Warner Bros. is moving forward on 'Justice League Dark' with Scott Rudin coming aboard to produce, eyeing a 2016 production start date.
Producer Scott Rudin reportedly has been tapped to oversee the long-teased DC Comics film, with production targeted to begin next year.
One of the most mysterious characters in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Lex Luthor, was introduced in an exciting Warner Bros. viral campaign. When the studio revealed that The Social Network’s Jesse Eisenberg was cast as Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice legendary villain, fans didn’t know what to make of it. Show More Summary
By Robert Niles: Just in time for Halloween, the Warner Bros. Studio Tour has added a "Horror Made Here" exhibit to its Stage 48: Script to Screen attraction on its Burbank studio lot. Photo courtesy Warner Bros. The exhibit runs until Nov. Show More Summary
Warner Bros.' "Pan" is not expected to soar at the box office this weekend. The film, which cost $150 million to make in association with RatPac-Dune Entertainment, is looking at an opening in the $20-million range, according to people familiar with pre-release audience surveys. That means director...
FORTUNE is now running such an Onion-esque ad in the style of editorial content, you might call the magazine’s mock hybrid a “Funion.”And if Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment apply anywhere near this level of creativity to next year’s actual “Batman v. Superman” movie, then the franchise could stoke high excitement for the Justice League films to follow.Read full article >>
LEGO pop artist Nathan Sawaya recently unveiled one of his latest creations: an 18ft. long Batmobile made of 500,000 LEGO pieces. It will be the centerpiece in his joint global exhibition with Warner Bros. and DC…
Reassuring anxious viewers afraid that Warner Bros.’ long-in-development prequel to The Shining, would just be the same movie again—Jack Torrance has always been the caretaker, after all—the film’s producer says in a new interview that things will be different this time, he swears. Show More Summary
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Fans of The Conjuring have become so obsessed with visiting the Rhode Island farmhouse where the movie is set that the people who actually own it are now trying to sue Warner Bros. for making their home a local tourist attraction. Entertainment...Show More Summary
‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ will have two more sequels, indicated its director. Not only are the insane vehicular carnage’s director George Miller and Warner Bros., going to make sequels, they might be talking about which of the film’s two sequels should be produced first. Show More Summary
Experience every muggle’s dream and dine in the Great Hall! News by Raine Winters Image via Wikia Ever wanted to live like Harry Potter and experience Hogwarts firsthand? Warner Bros. is now offering all muggles that very opportunity—and during the most jolly time of the year, no less! The movie studio that brought J.K. Show More Summary
Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood unveiled a brand new experience for fright fans as “Horror Made Here” made its debut. Featured inside the newly-opened ‘Stage 48: Script to Screen’ and available for a limited time only especially for Halloween, “Horror Made Here” offers guests the opportunity to discover behind-the-scenes filmmaking secrets from some of Warner […]
"I don't know very many 'war mongers' who have a foosball table in the conference room." Nice one, Lex. This is pretty dang cool, actually. Warner Bros has hidden a sneaky viral article in Fortune magazine, and it's now available online to read in full. Show More Summary
Warner Bros. reportedly plans to bring Hank Ketcham's beloved comic strip creation back to the big screen.
No one can say that Zack Snyder has thus far made "safe" decisions for DC and Warner Bros.' upcoming film, "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice." Yes, the film is pretty much guaranteed to crack $1 billion no matter what, but all theShow More Summary
UPDATED, Monday, 6:35 PM: Warner Bros., sent grosses for its comedy The Intern in a report filled with exclamation points and a Taiwanese slip up (see below) as well as the Hugh Jackman starring Pan which goes wide to 52 markets next weekend; Lionsgate reported for its sleeper hit Sicario. Show More Summary
Fright fans can see Freddy Krueger's glove from "A Nightmare on Elm Street" (1984), the cracked bedroom door from "The Exorcist" (1973) and other props and costumes behind some of horror's most famous films at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood this month. Freddy Krueger's glove and sweater...
Image from 'The Flash,' courtesy of Warner Bros. It is not Seth Grahame-Smith's fault that he has been hired by Warner Bros. /Time Warner to write and direct The Flash even though he has zero theatrical directorial experience and next-to-no proven filmmaking experience. We all know how this song goes, with a young relatively inexperienced [...]
Bastien Grivet is a concept artist and matte painter who has worked for companies like Ubisoft, Warner Bros. and Activision. Read more...