‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ stars LeBron James and the Looney Tunes in a new family adventure – you can watch the movie on HBO Max starting July 16

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“Space Jam: A New Legacy” stars LeBron James and the Looney Tunes.

  • “Space Jam: A New Legacy” will premiere on HBO Max and in theaters on July 16.
  • NBA icon LeBron James and the Looney Tunes star in this sequel to the 1997 family film.
  • You need the ad-free HBO Max plan ($15/month) to stream new theatrical releases like “Space Jam 2.”

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Nearly 25 years after the original “Space Jam” debuted, a sequel is finally arriving in theaters and on HBO Max. The new movie, titled “Space Jam: A New Legacy,” premieres on July 16. You can stream it for one month at no extra cost with HBO Max’s ad-free plan ($15/month).

The original movie starred basketball legend Michael Jordan, but the sequel features current NBA icon LeBron James as its new lead. In “Space Jam: A New Legacy,” James teams up with Warner Bros’ Looney Tunes characters for a basketball game against a group of digitized stars nicknamed the Goon Squad. The fate of James’ son, played by actor Cedric Joe, and the Looney Tunes themselves, will be decided by the outcome of the game.

Much like the original “Space Jam,” the Goon Squad characters are inspired by real NBA and WNBA players, including Damian Lillard, Anthony Davis, Diana Taurasi, and Nneka Ogwumike. “Space Jam: A New Legacy” also stars Don Cheadle, Khris Davis, and Sonequa Martin-Green.

Where to watch ‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’

“Space Jam: A New Legacy” will premiere in theaters and on HBO Max on July 16. To watch the movie at home, you’ll need the ad-free HBO Max plan. “Space Jam: A New Legacy” will be available to stream until August 17.

The HBO Max ad-free plan costs $15 a month for on-demand access to thousands of movies and TV shows. A cheaper, ad-supported plan is available for $10 a month, but it doesn’t include Warner’s theatrical releases.

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You can watch HBO Max using the dedicated app on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple devices, Android, Xbox, PlayStation, Chromecast, and most smart TVs. You can also visit HBOMax.com to stream via your computer browser.

“Space Jam: A New Legacy” will be available to stream in 4K with support for Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, and HDR10 formats on compatible devices.

What else is coming to HBO Max?

Warner Bros. will continue to bring its new theatrical releases to HBO Max throughout 2021. “The Suicide Squad” will arrive on August 6 while “The Many Saints of Newark,” a prequel film to HBO’s “The Sopranos,” will be released on October 1. “Malignant,” a new horror movie by “The Conjuring” producer James Wan, is due out in September.

The service is also home to several original series, including a brand-new reboot of “Gossip Girl.”

You can find more details on HBO Max in our full HBO Max guide and our HBO Max review.

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‘In the Heights’ underwhelmed at the box office, but new data suggests it’s not HBO Max’s fault

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“In the Heights.”

  • “In the Heights” underwhelmed at the domestic box office over the weekend with $11 million.
  • But data suggests it also underperformed on HBO Max compared to other Warner Bros. movies this year.
  • That means a low theatrical turnout isn’t necessarily streaming’s fault, in this case.
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“In the Heights,” the new movie based on the musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda, underwhelmed at the US box office over the weekend with $11.4 million.

Its haul was below projections that placed it closer to $20 million, and it failed to top “A Quiet Place Part II,” which has been in theaters for two weeks.

The Warner Bros. film, which was directed by “Crazy Rich Asians” filmmaker Jon M. Chu, was released simultaneously on the WarnerMedia streaming service HBO Max over the weekend, as are all of Warner Bros.’ films this year.

But data suggests that it’s not Max’s fault that the movie disappointed at the box office. It also underperformed on the streaming service compared to other new Warner Bros. movies.

693,000 US households watched at least five minutes of “In the Heights” on HBO Max over the weekend via connected TVs, according to estimates from the analytics company Samba TV. Samba TV tracks viewership on connected TVs, which include smart TVs, streaming devices like Roku, and gaming consoles (WarnerMedia declined to provide viewership numbers for “In the Heights.”)

