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Brad Pitt’s Plan B Strikes First-Look Deal With Warner Bros. That Could Include HBO Max

Brad Pitt’s Plan B Entertainment has signed a first-look feature deal with Warner Bros., which will distribute its films worldwide. The move comes at the tail-end of the company’s previous three-year deal with Annapurna Pictures. Variety reported that Plan B’s deal with Warners represents a doubling-down of the company’s vision to produce substantive, theatrical films …

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What’s Winning the Streaming Wars? CBS All Access Grows, HBO Max Spends, and New Shows Fizzle

War is underway, and battles are being fought every day — for subscribers, of course. The so-called streaming wars are already filled with winners and losers, as shows, networks, and services have been renewed or cancelled, copied or rebranded, expanded or completely shut down, all in the name of Peak TV. But with even more …

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For HBO Max, Diversity Is More Than PC; It’s a Secret Weapon For Success

In 2018, women and people of color directed 58% of HBO’s episodic programming, up from 35% in 2015. Now the network wants to accelerate its diversification by focusing on craftspeople with HBO POV — aka Power of Visibility. HBO launched its award-winning multicultural marketing division more than eight years ago under the leadership of Lucinda …

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‘The Detour’ Deserves a Second Life on HBO Max, Along With Cable’s Other Overlooked Comedies

The peak TV era has seen many tragic casualties, but basic cable comedies may top the list. From (relatively) long-running critical favorites like “You’re the Worst” and “Angie Tribeca” to short-lived gems like “The Comedians” and “Detroiters,” subscription TV networks without a dedicated streaming component have struggled to turn quality programs into award-winning, buzzy, or …