Timothée Chalamet and Rebecca Ferguson in a still from upcoming 2021 film Dune which, like all of Warner Bros’ 2021 slate, will be released at the same time on HBO Max and in cinemas. Photo: AP Timothée Chalamet and Rebecca Ferguson in a still from upcoming 2021 film Dune which, like all of Warner Bros’ 2021 slate, will be released at the same time on HBO Max and in cinemas. Photo: AP
Timothée Chalamet and Rebecca Ferguson in a still from upcoming 2021 film Dune which, like all of Warner Bros’ 2021 slate, will be released at the same time on HBO Max and in cinemas. Photo: AP
American films

Has Warner Bros finally killed cinema with Matrix 4, Dune and all its other 2021 films coming straight to HBO Max?

  • Warner Bros’ decision to release all its 2021 films on HBO Max and in cinemas at the same time could have serious repercussions for movie theatres
  • Cinemas will have to get smarter – whether it’s luring film fans with the promise of in-person or live-by-satellite Q&As, or boutique food and drink offerings

Topic |   American films
Timothée Chalamet and Rebecca Ferguson in a still from upcoming 2021 film Dune which, like all of Warner Bros’ 2021 slate, will be released at the same time on HBO Max and in cinemas. Photo: AP Timothée Chalamet and Rebecca Ferguson in a still from upcoming 2021 film Dune which, like all of Warner Bros’ 2021 slate, will be released at the same time on HBO Max and in cinemas. Photo: AP
Timothée Chalamet and Rebecca Ferguson in a still from upcoming 2021 film Dune which, like all of Warner Bros’ 2021 slate, will be released at the same time on HBO Max and in cinemas. Photo: AP
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