Other Warner Bros. releases this year, which have performed better at the box office than “In the Heights” in their opening weekends, also drove more viewership on Max, according to Samba TV data. It suggests that streaming viewership doesn’t necessarily cannibalize theatrical attendance.

Here are four Warner Bros. movies this year that debuted in theaters and on Max simultaneously, and how their opening weekends compared on Max (via Samba TV estimates) and at the box office in the US:

  • “Mortal Kombat” – 3.8 million households on Max / $23.3 million at box office
  • “Godzilla vs. Kong” – 3.6 million households on Max (five-day weekend) / $48.5 million at box office (five days)
  • “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It” – 1.6 million households on Max $24 million at box office
  • “Tom and Jerry” – 1.2 million households on Max / $14.1 million at box office

Warner Bros. head of domestic distribution Jeff Goldstein also implied “In the Heights” had underperformed relative to other releases in comments to the Associated Press on Sunday.

“Our experience, which is backed up on ‘In the Heights,’ is that if the movie hits a high level in theaters, it hits a high level on the service,” Goldstein said. “If it hits a low level in theaters, it hits a low level on HBO Max. They’re really very comparable.”

While “In the Heights” didn’t attract as big an audience in its debut as other Warner Bros. releases this year, it’s been a hit with critics and has a 97% Rotten Tomatoes critic score. Viewers who did see the movie also seemed to love it; it has a 95% Rotten Tomatoes audience score and an A from CinemaScore, which surveys theatrical audiences on a movie’s opening night. That means the movie could pick up steam from word-of-mouth buzz.

Warner Bros. has largely dominated the box office so far this year despite its movies also streaming, and “In the Heights” seems to be an exception.

The box office could look more balanced as more studios release delayed tentpole films this summer, though, including Disney’s “Black Widow” and Universal’s “Fast and Furious 9.”

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What advertisers are saying about HBO Max’s new ad-supported tier

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“Wonder Woman 1984” debuts on HBO Max and in theaters on December 25.

Advertisers rate HBO Max’s ad-supported tier

The streaming services are in a race for subscribers, and WarnerMedia is counting on a new lower-cost, ad-supported tier to drive signups for HBO Max, which is among the more pricey of the streaming services.

But as Lindsay Rittenhouse and Patrick Coffee report, HBO Max is getting some blowback from advertisers who complain the rate is twice that of other leading streamers.

Those high ad prices could limit its revenue growth – but since the product is new, prices can change during negotiations, and WarnerMedia is already thinking of lowering its rates for larger ad buys, sources said.

Read the article: WarnerMedia is pitching an ad-supported HBO Max tier, but some advertisers say the rates are too expensive and are skeptical of the value


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Barbara Bates, global CEO of Hotwire

A new PR rival emerges

PR has been a sleepy cousin of advertising, but investors and marketing companies are discovering newfound value in the industry.

Sean Czarnecki took a look at how one of them, Australian holding company Enero, is plotting an expansion to double its PR business through its flagship PR agency, Hotwire.

Enero is a fraction of the size of the big ad holding companies like WPP, Omnicom, and Interpublic Group, but it hopes to steal market share from their PR agencies.

Hiring tech-focused staff is hard, though, and other small to mid-sized players are equally eyeing expansion.

Read the rest: Marketing services group Enero just tapped a top exec to hunt for PR acquisitions as it tries to grab share from holding companies like WPP and Omnicom


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Jonathan Nelson, executive chairman of Providence Equity

What’s next for Hollywood

The media industry is being upended by mega-deals, from Warner Bros. Discovery to Amazon buying MGM.

Legendary media investor Jonathan Nelson broke them down in a conversation with Claire Atkinson and laid out where he’s placing his bets these days.

Nelson explained why he thinks Hollywood is over, how the Amazon deal was a game-changer, and why WarnerMedia’s Jason Kilar’s controversial decision to release movies straight to streaming actually made sense.

Read the full story: A legendary media investor who was an early Hulu backer shares where he’s placing his next big bets and why he thinks Hollywood is over


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Facebook’s Trump ban will last at least 2 years

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Facebook says Donald Trump’s suspension will last at least 2 years, but can be lifted if there is no ‘serious risk to public safety’

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Jonathan Nelson, executive chairman of Providence Equity

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‘The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It,’ the latest movie in the blockbuster horror series, is now streaming on HBO Max

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Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson return as Lorraine and Ed Warren in “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It.”

