagram account stories to share some famous fans theories and comments including rapper Travis Scott, reality star/entrepreneur Kourtney Kardashian and actresses Issa Rae and Kerry Washington.
Persons: Let's, Nicole Kidman, Grace Fraser, oncologist Jonathan, Hugh Grant, Kidman, Travis Scott, Kourtney Kardashian, Issa Rae, Kerry Washington, Read Organizations: CNN, HBO Locations: New York City
Hulu, one of the best streaming services for TV shows, movies, and live TV, is once again offering a can't-miss deal for new subscribers. Hulu's Cyber Monday 2020 dealAvailable now through 11:59 p.m. PT on November 30: New subscribers can sign up for the ad-supported Basic Hulu subscription for just $1.99 a month. The Premium subscription (ad-free) costs $11.99 a month, and there are also options to add Live TV or other services such as HBO or Disney Plus to your Hulu subscription. What's included in the Hulu deal? We're covering all the best Cyber Monday and Cyber Monday deals from top retailers here:Read more about Hulu:
Persons: Hulu, What's Organizations: Hulu, PT, Disney, ESPN, HBO, Disney Plus, Spotify, Amazon Music
But there are tons of movies out there that, from the right perspective, count as a holiday watch. And though the creatures wreak havoc, they cause destruction while occasionally donning Christmas hats and singing Christmas carols. 'Die Hard'The Bruce Willis action flick is a standard in the genre of unassuming Christmas movies -- and for good reason. The movie takes place during a holiday Christmas party. But because the film takes place in Philadelphia during Christmas, there are plenty of holiday gags that add to the movie's hilarity.
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The internet howled at the unintentionally hilarious viral clip of James Woods playing Rudy Giuliani in a 2003 TV biopic. I went back and watched "Rudy: The Rudy Giuliani Story" and I'm shocked to report that it isn't terrible. Woods and Giuliani might be national embarrassments now, but it's no fault of "Rudy" the TV movie. "I'm just not much of a cuddler," said the actor James Woods, playing the titular character in the 2003 TV biopic, "Rudy: The Rudy Giuliani Story." I'm as surprised as anyone, but "Rudy" is kind of an ok TV movie.
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Viewers like me might've cringed last Sunday watching HBO's "The Undoing" and hearing Nicole Kidman's character be corrected by her British mother-in-law for saying "none of us are" instead of "none of us is." Kidman's character says nothing. And though Grace's mother-in-law is English, this is not a difference between British English and American English. Those who stubbornly believe that "none" must always take a singular verb — as the Janet Fraser character believes — do so at the risk of uttering absurdities. Which leads us back to Kidman's character, who had it right after all.
Persons: Nicole Kidman's, Fury, Elena Alves, Matilda De Angelis, Janet Fraser, Rosemary Harris, Grace Fraser, Kidman, Janet, Jonathan Fraser, Hugh Grant, who's, Jonathan, Elena, Grace, I'm, Emily Brewster, Webster, Brewster, Bill Walsh, might've, Patricia T, Claire Kehrwald Cook Organizations: Merriam, The Washington Post Locations: British, New York, Grace, The, Pittsburgh
Which Nxivm Show Is Better? An Expert Investigates
  + stars: | 2020-11-27 | by ( Barry Meier | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.92   time to read: +1 min
It was the comedian Judd Apatow who convinced me to invest a little too much of my time in the two recent documentaries about the sex cult Nxivm. “The Vow” on HBO and “Seduced” on Starz have a combined running time of 13 hours. The group, which was based near Albany, N.Y., offered “self-improvement” courses, claiming they would help participants overcome fears and realize their potential. They have included friends and acquaintances I wouldn’t have expected to spend evenings absorbed by a sex cult. Then, my interest was further piqued when Apatow tweeted, “I may need to do a 300 hour podcast to explain why The Vow goes so much easier on the NXIVM cult than Seduced.”
Persons: Judd Apatow, , , Nxivm, Keith Raniere, I’d, I wouldn’t, Apatow Organizations: HBO, Starz, The New York Times, Vanguard Locations: Albany, N.Y
HBO Max's new miniseries "The Flight Attendant" is a fun, frothy, stylish comedy/suspense espionage thriller. “The Flight Attendant” starts with flight attendant Cassie Bowden (Kaley Cuoco) flirting with first class passenger Alex Sokolov (Michiel Huisman) on a flight to Bangkok. In "The Flight Attendant," though, you and the main character discovers who you are together, and who you are is less of a hero and more of a mess. Similarly, "The Flight Attendant” circles and swoops with exciting, amusing energy, but when you glance out the window, you find yourself hovering precariously over an abyss. Maybe in the last half of the series, Cassie will dry out and book herself passage to a better place.
Persons: It's, , Cassie Bowden, Kaley, Alex Sokolov, Michiel Huisman, Cassie, Alex, she's, Jason Bourne, Marvel, Alex wasn't, vacuousness, Austin Powers, Cassie doesn't, She's, Davey, T.R, Knight Organizations: HBO, FBI Locations: Bangkok
Hulu, one of the best streaming services for TV shows, movies, and live TV, is once again offering a can't-miss deal for new subscribers. Hulu's Black Friday 2020 dealAvailable now through 11:59 p.m. PT on November 30: New subscribers can sign up for the ad-supported Basic Hulu subscription for just $1.99 a month. Normally, the Hulu Basic subscription (ad-supported) costs $5.99 a month, so you'll save $4 a month, or $48 in total for the year. The Premium subscription (ad-free) costs $11.99 a month, and there are also options to add Live TV or other services such as HBO or Disney Plus to your Hulu subscription. What's included in the Hulu deal?
Persons: Hulu, What's Organizations: PT, Hulu, Black, Disney, ESPN, HBO, Disney Plus, Spotify, Amazon Music
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