Warner Bros has released a new teaser for its 2021 release slate featuring new looks at The Suicide Squad, Mortal Kombat, Dune, and more…
Despite the fury that continues surrounding Warner Bros. and its plan to release its entire 2021 cinematic output theatrically and on HBO MAX simultaneously. The company has pressed on regardless and has today dropped a trailer for its upcoming content giving us fresh looks at what they have to offer.
Big-screen offerings such as ‘Tom And Jerry: The Movie‘, ‘Dune‘, ‘Matrix‘, ‘Mortal Kombat‘, the ‘Space Jam‘ sequel and ‘The Suicide Squad‘ have all had new scenes and footage dropped within the 100 seconds long trailer. Giving us more reason to hope that the vaccines for COVID-19 will allow us to return to theatres and see them where they belong. Let’s take a look:
Everyone knows that I can’t wait for ‘The Suicide Squad‘ to hit the screens. Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn? I’m there! But there is so much content that should be coming our way during the year from the studio that we shouldn’t fail to be entertained. And with fare such as ‘Tom And Jerry: The Movie‘ (my favorite cartoon duo) due to arrive shortly, we could be in for an enjoyable cinematic year from Warner’s.
Of course, nothing is guaranteed at this time and as the trailer rightly proclaims at the end, all release dates are subject to change. But we can hope that we will finally be able to return to theatres and watch entertaining and enjoyable content that we need to help alleviate the situation we find ourselves in. I for one cannot wait to return to the silver screen and to enjoy the latest movies therein. With what Warner Bros. has in store for us, our desire to be entertained could yet be fulfilled.
Source: Warner Bros.
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