Brief glimpses of The Suicide Squad, In The Heights, Space Jam, King Richard and more lie within – very brief glimpses, though.
Warner Bros’ plan to debut pretty much its entire 2021 movie slate on HBO Max at the same time the films in theory arrive in cinemas may have divided Hollywood, but the studio is pressing ahead with the idea that notwithstanding. As such, it’s now issued a trailer promoting the idea, and some of the films included. Furthermore, there are brief snippets of new footage from a bunch of the films in the 30 second promo.
We could make a whole host of clickbait out of this, and get this story up to 500 words or so to try and get higher ranked in Google or something. But we figured instead we might just show you the trailer. Here’s what’s in store…
More on all of the films as we hear it.
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