HBO Max hits 12.6 million subscriptions

HBO Max hits 12.6 million subscriptions
As HBO Max prepares for Wonder Woman 1984's Christmas debut and its controversial plans for 2021, AT&T CEO John Stankey revealed that the streaming service went from 8.6 million subscriptions at the end of September to 12.6 million.



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These numbers include cable subscribers who enable the service extended on their accounts, which many of them have yet to do, as do AT&T wireless customers using the app, so it's hard to know exactly how it compares to competitors like Netflix or Disney +.

The executive told investors at a conference that using its service to stream Warner Bros. movies at the same time as they premiere in theaters is a "win-win", which is by no means how the company would describe it. director Christopher Nolan: After calling HBO Max "the worst streaming service", Nolan told The Associated Press that "it's not a good business decision ... it's all a bit of a mess".

His Tenet film hasn't made its streaming debut and will arrive on demand next week. The film's tepid success at the US box office apparently influenced Warner Bros.'s decision on its 2021 film release strategy, as Warner Bros. CEO Ann Sarnoff told CNBC that the film indicated that “The United States is not yet ready to fully reopen and have full fan involvement in theaters. Hence, this new strategy. "

He also said that directors and stars" will be able to share some additional financial aspects of HBO Max ", but did not specify how it will work.

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