Tenet director Christopher Nolan calls HBO Max ‘worst streaming service’
Top director of Hollywood Industry Christopher Nolan slammed WarnerMedia for its decision to launch their 2021’s slate of Warner Bros movies on their HBO Max streaming service platform on the same day they hit theatres specifically.
Due to their remarks to the entertainment portal Hollywood Director, Nolan said that from this media studio, he had a long time relationship. Besides, “Warner Bros. had one type of incredible machine which can get a filmmaker’s work out in all over the world, means both in theaters and in the home as user wants, and they are also dismantling it as we told. he also told that they don’t even understand what they are losing. Their decision makes no economic sense but the most casual Wall Street investor can easily see the main difference between dysfunction and disruption” Nolan was quoted as saying.
Generally, Hollywood director Nolan is a five-time Oscar nominee and the top director of movies like Inception, Interstellar, and Dunkirk. In addition to a successful tv series Batman he also took the criticism further and said that “Some of our industry’s biggest filmmakers and famous movie stars went to bed before thinking that they were working for the top movie studio and woke up to search about where they were mainly working for the worst streaming service.”
The director who has also worked with the movie studio for around two decades launched their new thriller Tenet which is released in theatres on 3rd September and it’s disappointed the audience in the US, where it reached on $57.6 million and was seen as a factor behind WarnerMedia’s decision, reported by Bloomberg relatively.