HBO Max's total activations doubled in the midst of the service releasing megabudget movie WW84 to stream the same day it hit theaters.
A scaled-back media presence at CES will feature the head of Warner Bros., which plans to release all new movies this year on HBO Max and in theaters on the same day.
Pay $70 and you'll be able to watch Friends, Wonder Woman 1984 and lots more, all the way till May.
Rokus are among the most popular streaming devices in the US, but those boxes, sticks and TVs haven't supported HBO Max's app since its launch in May. That changed Thursday.
But movies like Wonder Woman 1984, Dune and Matrix 4 going straight to streaming on HBO Max don't change the dynamics of the Roku talks, the service's top product executive says.
The new movies will be available on Max at no added cost for one month, making the release plan for Wonder Woman 1984 -- streaming on Max on Dec. 25 -- the norm for all Warner Bros. movies next year.
Don't bother waiting to sign up for HBO Max to watch Wonder Woman 1984 with a free trial -- the trials don't exist anymore.
At Fandango Now, get J. J. Abrams' Star Trek trilogy for $25 or apparate all eight Harry Potter films for $70.
Device makers and streaming services are battling each other over money and control -- and they're sticking you in the middle.
HBO Max finally has Amazon Fire TV support, but Roku still doesn't.
AT&T's latest figures for the newer, bigger streaming service from HBO contrast with the more than 10 million signups Disney Plus scored in little more than 24 hours at launch.
HBO Max needs to get more people to sign up for HBO Max who already qualify for an upgrade to the newer, bigger streaming app through their pay TV provider, parent company AT&T says.