  • “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It” hit theaters and HBO Max on June 4.
  • Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga star in this supernatural thriller based on a real murder trial.
  • The movie will be available to stream until July 5; HBO Max members need the ad-free plan to watch.

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“The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It” premiered in theaters and on HBO Max on June 4. The film is the latest Warner Bros. movie available for streaming the same day it arrives on the big screen.

Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga star as paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren in the movie, which is based on the real-life murder trial of Arne Cheyenne Johnson. The Warrens claimed that Johnson was possessed by a demon during the exorcism of a young boy, which drove him to kill his landlord several months later.

“The Devil Made Me Do It” is the newest movie in The Conjuring Universe, a series of films based on the Warrens’ career case files. The franchise also includes “The Nun,” “The Curse of La Llorona,” and three “Annabelle” films. The first two films in “The Conjuring” series are among the highest grossing horror movies of all time, and have garnered critical acclaim as well.

Where to watch ‘The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It’

“The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It” is now available on HBO Max for a limited time. Subscribers to the ad-free plan can stream the movie through July 4.

HBO Max costs $15 a month for ad-free access to thousands of movies and TV shows, along with every Warner Bros. theatrical release for 2021. A cheaper, ad-supported plan is available for $10 a month, but it doesn’t include Warner’s theatrical releases.

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You can watch HBO Max using the dedicated app on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple devices, Android, Xbox, PlayStation, and most smart TVs. You can also visit HBOMax.com to stream via your computer browser. “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It” is available to stream in 4K with support for Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, and HDR10 formats.

Where to stream The Conjuring Universe

There are eight films in The Conjuring Universe so far, and they’re all currently available to watch on HBO Max. Below you can find a full list of The Conjuring Universe movies and where to watch them.

What else is coming to HBO Max?

Warner Bros. will continue to bring its new theatrical releases to HBO Max throughout 2021. “Those Who Wish Me Dead” starring Angelina Jolie is streaming now and “In the Heights” from “Hamilton” creator Lin Manuel Miranda is due out June 10.

The kid-friendly “Space Jam: A New Legacy,” starring LeBron James and the Looney Tunes, is scheduled to hit HBO Max on July 16, followed by “Suicide Squad” on August 6. “Malignant,” a new horror movie by “The Conjuring” producer James Wan, is due out in September.

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Handicapping Hollywood’s new power players

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David Zaslav, chief executive officer of Discovery Communications.

Hollywood’s new power players

The planned Discovery-WarnerMedia merger now has a name (“Warner Bros. Discovery”), even if it’s not set to close for another year.

Still, talk is rampant about who will help David Zaslav run the entertainment behemoth.

Much has been made of Zaslav’s history as a cost-cutter and who’ll be at risk from plans to find $3 billion in synergies.

But Hollywood insiders told Claire Atkinson and Ashley Rodriguez they expect the proposed company to prioritize restoring Warner Bros.’ past glory and nurturing its relationships within the industry, after the once-creator friendly studio damaged some of its relationships under AT&T’s reign, particularly when WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar shook up the theatrical release schedule.

See what insiders think about who could be in the hot seat – and who Zaslav could eye to replace them.

Read the rest here: Insiders are speculating about the future of these 9 key execs at Discovery-WarnerMedia


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A view of the OpenX coffee bar at Advertising Week 2015 in New York City.

Adtech’s next deal?

Lara O’Reilly got a scoop that OpenX, which helps publishers and developers sell online ads, is looking for a buyer.

The pandemic downturn wasn’t kind to advertising-reliant companies. OpenX laid off, furloughed, or cut hours for 15% of its staff in April 2020.

But adtech stocks have soared as those companies have benefitted from the rise of streaming TV and online shopping, attracting private equity investment in particular.

Some are asking how long the good times will last. Google and Facebook still dominate the digital ad market; adtech is largely commoditized; and a new privacy era could challenge many adtech companies’ core business of helping target ads at people.

