Funny Or Die is holding “The Funny or Die Hideout” at SXSW this year on March 15-16. The humor website’s lineup includes that Sunday’s world premiere party for Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart’s Warner Bros. comedy Get Hard, which is bowing...Show More Summary
Batman and Mortal Kombat take over our mobile devices this year and we couldn't be happier. The post Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Announces an Awesome Mobile Games Line-Up! appeared first on 148Apps.
Call it the dog days of summer. Warner Bros has moved the release of its Boaz Yakin-directed pic Max up by two months to June 26. The film about a wayward teen who befriends the military dog that was partnered to his older brother, a Marine killed in action in Afghanistan, was set to bow August 21. Show More Summary
RELATED: Jennifer Lawrence, Steven Spielberg & Warner Bros Land War Photog Memoir ‘It’s What I Do’ How did Warner Bros win the most hotly contested book auction in a long time, closing a deal last night for It’s What I Do: A Photographer’s...Show More Summary
Honey Lina Esco (Cane) has booked a role in Fox’s drama pilot Lucifer, from Jerry Bruckheimer TV and Warner Bros TV. Based on the characters from the DC Entertainment's Vertigo, the show centers on Lucifer (Tom Ellis) who, bored andShow More Summary
Warner Bros. Interactive has at least five upcoming mobile games that are in development.
More than just Mortal Kombat X will be coming to the palm of your hand, according to Warner Bros. Interactive.
Warner Bros. Interactive has at least five upcoming mobile games that are in development. After revealing plans to launch a version of Mobile Kombat X for mobile devices sometime in April, the publisher has four other games in the works, all based on well known franchises. Show More Summary
Solid Snake isn't the only one getting release dates today, as Warner Bros. and Avalanche Studios announced Mad Max will arrive on September 1 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. The Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions have apparently been cancelled. Read more...
After yesterday’s announcement of Mortal Kombat X for mobile devices, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment (WBIE) has announced the development of four more mobile titles, based on top franchises and brands, including Game of Thrones and LEGO Batman. First is Batman: Arkham Underworld. Show More Summary
How unfortunate. Warner Bros. and Avalanche Studios announced the release date for Mad Max on PC, PS4, and Xbox One: September 1 in North America, the same as Metal Gear Solid V, and September 4 in the United Kingdom. Also, the XboxShow More Summary
Warner Bros. has announced a 4th September release date for Avalanche Studios' Mad Max in the UK. That date applies to the game's PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions. There's no mention at all of the previously-announced PS3 andShow More Summary
Collect cards and destroy your enemies in the upcoming Mortal Kombat X. The post Warner Bros. Interactive Announces Mortal Kombat X! appeared first on 148Apps.
2015 is the year Warner shifts focus to mobile. New titles include : Batman, DC Comics, Mortal Kombat, Game of Thrones, and Lego
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced a lineup of upcoming mobile games that include brand names from DC Comics and LEGO.
Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment has no plans to slow down with the upcoming mobile release of Mortal Kombat X. The publisher has big plans for the platform in 2015, including games based on Batman (specifically Lego Batman: Beyond Gotham and Batman: Arkham Underworld) and Game of Thrones. Show More Summary
Details are still very sketchy — but Warner Brothers today announced that Batman Arkham Underworld is under development for mobile platforms. Here’s their description of the game: Rule Gotham City! Build your hideout, then recruit and train an army of henchmen to do your bidding. Show More Summary
The "Smash" star will play CatCo tech genius Winslow "Winn" Schott in the pilot from Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros. Television.
Jennifer Lawrence will find herself being directed by Steven Spielberg in a war photographer biopic after Warner Bros won the rights to adapt a memoir. The acclaimed book It’s What I Do: A Photographer’s Life of Love and War was written by Lynsey Addario, who will be played by Lawrence, and published this year. Show More Summary
A potential movie reboot of Tomb Raider just came a bit closer to reality with scriptwriter Evan Daugherty being hired to pen the tale of young Lara Croft's first adventure -- not unlike the recent game reboot. Warner Bros. has signed...Show More Summary