Get A Sneak Peek At Mortal Kombat, Space Jam, And Suicide Squad Movies In HBO Max Sizzle Reel

A new video for HBO Max reveals the first footage of some of WB's anticipated 2021 films.

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2021 will be a year like none other for film giant Warner Bros., which is releasing all of its movies both in cinemas and through its streaming service HBO Max. There are a lot of films coming, and the company has now released a sizzle reel of sorts highlighting them.

The video is of particular interest because it showcases what appears to be the very first footage of the Mortal Kombat movie, along with new scenes from The Suicide Squad and the new Space Jam film starring LeBron James.

Some of the other movies featured with new footage or at least mentioned in the video include Dune, The Little Things, Judas and the Black Messiah, Those Who Wish Me Dead, Tom & Jerry, Godzilla vs. Kong, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, In the Heights, Reminiscence, Cry Macho, King Richard, Malignant, The Many Saints of Newark, and The Matrix 4.

These movies will be available to stream on HBO Max in the US on the same day they are released in theatres. The films will remain on HBO Max for a period of 31 days.

HBO Max recently doubled its number of subscribers, and this figure is expected to grow even bigger in 2021 as more and more people subscribe--or convert their standard HBO subscriptions--when these films are released.

The first of the bunch is The Little Things, which releases on January 29. Oscar-winners Denzel Washington and Rami Malek star in the film about catching a serial killer played by Jared Leto.

Even if you don't want to watch these films, HBO Max continues to add to its impressive catalog of films. In February, the platform will introduce Blade Runner 2049, a series of Batman films, all of the Saw movies, and all three Austin Powers movies. Check out GameSpot's new to HBO Max roundup to see all the movies headed to the platform in February.

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