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Brenda Watkins
January 27, 2021

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AT&T claims the hybrid release of "Wonder Woman 1984" over Christmas helped HBO Max double its activations to 17.2 million in the fourth quarter of 2020, which could bode well for the streamer as "Wonder Woman 1984" was just the beginning of its controversial HBO Max release model. Although said trailer hides more than meets the eye; And there are many fans who have shared various theories about the possibility that the real villain of the film is nothing more and nothing less than MechaGodzilla, something that the trailer itself could hint at in several scenes.

You get to see a glimpse of Timothee Chalamet who will be seen in the film titled Dune.

Although it's still surprising that Warner Bros.' decided release its entire 2021 slate in theaters and on HBO Max simultaneously, it's hard not to be excited for James Gunn's The Suicide Squad.

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Towards the end, Idris Elba (as Bloodsport) and John Cena (Peacemaker) can be seen squaring up in The Suicide Squad as the former growls "No-one likes a show-off", before the latter hits back "Unless what they're showing off is dope as f". Ooh, looks like the supervillains are going to stir up loads of trouble!

The remainder of its line-up is as follows: The Little Things, Judas and the Black Messiah, Tom & Jerry: The Movie, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, In the Heights, Cry Macho, King Richard, Space Jam: A New Legacy, Malignant and The Matrix 4. And it could be similar for all the movies announced in the trailer. Whilst it is brief, this footage is a nice first look and hopefully, we will get a trailer in the next few weeks, especially as the movie releases in April.

The 2021 sizzle also includes plenty of previously-seen footage from Denis Villeneuve's "Dune", which means the tentpole is still heading to HBO Max despite criticism from Villeneuve himself over the decision. Is that the confirmed title? THR reported earlier this month "Matrix" filmmaker Lana Wachowski was also upset with the move of her film to HBO Max. Are you excited to watch the team return on HBO Max?

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