There’s no doubt that Ben Affleck is having a tough time after announcing his split from wife Jennifer Garner. That said, it looks like the show must go on, as Warner Bros. just announced that Ben Affleck will make an appearance at Comic Con. Show More Summary
Warner Bros. was supposedly well aware of Batman: Arkham Knight's PC problems months ago.
Just when it seemed like artists and streaming services were starting to get along, Prince appears to have removed his entire catalog from Spotify and other streaming platforms. Many of the artist's most iconic Warner Bros. albums—including Dirty Mind, 1999 and Purple Rain—were available to stream as recently as earlier this week. Show More Summary
The Dukes of Hazzard are done...for now. TV Land has pulled all reruns of the 80's series from its schedule, just one week after Warner Bros. "elected to cease the...
Has Warner Bros. revealed their new Batman v Superman toys? Want to see the first Agent Carter Season 2 poster? What does Stan Lee think of Tom Holland as Spider-Man? Who just arrived on the set of X-Men: Apocalypse? Does Kevin Feige...Show More Summary
According to sources, Rocksteady and WB Interactive were fully aware of the problems in Arkham Knight -- and knew for months.
With Marvel sitting out Comic-Con 2015, everyone assumed that Warner Bros. would use this opportunity to make a big splash at Comic-Con with their Justice League universe. Today, as Warner Bros. officially announced their Comic-Con plans and confirmed those suspicions with news on their Batman vs. Show More Summary
I'm not going to kill you. Image via Warner Bros. Interactive. "I'm not going to kill you," Batman says to a burglar in Tim Burton's 1989 movie, a remarkable thing to say to someone you’re helding over the ledge of a roof. Like its predecessors, Batman: Arkham Knight overflows with violent [...]
The auteur will write and possibly direct Robert Downey Jr. Read the full article on AICN Robert Downey Jr. has been attached to play Gepetto (and possibly the title character?) in a Warner Bros. PINOCCHIO movie for years now, with Ben Stiller circling to direct at one point. Show More Summary
And the parade of SDCC Exclusives continues! Warner Bros' Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will have a huge presence at this year's con, and they'll be bringing some exclusive merch with them to whet your appetite for the upcoming film.
Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill will headline the 'Dawn of Justice' panel at this year's 'Comic Con' as part of the Warner Bros. lineup in Hall H.
Say what? Yep, it's actually true! THR is reporting that critically acclaimed filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson is the latest to get involved in the developing the live-action Pinocchio project at Warner Bros. Actor Robert Downey Jr. has...Show More Summary
Henry Cavill will attend the San Diego Comic-Con later this month, Warner Bros. announced on Tuesday. The handsome British actor is part of not one, but two much anticipated films this year and next. Even though he was at San Diego Comic-Con...Show More Summary
With reports surfacing earlier about Warner Bros knowing the broken state in which Batman: Arkham Knight released on PC, it begs the question to be asked: Why did Warner Bros even feign ignorance when it came time to pull the game from...Show More Summary
There's a very long and detailed article about the behind-the-scenes development of Batman: Arkham Knight and the rocky development of the PC version of the game. Some of the sources who claim to have worked QA state that Warner Bros knew about the problems with the PC version all along but prioritized the PS4 and Xbox One over the PC.Click To Continue Reading
Warner Bros. allegedly knew the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight was in a “horrible state” but released it anyway, according to quality assurance testers familiar with the matter. Speaking with Kokatu under the condition of anonymity, the sources stated there were only 10 testers assigned to the title, where are there were over 100 […]
TV Land would not confirm why the decision was made but it follows Warner Bros.'s move to halt production on toys of a car in the show that displays the Confederate flag.
Warner Bros. Pictures continues its tradition of delivering its most anticipated tentpole properties and their biggest stars to Comic-Con International: San Diego with this year’s Hall H presentation. On Saturday, July 11, beginning at 10:30 a.m., Warner Bros. Show More Summary
Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Amy Adams and Hugh Jackman are just a few panelists named for Warner Bros.' star-studded SDCC 2015 presentation.
Plus the cast of Pan and The Man from U.N.C.L.E. The post Warner Bros. Reveals Plans for Hall H Panel, Featuring Batman v Superman Cast appeared first on ComingSoon.net.