HBO Launches The Batman on April 2022
WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar has recently revealed the new HBO plans regarding the launch of the new Batman and other titles of the brand. He said that the theatrical window will be back, but it won’t be as long as in 2016-2018. Read on for more details.
Goodbye, Day-to-Day Model!
If you planned to watch the new Batman on the day of its theatrical release, you will be upset. According to Kilar, the day-to-day release model will be terminated on December 31, 2021. The good news is that the new theatrical window would be much shorter than it used to be in the pre-pandemic years. This time, the new Batman and other 2022 shows will go live on HBO Max on the 46th day after the theatrical release. Considering this update, The Batman will come to movie theatres on March 4, 2022, and on April 19 on HBO Max.
The bad news is that Kilar is soon leaving his current position in the company due to the WarnerDiscovery merger that is planned for Q1 2022. The merger has been already approved by the EU and waits for the green light from the US government.
If you still don’t know the great cast of the upcoming movie, here it is:
Rober Pattinson as the Batman himself;
Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman;
Paul Dano as The Riddler;
Collin Farrel as The Penguin;
John Turturro as Carmine Falcone;
Andy Serkis as Alfred Pennyworth;
Jeffrey Wright as James Gordon.
Waiting for It?
Are you anticipating the new movie about Batman as much as we do? Judging by the trailer it’s going to be something brand new and memorable for all the fans of the legendary DC universe. How do you feel about the new theatrical window, by the way? Is this return to the old rules good for the industry or not? You can tell us what you think in the comments and share this announcement with friends on social networks.
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