As the COVID-19 epidemic, while vaccines continue worldwide, people are now reaching a time of reflection. The one-year anniversary of the declaration of the COVID-19 epidemic coincided with March 2021, when the lockout began in the lives of people around the world last year.
One of the biggest reflections shared by the public is the way people have adjusted the restrictions imposed by the epidemic.
For some, the epidemic did not change lives much, as those who switched to using their home computers to use their office, and other essential employees continued to do their work with masks (With no increase in salary) Belongs to. However, this was not the case for those more severely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
For many people around the world, “adjustment” is a sugar-coated term to describe their life changes compared to the previous year. Millions lost their jobs, their passions and the lives of friends and family.
The entire industry shattered like music surviving from the COVID-19 pandemic, and people working in those industries were forced to find new avenues to get into the world of COVID.
Another industry was shaken by the epidemic, of course, the film industry. However, some adjustments were made, such as AMC leasing its theaters to smaller parties and Uptick in drive-in theater Protection to keep the industry alive during difficult times.
One of the most drastic changes in the industry came when Warner Bros. announced that 2021 films would be released on HBO Max in 2021, when they would hit any open theater in 2021.
In theaters and streaming
Warner Bros. announced in late 2020 that they would release their films next year via HBO Max – the first-long-awaited Wonder Woman 1984 Which came to us on Christmas just before 2021.
Listeners took advantage of watching new Warner Bros. movies. For the time allotted on HBO Max, the company allowed them to stream with release dates. However, all things Warner Bros. are about to change.
Polygon This week’s report Warner Bros. stopped watching their new films on HBO Max with a theatrical release in 2022. In addition, Warner Bros. signed an agreement with the owner of Regal Cinema and ensured that their films would run in theaters for at least forty-five days. Before they are available anywhere for the stream (Legally) Belongs to.
In addition to the exclusive new deal, Regal Cinemas will feature Warner Bros. 2021 on its list of films with their 2022 release in the coming year. The change in the Warner Bros. release has left viewers wondering what has caused such a major change in the company’s policies.
We can only imagine Warner Bros. when they stop releasing their films on HBO Max as a result of a nationwide vaccine rollout, indicating a drop in the risk of spreading coronovirus in movie theaters in 2022.
The change comes with other examples of a restriction across the United States, underlined by events such as the 2021 Super Bowl filled at the stadium and concerts planned for the upcoming summer.
Despite the seeming sign that theaters will be filling up in 2022, it is difficult to say what will happen to the growing uncertainty of the COVID-19 epidemic, as variants of the virus are included in the news with each passing day.
Others wonder when HBO Max drops Warner Bros. movies, the streaming giant will take a hit from the lack of viewers. It’s hard to say how much HBO Max would be affected by Warner’s Bros. new policy, but we can only imagine that HBO Max would be fine without Warner Bros. New Movies – The platform still holds exclusive rights to some of the most loved ones. Including tv series game of Thrones And Done by.