New York — The backlash over Warner Bros’ plan to release all its movies on the HBO Max streaming service intensified after one of Hollywood’s top directors criticised the move.

Christopher Nolan, who has a long relationship with the studio, criticised the plan in a statement to the Hollywood Reporter, saying the move made “no economic sense” and that “even the most casual Wall Street investor can see the difference between disruption and dysfunction”...

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