Warner Bros. is going to fill HBO Max with a lot of new films throughout 2021, and it looks like the schedule will keep us hopping every month.
On Thursday it was announced that every Warner Bros movie in 2021 will debut on HBO Max and in theaters on the same day. The plan has been clarified a bit now and the films will be on HBO Max for 31 days before moving exclusively to movie theaters for the following 31 days.
This is what the schedule looks like at this point, but do keep in mind any of these dates could be changed.
- Mortal Kombat – Jan. 21
- The Little Things – Jan. 29
- Tom and Jerry – March 5
- The Many Saints of Newark – March 12
- Reminiscence – April 16
- Godzilla Vs. Kong – May 21
- The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It – June 4
- In the Heights – June 18
- Space Jam: A New Legacy – July 16
- The Suicide Squad – Aug. 6
- Dune – Oct. 1
- Elvis – Nov. 5
- King Richard – Nov. 19
- Matrix 4 – Dec. 22
- Judas and the Black Messiah – TBA
- Malignant – TBA
- Those Who Wish Me Dead – TBA
Also worth noting that WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar has said that the release date for Zack Snyder’s Justice League will be announced in the next few months, so you can expect that to be added to this busy lineup. This schedule just represents the theatrical films that will be coming to the service, so there is going to be even more content coming to the service in the coming year. (Like a certain Peacemaker series)
Everything will kick off with Wonder Woman 1984 on Dec. 25.