Christopher Nolan to Part Ways with Warner Bros. After Tenet Issues and HBO Max Deal?

Christopher Nolan to Part Ways with Warner Bros. After Tenet Issues and HBO Max Deal?
Christopher Nolan and Warner Bros. are reportedly not working together anymore. For nearly 2 decades, Christopher Nolan and the studio have churned out some major hits. However, it appears that their relationship is coming to an end after a tumultuous 2020. Nolan's Tenet was supposed to open in theaters in July, but the public health crisis caused some delays, which the director and studio tried to avoid. Nolan wanted the movie to be the one that got people back into theaters after the pandemic.

It's now January 2021 and the pandemic is still in full swing and movie theaters in North America are largely still closed. To combat this, Warner Bros. surprised everybody, including their partners when they announced their hybrid release strategy for 2021. They decided to make all of their upcoming movies available in theaters and HBO Max on the same day, which did not sit well with a number of filmmakers,
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