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New WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar Apparent Snyder Cut, DC Fan

New WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar Apparent Snyder Cut, DC Fan

The new CEO of WarnerMedia, Jason Kilar, is an apparent “Snyder Cut” and DC fan, which spells good news for those who want Zack’s Justice League version released.

Following the earlier announcement, fans took to Twitter to offer Jason Kilar congratulations and recommended the new CEO release the Snyder Cut.

Fans were quick to point out that Kilar “liked” the tweet.

Earlier also saw a pretend HBO Max Twitter account have fun with fans by teasing the Snyder Cut is getting released on the streaming service for April Fool’s Day.

You can read the official announcement below about Jason Kilar becoming the new CEO of WarnerMedia.

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DC will be a part of HBO Max

Regarding the Snyder Cut, it has been rumored and speculated to be getting an HBO Max release (streaming service launches in May).

Zack did recently reveal he has some of the CGI to finish, so it’s unknown if the Snyder Cut will be ready by May; plus the coronavirus may have delayed things as it has recently been rumored Zack also wants to film a few more scenes.

While we wait on official news for the Snyder Cut, it’s known DC will have a presence on HBO Max as a Green Lantern series has been announced in addition to an Adam Strange series, and an Aquaman animated series is in the works.

J.J. Abrams is also developing the Justice League Dark brand which may end up on HBO Max as well.

There is also a rumor of a potential Brandon Routh Superman series.

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Press Release

Jason Kilar Named CEO of WarnerMedia

Media, entertainment and technology executive Jason Kilar has been named CEO of WarnerMedia, effective May 1. He will report to John Stankey, AT&T’s President and Chief Operating Officer.

Kilar, 48, previously was the founding CEO of Hulu and SVP at Amazon.

“Jason is a dynamic executive with the right skill set to lead WarnerMedia into the future. His experience in media and entertainment, direct-to-consumer video streaming and advertising is the perfect fit for WarnerMedia, and I am excited to have him lead the next chapter of WarnerMedia’s storied success,” said Stankey. “Our team led by Bob Greenblatt, Ann Sarnoff, Gerhard Zeiler and Jeff Zucker has done an amazing job establishing our brands as leaders in the hearts and minds of consumers. Adding Jason to the talented WarnerMedia family as we launch HBO Max in May gives us the right management team to strategically position our leading portfolio of brands, world-class talent and rich library of intellectual property for future growth.”

“In partnership with this world-class team, I’m so excited for the opportunity to lean into the future at WarnerMedia,” said Kilar. “Stories well told have always mattered, and they matter even more in this challenging time for the world. It will be a privilege to invent, create, and serve with so many talented people. May 1st can’t get here soon enough.”

Kilar was CEO of Hulu from its start in 2007 until 2013. He served in several leadership positions at Amazon from 1997 to 2006, including SVP of Worldwide Application Software. Also, Kilar was co-founder & CEO of video streaming service Vessel from 2013 to 2017. Additionally, he served as a board member at DreamWorks Animation (2013-2016) and Univision Communications (2016-2020). He holds a bachelor’s degree (journalism & business) from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; and an MBA from Harvard Business School.