The video includes scenes from the remake of the SF epic Dune, which should have been released in cinemas last year. But as with so many other Hollywood productions, the corona pandemic and the associated effects thwarted the bill.
Furthermore, you can take a quick look at the reboot of Mortal Kombat, which is based on the fight game series of the same name and brings some characters known from it to the screen. There are also first scenes from The Suicide Squad to see, the new attempt to successfully pack the villain troupe into a film format. Almost all of the actors in the first film are returning in their roles – including Margot Robbie as Harly Quinn. On the other hand, Idris Elba is new as Bloodsport.
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In the trailer you will also find excerpts from other blockbusters such as The Matrix 4, The Conjuring 3 and the animation-live-action mix Space Jam: A New Legacy with LeBron James in the lead role. Even the Sopranos prequel My Many Saints of Newark is part of it.
The great feature of the Warner films this year: They all appear on the same day both in the cinema (if they are open) and exclusively on the streaming service HBO Max. In this way, Warner wants the film business that has been idle for many months again and, above all, forego further postponements. In total, this plan includes 17 productions that will appear later this year. In this country, however, HBO Max is not yet available. Warner wants to bring the service to Europe this year – but without including Germany.
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