Read the rest: Adtech company OpenX is exploring a possible sale, sources say


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Flight attendants they have gotten sick less due to pandemic-era cleaning protocols.

How agencies are approaching travel

After a crushing 2020, ad agencies are hiring again as clients start spending.

It’s a welcome sign for an industry that shed nearly 50,000 jobs last year as clients slashed spending.

But after working remotely for a year, some have mixed feelings about going back to the way things were, especially when it comes to in-person client meetings, Lindsay Rittenhouse reports.

Advertising is a relationship-based business where weekly flights used to be the norm, but many have gotten used to more flexible schedules.

It’ll be interesting to see to what extent the industry accepts that a lot of the work that used to be done in person can be done remotely – or if the pressure to show up will prevail.

Read the rest: Marketers are seeking facetime with their agencies again, but some ad execs don’t want to return to crazy pre-pandemic travel schedules


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That’s it for today. Thanks for reading, and see you next week!

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OpenX is exploring a sale

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A view of the OpenX coffee bar at Advertising Week 2015 in New York City.

Adtech company OpenX is exploring a possible sale, sources say

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President and CEO, Discovery David Zaslav.

Insiders are speculating about the future of all these key execs at Discovery-WarnerMedia

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Here are the 12 fastest-growing food DTC brands, according to SimilarWeb traffic data for January to April

  • Many direct-to-consumer food brands got a boost from the pandemic as consumers ate more at home.
  • SimilarWeb tracked the 12 fastest-growing DTC food brands from January through April, according to monthly traffic growth.
  • They include companies like Lettuce Grow that sells at-home planters and alcohol-free craft beer brewer Athletic Brewing.

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MGM deal throws other Hollywood giants in the spotlight

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5 Hollywood giants that Big Tech could snap up next in the wake of Amazon’s MGM deal

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Sarah Lyons.

A top HBO Max product exec on launching ads, expanding internationally, and keeping focused as the Discovery merger looms

  • 2021 is set to be a big year for HBO Max, which is planning an ad-supported tier and international rollout.
  • Ashley Rodriguez talked to HBO Max product exec Sarah Lyons after WarnerMedia and Discovery’s merger news.
  • She talked about building HBO Max’s new ad-supported and international experiences.

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Marketers are seeking facetime with their agencies again, but some ad execs are resistant to going back to crazy pre-pandemic travel schedules

  • Ad execs are starting to travel again as clients seek facetime with their agencies, they tell Lindsay Rittenhouse.
  • Some agencies are prepared to push back if asked to resume hectic pre-pandemic travel schedules.
  • But habits are hard to break, and agencies that don’t show up in person may be at risk of losing the business.

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‘The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It,’ the latest movie in the blockbuster horror series, will hit HBO Max on June 4

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Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson return as Lorraine and Ed Warren in “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It.”

  • “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It” will hit theaters and HBO Max on June 4.
  • Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga star in this supernatural thriller based on a real murder trial.
  • HBO Max will add “The Conjuring 2” on June 1 and “The Devil Made Me Do It” will stream until July 5.

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“The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It” will premiere in theaters and on HBO Max on June 4. The film is the latest Warner Bros. movie available for streaming the same day it arrives on the big screen.

Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga star as paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren in the movie, which is based on the real-life murder trial of Arne Cheyenne Johnson. The Warrens claimed that Johnson was possessed by a demon during the exorcism of a young boy, which drove him to kill his landlord several months later.

“The Devil Made Me Do It” is the newest movie in The Conjuring Universe, a series of films based on the Warrens’ career case files. The franchise also includes “The Nun,” “The Curse of La Llorona,” and three “Annabelle” films. The first two films in “The Conjuring” series are among the highest grossing horror movies of all time, and have garnered critical acclaim as well.

Where to watch ‘The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It’

“The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It” will be available on HBO Max starting June 4, the same day it will be released in theaters. HBO Max subscribers can stream the movie through July 4, a 31-day window.

HBO Max costs $15 a month and includes thousands of movies and TV shows along with every Warner Bros. theatrical release for 2021. A cheaper, ad-supported plan will launch in June for $10 a month, but it won’t include Warner’s theatrical releases.

