Christopher Nolan: The First Casualty of Warner Bros Dual Release Strategy?

And I suspect not the last. Christopher Nolan’s Tenet was released in 2020 to high expectations, after all he not only made Batman viable again – after Joel Schumacher ran the franchise to the ground – but directed tentpoles like Inception (2010) and Dunkirk (2017) for the studio (Inception (2014) was released via Warner Bros […]

It’s About Time

Apparently Scarlett Johansson is suing The Walt Disney Company over the two-pronged release of Black Widow on Disney+ and in theaters. It’s about time someone took a stand on this issue because I don’t think it’s in dispute that making titles available via streaming at the same time they’re released in theaters, it’s the theaters […]