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HBO Max Warner Bros. 2021 movie release schedule

Watch big blockbusters from the comfort of your living room.

There are plenty of reasons to subscribe to HBO Max, including a solid library of TV shows and films and an appealing user interface. However, Warner Bros. gave movie buffs an extra incentive to sign up when they announced that all of their 2021 movies would be released in cinemas and on HBO Max at the same time.

That means you can stream big blockbusters from the comfort of your home on the same day they open in theaters.

The experiment seems to be successful so far, with Wonder Woman 1984, the new Tom & Jerry and the Oscar-nominated Judas and the Black Messiah proving to be big hits for the streaming service. Rest assured – HBO Max has plenty in store for the remainder of 2021.

Upcoming Warner Bros. movies to premiere on HBO Max

Here’s the complete list of upcoming 2021 Warner Bros. movies that will be available on HBO Max on the same day they open in cinemas.

  • Godzilla vs. Kong – March 31
  • Mortal Kombat – April 16
  • Those Who Wish Me Dead – May 14
  • 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 – August 6
  • Reminiscence – September 3
  • Malignant – September 10
  • The Many Saints of Newark – September 24
  • Dune – October 1
  • Cry Macho – October 22
  • King Richard – November 19
  • The Matrix 4 – December 22

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Note: These dates are accurate at the time of writing, but they are subject to change at any time throughout the year.

Do I need to pay extra to watch these movies?

No! Unlike Disney+, which started to offer theatrical releases for an extra fee through Premier Access, these Warner Bros. movies will be available as part of your existing HBO Max subscription. The only catch? You’ll only be able to stream them for a month (31 days) before they disappear.

What else can I watch on HBO Max?

A lot. You can check out iconic HBO series like The Sopranos, Game of Thrones, Sex and the City, Westworld and more. You can stream HBO Max original productions like The Flight Attendant or Zack Snyder’s Justice League. You can relax with crowd-pleasers like Friends and The Big Bang Theory. Or, you can enjoy a wide library of movies, from classics like Casablanca to more recent releases like Ready Player One.

How much does HBO Max cost?

An HBO Max subscription will set you back $14.99/month. Unfortunately HBO Max is not currently offering a free trial, but you can watch a selection of TV episodes for free, without signing up.

To do so, go to the HBO Max website and scroll down to the footer, then select Free Episodes. You’ll see a wide selection of titles to choose from, but usually only the series premiere is available to stream for free.

HBO Max announced that it will launch a more affordable, ad-supporter tier in June 2021. However, there’s no news on how much the plan will cost and it won’t give you access to the Warner Bros. movies listed above. To get to watch blockbusters from your living room listed above, you’ll still need to splurge for the $14.99/month plan.

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