Warner Bros and Legendary Pictures controversy that arose between over the release of Godzilla vs Kong is now close to being resolved. Theatrical and streaming service of the film seems to be in agreement between the two production companies. Last year, Warner Bros and Legendary Pictures moved the release date of the Godzilla vs Kong film due to the theaters being closed due to Covid-19.
But on December 4, 2020, Warner Bros surprised the entertainment world by announcing that there upcoming films would be released in theaters and same day on HBO MAX. From then on, there was a tense atmosphere between Warner Bros. Studio and Legendary Picture. According to some reports, after this the Legendary Pictures Company had also taken legal action against Warner Bros. Studios. It was natural for Legendary Pictures to do so because it financed 75% of the film. Godzilla vs Kong has a budget of 200 million. But now there seems to be agreement on any deal between the two, which will allow Godzilla vs Kong to release on HBO MAX with Theaters.
Same Situation With DUNE and other movies
Similar situation with other films, one of them is Dune. Director Denis Villeneuve‘s film Dune has also expressed displeasure over the deal by Warner Bros. Studio and HBO Max. Because the director of Dune film wants his film to be released only in theaters. In this, the film’s actors Timothée Chalamet have also supported him. However, its release date is October 1. Then comes James Gunn‘s Suicide Squad. Then finally Lana Wachowski The Matrix 4 arrives. The Matrix 4 release date is December 22.
Now it will be interesting to see how Warner Bros. Studio overcomes the Legendary Picture for other films.
If everything goes well between Warner Bros Studio and Legendary, then we will see this film on May 21 in theaters and same day on HBO MAX.