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You can watch HBO Max using the dedicated app on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple devices, Android, Xbox, PlayStation, and most smart TVs. You can also visit HBOMax.com to stream via your computer browser. “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It” will stream in 4K with support for Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, and HDR10 formats.

Where to stream The Conjuring Universe

There are eight films in The Conjuring Universe so far, but unfortunately not all of them are available to stream on HBO Max. “Annabelle” is currently only available to rent or purchase, while “The Conjuring 2” and “The Curse of La Llorona” are exclusive to Netflix. Below you can find a full list of The Conjuring Universe movies and where to watch them.

“The Conjuring” – Netflix or HBO Max
“The Conjuring 2” – Netflix (Coming to HBO Max June 1)
“Annabelle” – VOD rental or purchase
“Annabelle: Creation – HBO Max
“Annabelle Comes Home” – HBO Max
“The Nun” – TNT or TBS on-demand
“The Curse of La Llorona” – Netflix

What else is coming to HBO Max?

Warner Bros. will continue to bring its new theatrical releases to HBO Max throughout 2021. “Those Who Wish Me Dead” starring Angelina Jolie is streaming now and “In the Heights” from “Hamilton” creator Lin Manuel Miranda is due out June 18.

The kid-friendly “Space Jam: A New Legacy,” starring LeBron James and the Looney Tunes, is scheduled to hit HBO Max on July 16, followed by “Suicide Squad” on August 6. “Malignant,” a new horror movie by “The Conjuring” producer James Wan, is due out in September.

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WarnerMedia execs mourn the Disney deal that never happened

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WarnerMedia dreams of Disney

While the media world awaits an announcement of an Amazon-MGM deal, some WarnerMedia are pondering their history under AT&T ownership and wonder about the mega deals that might have been.

With the news last week that WarnerMedia would merge with Discovery to create a new media giant, the story surfaced that Disney approached Time Warner about a deal in 2016.

From Claire Atkinson’s story:

Executives learned this week through The New York Times that Disney approached their company back in 2016 before AT&T made a deal and are wondering about what could have been if then-Time Warner chief executive Jeff Bewkes made a different call. WarnerMedia is poised to change hands again, after AT&T announced a deal to spin off WarnerMedia and merge it with Discovery.

When WarnerMedia executives sold to AT&T in 2018, their company stock converted to AT&T shares. Those shares are worth less today ($29.52) than they were on the day the deal was consummated ($32.60), while Disney shares recently have doubled in value on its growth in streaming subscribers.

“It was a disaster,” one person familiar with the history said. “It is a horribly performing stock. It is a deep disappointment the way it worked out.”

Read the rest: WarnerMedia executives are heartbroken as they imagine the Disney deal that could have been

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Apple CEO Tim Cook.

Agencies dump on Apple’s new ads

As Apple put the squeeze on ad tracking, it rolled out its own new ad format, Suggested Apps, to help developers get their apps discovered.

But advertisers told Lara O’Reilly that the ads were expensive and hadn’t delivered meaningful results.

Thomas Petit, a growth-marketing consultant, said in testing of Apple’s search-tab campaigns, the cost per installations was up to triple-digit percentages higher than Apple’s preexisting search-ads product.

It’s still early days, but if the new format was meant to be a panacea for advertisers who are now having a harder time zapping ads to people on Apple devices, it hasn’t worked out that way just yet.

Read the rest here: Apple just rolled out a new ad format, but advertisers say it’s too expensive and underperforms


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Advertisers battle misinformation

Efforts to help advertisers avoid misinformation are gathering steam.

Publicis is the latest big ad holding company to use NewsGuard’s tool to keep ads off shady websites, after IPG and Omnicom.

NewsGuard shared a case study with Tanya Dua showing that for one advertiser, using its tool lowered the cost of its ads while making them more efficient – suggesting that staying off shady sites isn’t just good for brands’ image, it could also be good for business.

But the automated nature of programmatic advertising means advertisers can still wind up on shady sites. And some brands also pull ads in response to breaking news or avoid entire categories of sites, which can harm legit news publishers.

Read the rest: IPG Mediabrands is using a new tool to help advertisers avoid misinformation and says it’s already increasing click-through rates 143%


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