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Warner Discovery Merger ‘The Great Escape’ for AT&T

Telecom giant AT&T announced Monday a deal to combine its content unit WarnerMedia with Discovery, paving the way for one of Hollywood’s biggest studios to compete with media giants Netflix and Disney. Right now HBO Max is ranked 7th in streaming just behind Hulu in the coveted streaming market. Under the agreement, AT&T will revisit its $85 billion acquisition of… Read More
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What is the Snyder Cut?

For those of you who just arrived from another galaxy and are catching up on current events the Justice League Snyder cut Justice League movie previewed worldwide on Thursday 18th of March. As of today’s date, it sets at 74% on the Rotten Tomatoes ‘Tomatometer’ with 209 reviews and with a 96% audience score showing 25,000+ Ratings. To say it… Read More
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Warner Bros. Streaming All New Movie Releases

HBO Max will premiere all movies released for theaters starting December 2020 starting with Wonder Woman 1984 having a simultaneous release in theaters and on HBO Max on Christmas Day. They will follow that policy during 2021 with all their new movies for the big screen. Warner Bros. Pictures released the following trailer to promote the announcement: Warner Bros. Pictures… Read More
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DC Fandome is Coming Soon

The Fandome schedule now out, and we have a lot more information than before, but we’ll continue to update this story as news is released. You can sign up at the official DC FanDome site for an email about the event, and follow the DC Comics Twitter account or click on Twitter hashtag #DCFandome for updates. The ultimate 24-hour experience for the world’s DC fans is almost… Read More
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DC Universe is Re-evaluated by AT&T & Warner Media

According to Deadline, the DC Universe streaming service is being “re-evaluated” by its parent company WarnerMedia. This news comes as the just-launched Swamp Thing live-action television series was canceled only 6 days into its first season. The series was under inspection by the producers who during filming cut the first season from 13 episodes to 10. WarnerMedia is focusing on… Read More