Today is Friday, Dec. 3, 2020. Here’s what you need to know:
Get ready for the big screen to be brought to your home.
Warner Bros. Pictures Group announced all its 2021 movies will be available to stream with “exclusive one month access” on HBO Max in the U.S., although all films will still debut in theaters around the globe. Once that one month period has ended, films will solely be available in theaters.
The hybrid model of distribution was created in response to the global pandemic, with cases in the U.S. continuing to surge.
“This hybrid exhibition model enables us to best support our films, creative partners and moviegoing in general throughout 2021,” Warner Bros. Pictures Group Chairman Toby Emmerich said in a statement.
Warner Bros. Pictures Group films set to hit the silver screen in 2021 include Dune, In The Heights and Matrix 4.
News from The Post:
An Athens County-based company is leading the fight against COVID-19 with its coolers that are able to store any vaccine at the desired temperature. (The Post)
After a draining online semester, students are preparing for a plethora of different final exam formats. (The Post)
Throw on that raincoat today! There’s a 50% chance of rain and cloudy skies in store. The high will be 43 degrees. (Courtesy of Scalia Lab)
You might also want to know…
Former U.S. Presidents Barack Obama, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush all said they would publicly receive a COVID-19 vaccine to urge the public to also get vaccinated. (AP)
Four people died and one was injured in England after an explosion took place at a recycling water plant. (NBC News)
Some regions in California may soon be put on a stay-at-home order due issues with ICU beds capacities. (The Sacramento Bee)