Michael B. Jordan Developing New ‘Superman’ Project At HBO Max That Will Focus On Val-Zod

It’s been long rumored that Michael B. Jordan was in the mix for a new Superman project at Warner Bros. and it looks like the details have finally been revealed thanks to a new report from the folks over at Collider. Michael B. Jordan and his production company Outlier Society are developing their own Black SupermanContinue reading “Michael B. Jordan Developing New ‘Superman’ Project At HBO Max That Will Focus On Val-Zod”

WarnerMedia Admits They Only Added 11 Million HBO/HBO Max Subscribers In The First Year

HBO Max is starting to look like a big albatross for WarnerMedia after reports that the hybrid release model (Warner Bros. films dropping on the same day in theaters and HBO Max) meant to boost subscriptions to the service has lost the company over a billion dollars (and counting) and the sluggish growth of HBOContinue reading “WarnerMedia Admits They Only Added 11 Million HBO/HBO Max Subscribers In The First Year”

‘Garbage Pail Kids’: Danny McBride, David Gordon Green & ‘Solar Opposites’ Josh Bycel Behind New Animated Series At HBO Max

The Garbage Pail Kids are a parody Topps card line that was a gross-out version of the popular doll toys The Cabbage Patch Kids, the card incarnations that debuted in 1985 featured subversive versions of the dolls and led to cult film that is rarely talked about and an animated series. HBO Max has beenContinue reading “‘Garbage Pail Kids’: Danny McBride, David Gordon Green & ‘Solar Opposites’ Josh Bycel Behind New Animated Series At HBO Max”

WarnerMedia’s Hybrid Release Model Shaping Up To Become A $1 Billion Loss – Called A “Major Misstep”

In December, WarnerMedia announced plans to release all of their 2021 slate in theaters and on their streaming service HBO Max (free for one month with subscription) on the same day, the hybrid release model was controversial and led to reports of their partner Legendary Entertainment gearing-up for a lawsuit. Legendary attempted to sell-off GodzillaContinue reading “WarnerMedia’s Hybrid Release Model Shaping Up To Become A $1 Billion Loss – Called A “Major Misstep””

WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar Reportedly Exiting After Being Kept In The Dark About Merger

A little over a year after being hired by AT&T CEO John Stankey to run WarnerMedia, Jason Kilar is looking for the exit, according to a report from The New York Times. Stankey announced that Discovery and WarnerMedia would be merging in a shocking media announcement today while avoiding multiple questions about Kilar’s future roleContinue reading “WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar Reportedly Exiting After Being Kept In The Dark About Merger”

Christopher Nolan Has Spoken To Netflix About Working With Them But Global Theatrical Distribution Is A Concern – Signal He Is Searching For A New Studio Home?

You might remember how heated things got when WarnerMedia announced their day-and-date release model, something depending on where you look for numbers didn’t seem to make a huge impact on subscriber growth for HBO Max in Q1. Filmmakers Christopher Nolan (Tenet) and Denis Villeneuve (Dune) came out swinging with public comments denouncing the company. ThereContinue reading “Christopher Nolan Has Spoken To Netflix About Working With Them But Global Theatrical Distribution Is A Concern – Signal He Is Searching For A New Studio Home?”

WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar Suggests Blockbusters Will Return Exclusively To Theaters In 2022 Before Landing On HBO Max

As Godzilla Vs. Kong ended up having a better than expected international and domestic debut at the box office, it sounds like WarnerMedia won’t be carrying over the day-and-date model into 2022 at the same level. WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar spoke with Vox on their podcast Recode Media, revealing that 2022 is expected to seeContinue reading “WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar Suggests Blockbusters Will Return Exclusively To Theaters In 2022 Before Landing On HBO Max”

WarnerMedia’s Ann Sarnoff Joins Zack Snyder In Denouncing Toxic Fandom – Too Little Too Late?

Yesterday, WarnerMedia Studios CEO Ann Sarnoff spoke with Variety in a lengthy interview and suggested that Zack Snyder’s era has ended with his version of Justice League completing his trilogy. Hopefully, fans can respectfully accept that WarnerMedia is focusing on new projects and won’t be returning to the Snyderverse anytime soon. I say this becauseContinue reading “WarnerMedia’s Ann Sarnoff Joins Zack Snyder In Denouncing Toxic Fandom – Too Little Too Late?”

WarnerMedia Moving On From The Zack Snyder Era & Unlikely Restoring The Snyderverse

Zack Snyder’s Justice League finally debuted last week on HBO Max and embolden fans to push their next phase of their Snyder campaign with #RestoreTheSnyderverse, however, that doesn’t seem to be really in the cards despite over a year of hucksters pushing bogus scoops that Zack was coming back to make more films and overseeContinue reading “WarnerMedia Moving On From The Zack Snyder Era & Unlikely Restoring The Snyderverse”

WarnerMedia’s Ann Sarnoff Says They Won’t Be Developing The Ayer Cut of ‘Suicide Squad’

DC Comics and Zack Snyder fans seemed to rejoice last week with Zack Snyder’s Justice League finally being released on HBO Max, the 4-hour juggernaut’s release seemed to give the impression to fans that there was a shot that David Ayer’s original cut of Suicide Squad referred to by fans as The Ayer Cut couldContinue reading “WarnerMedia’s Ann Sarnoff Says They Won’t Be Developing The Ayer Cut of ‘Suicide Squad’”