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Here’s a matchup you won’t see in the comics – Harley Quinn smacking down Shaggy and Velma, assisted by LeBron James.

It’s a scene that’s only possible when you’re Warner Bros. Discovery and possess a gold mine of classic animated characters to create a lineup for the new partnership’s latest fighting game, “MultiVersus,” which just hit 10.3 million players across all platforms after its July 19 release.

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Television’s streaming revolution is starting to look like a rerun.

At the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills on Wednesday, media executives deliberated over the future of online streaming, the disruptive technology that has changed the way content is distributed and consumed. But some of those changes, it turns out, may not be so transformative; from the reemergence of commercials to bundled subscriptions, the future of TV may end up looking a lot like its past.

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The pandemic-era trend of Hollywood studios releasing new blockbusters on streaming apps has sparked yet another lawsuit—this time against Warner Bros. and its rollout of the new “Matrix” sequel.

Village Roadshow Entertainment Group, co-producer of “The Matrix Resurrections,” sued Warner Bros. in Los Angeles Superior Court on Monday, claiming breach of contract over the studio’s move to release the film simultaneously on HBO Max and in movie theaters.

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