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There’s bad streaming news for Elvis fans and I’m excited

by Stewart Cole

HBO Max has been in the news a lot lately, for all the wrong reasons. First, Warner Bros. Discovery has decided to abandon two projects altogetherThe Bat girl movie and cartoon Scooby-Doo, Scoob: Holiday Haunt, despite the fact that both were good in production. Now it seems there is a lot more content we won’t see on HBO Max, at least not when we expected. It appears the decision has been made to delay the release of some theatrical films on the service, including Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis.

Warner Bros. was one of the first studios to draw up a new plan for theatrical distribution during the pandemic that would see all films released on HBO Max 45 days after they first appeared in cinemas, following the decision to released day and date schedule WB 2020 on HBO Max. However, this decision was taken under the previous regime at WB, and according to sources at Decision maker, the new bosses decided to handle HBO Max releases on a case-by-case basis. So while some movies may still continue to play 45 days after their release, not all will.

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