Though movie theaters likely aren't going to be back at their normal operating capacity in this first half of 2021, that's not stopping Warner Bros. That's because of their new release plan to send all of their movies into theaters and onto HBO Max simultaneously.
However, there was no specific reason given to this new release date or whether this is the result of the recent legal clash between the two studios over Godzilla vs. Kong and Dune.
Warner Bros. moved the release date of Godzilla vs. Kong from May to March yesterday evening, but we still haven't actually seen a trailer for the movie. Such was the case with Godzilla vs. Kong, a $200 million project that was largely paid for by Legendary Pictures.
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Meanwhile, Legendary is still working with WarnerMedia to figure out some kind of agreement regarding the release of Denis Villeneuve's adaptation of Dune. As of now, the movie will release on October 1.
It's not uncommon for Hollywood to shift release dates around even when there isn't a risky illness sweeping across the planet. We'll have to wait and see.
That new strategy had been a sticking point with production company Legendary Entertainment, which financed the majority of Godzilla vs. Kong's budget and was reportedly blindsided by Warner's shift to streaming releases.
As a squadron embarks on a perilous mission across fantastic, unknown terrain, unearthing clues to the very origins of the Titans and the survival of mankind, a conspiracy threatens to wipe creatures, good and bad, from the surface. earth forever.