WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar says Warner Bros. will produce at least 10 exclusive HBO Max movies in 2022.
Warner Bros. will increase its production of original films for HBO Max in 2022.
During a second-quarter earnings call for AT&T, WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar announced that Warner Bros. would provide 10 or more films exclusively for HBO Max in 2022. In the same year, the studio’s theatrical performances will begin screening. Exclusively in theaters for 45 days prior to launching on HBO Max.
“Clearly, moving images matter and will continue to matter,” Kilar said. “They are also important at home in terms of the response we have received” from HBO Max users. Regarding the film industry as a whole, Kilar predicted that it “will continue to evolve and innovate in ways that work not only for consumers and fans, but also for our business partners.”
Not only did Kilar focus on streaming efforts when discussing Warner Bros. movies. He also took the time to praise the worldwide box office gross of $ 463.2 million. Godzilla vs. Kong and he used it as an example of how theatrical exhibition continues to be a profitable avenue for WarnerMedia.
In recent months, several major exclusive movies for HBO Max have begun filming. These include the horror sequel. Evil Dead Rise, Steven Soderbergh’s New Directing Effort WHO, the remake of the comedy Father of the bride starring Andy Garcia and the romantic comedy Moonshot.
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