Brad Pitt’s Plan B Strikes First-Look Deal With Warner Bros. That Could Include HBO Max

Brad Pitt’s Plan B Entertainment has signed a first-look feature deal with Warner Bros., which will distribute its films worldwide.

The move comes at the tail-end of the company’s previous three-year deal with Annapurna Pictures.Variety reported that Plan B’s deal with Warners represents a doubling-down of the company’s vision to produce substantive, theatrical films from top filmmakers.

But producing films for Warner Bros.’ corporate sibling HBO Max might not be out of the question.More from IndieWireWhen Quentin Tarantino First Tried to Direct Brad Pitt’s Shirtless ‘Hollywood’ Scene He Failed MiserablyWarner Bros.

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