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You Now Need A Max Subscription To Stream New A24 Movies

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New A24 movies are now set to stream exclusively on Max, thanks to a new pay-1 deal between A24 and Warner Bros. Discovery. The deal basically means Warner Bros. Discovery’s HBO, Max and Cinemax will first be able to show A24 movies after they leave theaters and complete any initial sale/rental window.

According to the announcement, some of the titles set to become available under the new deal include Sofia Coppola’s Priscilla (starring Jacob Elordi and Cailee Spaeny), Kristoffer Borgli’s Dream Scenario with Nicolas Cage, and Sean Durkin’s The Iron Claw (starring Zac Efron and Jeremy Allen White).

Other movies highlighted as part of the new pay-1 output agreement include Dicks: The Musical, The Zone of Interest, Stop Making Sense, Love Lies Bleeding, and Civil War.

As part of the same announcement, Warner Bros. Discovery confirmed that it had also extended its existing licensing deal with A24, ensuring the company’s existing library of movies will continue to be available on HBO and Max in the future.

Continuing our relationship with A24 to bring award-winning movies alongside recent fan-favorites to subscribers adds incredible value to the HBO and Max value proposition,” said Royce Battleman, EVP, Content Acquisitions, Warner Bros. Discovery. “The diverse range of stories that come from the A24 pipeline make this partnership so impactful for our audience.”

Previously, A24 had a deal in place with Paramount Global’s Showtime. With that deal having come to an end earlier this year, the door was open for the new deal with Warner Bros. Discovery to be agreed.

For A24 fans who had noticed no new movies had premiered on Showtime over the past few months, it might now be time to consider subscribing to Max instead.

John Finn

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