Christopher Nolan Reportedly Breaking Up With Warner Bros. After HBO Max Debacle

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It’s being reported that the working relationship between Christopher Nolan and Warner Bros. Pictures has come to an end. Yep, they’re breaking up, and it all has to do with Warner Bros’ decision to release all their 2021 blockbusters on HBO Max at the same time as in cinemas.

It’s also being reported that Nolan was not happy with the way Warner Bros. Pictures handled his most recent movie, Tenet. This news comes to us from The Wall Street Journal, who are claiming that Nolan in “unlikely” to ever direct a movie for Warner Bros. Pictures again.

This all comes after Christopher Nolan was not happy with Warner Bros. Pictures for deciding to release all their 2021 blockbusters on HBO Max and in cinemas at the same time. He ended up calling HBO Max the “worst streaming service”.

Christopher Nolan and Warner Bros. Pictures are reportedly breaking up

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Here’s what Christopher Nolan had to say about Warner Bros. Pictures’ decision to put all their 2021 blockbusters on HBO Max:

Some of our industry’s biggest filmmakers and most important movie stars went to bed the night before thinking they were working for the greatest movie studio and woke up to find out they were working for the worst streaming service

Christopher Nolan then went on to add the following:

Warner Bros. had an incredible machine for getting a filmmaker’s work out everywhere, both in theatres and in the home, and they are dismantling it as we speak. They don’t even understand what they’re losing. Their decision makes no economic sense, and even the most casual Wall Street investor can see the difference between disruption and dysfunction.

What do you make of this news? Are you sad to hear that Christopher Nolan might not direct another movie for Warner Bros. Pictures? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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