Director Denis Villeneuve is one of many directors who aren’t very happy with newcomer streaming service HBO Max. The “Dune” director has even gone as far as to write an op-ed to elaborate on his laundry list of issues with the same-day streaming plan the platform has for all of its 2021 films.
On Thursday, WarnerMedia shook things up big time and announced its plan for their upcoming 2021 film releases.
Christopher Nolan’s latest film, Tenet will be available in stores mid December, just in time for the holidays!
Nolan reveals his thoughts about Tenet’s Box office collections and what studios are doing in response to COVID-19.
France and Germany cinemas face a very uncertain future due to a mandated closing while the countries both go into lockdown.
AMC plans to sell 15 million shares, in what is beginning to seem like a last ditch effort to stay afloat.
COVID-19 is once again forcing films into an early home release with the next casualty of this being Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi epic, “Tenet”.
Disney delays Black Widow and other MCU movies, delivering a massive punch to theaters that have reopened
“The New Mutants” is beginning to seem like it may never come. While that’s not 100% true, fans in Europe have to wait even longer than “forever.”
Hype for Christopher Nolan’s new film Tenet has reached an all time high. Now IMAX are joining in to promote the film before release.