More DC-Based Movies To Be Offered in Streaming Services By Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara Soon?
Kevin Tsujihara, the chief of Warner Bros. expresses his delight for the need to double their production for a possible streaming service to be launched soon. Netflix's partnership with Disney allows Warner Bros. to be leading in the streaming arena with shows like "Star Wars" and "Marvel" movies hitting online.
"Captain America: Civil War" solely announced their streaming offering for Christmas, but Warner Bros. and DC is prepared to get a big slice of the pie. Despite not sealing the deal yet, fans are excited to have access to Batman and Superman old catalogs on top of current DC movies on the web, according to Outer Spaces.
Tsujihara disclosed that talks with Credit Suisse Technology, a Media & Telecom Conference in Scottsdale, Ariz might make that happen. Just imagine the Harry Potter line up, not to mention LEGO movies that can be viewed at any time in your convenience for as long as you have the subscription.
The Warner Bros. head explained that it is very important to have the online presence for the big franchises because it is not only the trend now but the lifestyle of the viewing public. They need to provide that outlet to compete and excel in the changing world.
He also observed that it's the big franchises that are breaking through in the online market. They can't miss that opportunity even if they end up competing directly with partners like Netflix. It is just how people can gain quality viewing materials at home when movie companies are trying to do their best because of the competition.
Tsujihara stressed that no such accomplishment in that area yet after working so hard over the last 12 months to get a deal. However, when there's smoke, there will surely be fire so it will not be surprising if Warner Bros. online offering will be a blast soon. It's just a matter of time, Comic Book Movie noted.