Mark Millar's 2003 limited series Superman: Red Son may find new life at Warner Bros, and news of these discussions is certainly popping up in interesting political times.
Kevin Feige still has hope for Blade's return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Stephen Amell wants a more socially-minded Oliver Queen on Arrow. Plus, one familiar face will not return to American Horror Story next season, and new pictures from the Doctor Who season finale. Spoilers, assemble! More »
Comic writer Mark Millar hints that Warner Bros. may be adapting the popular Superman: Red Son storyline from DC Comics.
Mostly thanks to the fact that the guy running the United States these days is an unwitting stooge for Vladimir Putin, Russia is suddenly more culturally relevant than it has been in decades. Combine that with the fact that the public’s...Show More Summary
Bachelor In Paradise is getting careful! Alcohol isn't the only thing being regulated after Corinne Olympios' allegations of sexual misconduct following an encounter with DeMario Jackson. Though Warner Bros. decided there was nothing...Show More Summary
Ben Affleck is in talks to return as "The Accountant," and excited fans have been so busy adding title suggestions, the sequel is already in the red from pun overages. According to Deadline, Warner Bros. is now putting together "TheShow More Summary
Warner Bros. has a lot of plans for the DC Extended Universe but many of their projects seem to sit perpetually on the drawing board. However, one idea the studio is reportedly looking at may be a bit more interesting than the other...
Earlier this month, Warner Bros. Entertainment launched the IT Fan Art Contest, tasking fans of the Stephen King-penned horror tale to whip up their own artwork inspired by Andy Muschietti’s forthcoming re-adaptation. The entry period ends this week, and a winner will soon be chosen to receive a trip to either NY or LA to attend the […]
Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema announced yesterday work has begun on a third Conjuring with The Conjuring 2‘s David Leslie Johnson penning the screenplay. The reports also included a note about James Wan, who directed the first two films that have since been spun off into several franchises including Annabelle, The Nun and […]
Warner Bros. determined that footage "does not support any charge of misconduct by a cast member."
The Conjuring is one of the best horror movies of the 21st century so far and The Conjuring 2 is one of the best horror sequels ever made, so the news that The Conjuring 3 is officially in the works at Warner Bros. is music to my ears. Show More Summary
When The Accountant arrived last fall, it wasn’t exactly a runaway hit. It pulled in $86 million domestically on a budget of $44 million, plus another $68 million globally. However, it seems to have found an even bigger audience on home video, not unlike Edge of Tomorrow, because Warner Bros. Show More Summary
While James Wan isn’t expected to direct, The Conjuring 2‘s David Leslie Johnson will write the screenplay for the third film in the growing Warner Bros./New Line horror universe, Deadline reports. While The Conjuring 3 is expected to bring Wan back into the fold, he is not expected in the same capacity. Wan directed the […]
Ben Affleck is preparing to return in a sequel to his 2016 action thriller The Accountant for Warner Bros.
In his first interview since Warner Bros. temporarily shut down production on "Bachelor in Paradise" over "allegations of misconduct," DeMario Jackson told E! News that the scandal deeply affected his parents. Read more | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
DeMario Jackson reportedly wants to hash things out with Corinne Olympios behind closed doors now that Warner Bros. found no evidence of sexual assault on the set of Bachelor in Paradise 4.
Following the original film's success at the box office, we've learned that Warner Bros. is moving forward with a sequel, The Accountant 2.
DeMario Jackson is ready to share his side of the story once and for all. Close to one week after Warner Bros. cleared Bachelor in Paradise and its producers of any misconduct, one of the...
Universal said it wants to cancel its $31 million deal for Prince’s music over conflicts with an earlier agreement Prince signed with Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.' third DCEU movie Wonder Woman has passed another box office milestone, crossing $300 million at the domestic U.S. box office.