Right now the DC Extended Universe is in a bit of a strange place. The two films they've put out have done "okay," but not nearly as well as Warner Bros. was hoping. The release of SUICIDE SQUAD has inadvertently become a potentially pivotal film in the franchise. Show More Summary
Geoff Johns is promoted to President of DC Entertainment, taking on even more responsibilities at Warner Bros.and DC Films.
This will only feed into the petty fight between fans of Marvel and the fans of DC, but it’s an interesting story about just how far the reach of San Diego Comic Con goes outside of Hall H. You may recall from our weekend Comic Con binge some degree of difference between the coverage of […]
During the Batman: The Killing Joke premiere panel at San Diego Comic-Con, Warner Bros. Animation confirmed its next three DC Universe films, highlighted by a Batman and Harley Quinn picture. The all-new original story surrounding Batman and Harley Quinn is coming from DC animation legend Bruce Timm, although plot details are being held noticeably close […]
Kevin Tsujihara has a new top man in Japan. Masami Takahashi has been named President of Warner Bros Japan, effective September 1. Takahashi will have general oversight of Warner Bros’ businesses in the country, including theatrical distribution, television distribution, home entertainment, consumer products, games, and local production. Show More Summary
The latest release from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is the animated film version of Batman: The Killing Joke and it is bringing a ton of controversy with it. DC Comics still has a lot of hope for it, though, and now, the attention is moving on to their next big release. Show More Summary
There has been a lot of controversy laid on the shoulders of Warner Bros. and DC Comics lately due to the animated film version of Batman: The Killing Joke. The studios are sincerely hoping that that will die out soon and people can enjoy the film and the August release of Suicide Squad. Show More Summary
We’re quickly approaching the release of Suicide Squad and Warner Bros. is no longer being stingy with the footage. Not only have they released eight new clips from the film, they have released eight new clips that touch on characters,...Show More Summary
Has any one person meant as much to the DC Universe over the past 25 years than Bruce Timm? When the animator and TV producer co-created Batman: The Animated Series with Eric Radomski back in 1992, he and his team at Warner Bros. offered...Show More Summary
Warner Bros. Animation’s latest DC movie might be under fire at the moment, but the next movie in line from the studio’s roster is finally going to give fans something they’ve wanted for a while, whether live-action or otherwise : the Justice League Dark in action. And now, we have a first look. Read more...
We break down all the best parts from the "Justice League" footage DC Films and Warner Bros. debuted at Comic-Con.
If you like female superheroes then this was a good year at San Diego Comic Con for you because on the one hand Warner Bros. gave us the first Wonder Woman trailer, and on the other Marvel Studios introduced us to Captain Marvel Brie Larson. But come on! We know that there’s been one superheroine […]
The hype machine is currently churning away at top speed for the release of Suicide Squad, Warner Bros.’ upcoming entry into its burgeoning DC cinematic universe. The story revolves around a band of colorful antiheroes who break all the rules, both by violating regular old laws and by violating the unspoken law that Warner Bros. Show More Summary
This past weekend, Warner Bros. Pictures unleashed a barrage of footage upon Comic-Con with their presentation in Hall H. Thankfully for fans at home, every single piece of footage they showed at the convention ended up online, from the Justice League sizzle reel to The LEGO Batman Movie trailer. Show More Summary
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A few weeks ago, WE REPORTED THAT DOPE actress Kiersey Clemens was the top choice for the role of Iris West in the upcoming FLASH film from DC and Warner Bros. Now, according to Variety, insiders claim that Clemens is even more likely to play the friend, journalist, and love interest of Barry Allen. Show More Summary
We should've seen this coming, folks. And yet we did nothing. Of course the womanizing French skunk known as Pepé Le Pew would be high on Warner Bros. priority list to turn into a feature-length animated film. Though while it would've...Show More Summary
Samsung teamed up with Warner Bros. and Suicide Squad to put fans right in the heart of their favorite Super Villain's action with the latest VR technology. Go behind the scenes to see the exclusive making of the "Squad 360: The VR Experience". See the full experience on Samsung VR on August 1st and see Suicide Squad in theaters August 5th. Show More Summary
Warner Bros. showed off the first trailer for the "Lego Batman" movie at the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con, and it looks absolutely hysterical. The movie is scheduled to hit theaters next February. Video courtesy of Warner Bros. Follow TI: On Facebook SEE ALSO: A breakdown of everything from the new 'Justice League' teaser trailer Join the conversation about this story »
Earlier this month, Warner Bros. was reportedly eyeing a few actresses for the female lead in The Flash solo movie from director Rick Famuyiwa. The shortlist included pop star Rita Ora, Sing Street breakout Lucy Boynton and, perhaps most interesting of all, Kiersey Clemons — who previously appeared in Famuyiwa’s indie hit Dope. Show More Summary