Just in case you were tired of every streaming service you already use to pass the time right now, HBO Max is almost here. Sorry, but that's not WarnerMedia's modus operandi right now. HBO Max is a brand new streaming service that includes the same content as the company's other two online services, but that's just the start. It's also home to a ton of original shows and movies, as well as plenty of other existing content from throughout WarnerMedia's empire. Mashable's illustrious entertainment team has got you covered with a breakdown of everything coming to HBO Max, as well as trailers for its launch day programming. But you more than likely have some lingering questions about what it'll cost, where to find it, and what level of streaming quality you can expect when it launches on May That's a little more than what Hulu and Disney Plus each charge, but WarnerMedia probably thinks the sheer breadth of its content will sell itself. It's also the same exact monthly fee as HBO Now, making the older service look like a questionable value in comparison. I have great news for anyone concerned about that: HBO Now subscribers get access to Max without any extra charge. And since it has all that same glorious HBO content, as well as oodles of other shows and movies, you might as well just switch to using Max full-time.
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Michael Jackson's This Is It is a American documentary — concert film about Michael Jackson 's rehearsals and preparation for the concert series of the same name scheduled to start on July 13, , but cancelled due to his death eighteen days prior on June The film includes additional behind the scenes footage, including dancer auditions and costume design. The film's director, Kenny Ortega , confirmed that none of the footage was originally intended for release, but after Jackson's death, it was agreed that the film would be made. The film was given a worldwide release and a limited two-week theatrical run from October 28 to November 12, , but the theatrical release was later extended. Tickets went on sale a month early on September 27 to satisfy a high anticipated demand; the film broke numerous pre-sale and box office records. Since the film's confirmation, AEG Live faced criticism, mostly consisting of claims that they had only made the film to make a profit. Multiple members of Jackson's family had confirmed that they did not support the film, and some family members went as far as to try to stop the film agreement in August. The film has also been surrounded by allegations regarding the appearance of body doubles in place of Jackson, which Sony denied, and it faced an outrage from some of Jackson's fans, with some going as far as to start a protest against the film.
Watch the trailer. This film begins with a few of the auditioning dancers speaking to the camera about why they're trying out and what Jackson means to them. Then we plunge into rehearsals at Staples Center in Los Angeles. The film is arranged by musical number with pre-recorded material and footage from Jackson's various rehearsals edited together to take us through what would have been the concert's set list. This was a clear view into the intergral preperation of a concert by a complete genius. I was never a Michael Jackson fan, however, my wife was and since she was desperate to see the film I decided to accompany her. I was astounded. I could not believe this man in the film was the same person that is was always hounded by the press and made to look like the devil. He was by no means weird, ill health, or a drug user. If he was, he masked it very well.