Justice League, Other DC Movies Won't Leave HBO Max In July After All
You now have until December to watch popular DC films, including Justice League, Watchmen, and more.
Parent company WarnerMedia Entertainment has announced an extension to some of HBO Max's popular DC films, which will now stay on the streaming platform until December 2020.
The list includes recent films such as Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Justice League, Suicide Squad, and Wonder Woman. It also features classics like the 1980's Superman franchise, consisting of Superman: The Movie, Superman 2, 3, and 4: The Quest for Peace. Two other films--Superman: Unbound and Watchmen--are being added to HBO Max on July 1 and will remain on the platform until December.
Full List of DC Films Staying On HBO Max
- Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, 2016
- Justice League, 2017
- Suicide Squad, 2016
- Superman: The Movie, 1978
- Superman II, 1980
- Superman III, 1983
- Superman IV: The Quest for Peace, 1987
- Superman: Unbound, 2013
- Watchmen (Movie), 2009
- Wonder Woman, 2017
Many of these films--particularly Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Justice League, and others--were scheduled to leave HBO Max in July, not long after the streaming service launched. They will now sit alongside other DC films like Green Lantern, Joker, and Shazam for at least a little while longer.
Several other films are also being added to HBO Max in July alongside Superman: Unbound and Watchmen. The Blade trilogy will be streaming on the platform, as well as Space Jam, Tenacious D, and others. Additionally, South Park is also streaming on HBO Max, though five episodes of the series have been cut.
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