Warner Bros. has set Machete Kills screenwriter Kyle Ward on their upcoming Michael Bay-produced adaptation of concept artist Daniel Simon's book Cosmic Motors. The book, subtitled "spaceships, cars and pilots of another galaxy," is described on Simon's official site as follows:
Warner Bros. is set to release a new upcoming "Tarzan" movie on June 1, 2016. The film will be a 3D action-adventure work by director David Yates and will be based off of Edgar Rice Burrougs' "Tarzan" novel.
Michael Bay has made a career of making cars look cool on screen, and he’s hoping to continue that trend. He’s on board to produce a film for Warner Bros. called Cosmic Motors, based on a book of futuristic designs by Daniel Simon. Simon,...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: There is a change at the helm of Fox drama The Following. Lost alumna Jennifer Johnson, who joined the Warner Bros. TV-produced series in June as executive producer/day-to-day showrunner, is leaving. She remains at WBTV, where she is under an overall deal, and will focus on development. Show More Summary
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Monolith Productions have released a new story trailer for Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor which introduces Ratbag.
It's been a long time since I visited a Six Flags park, but I always loved their Warner Bros. rides. As it turns out, they're introducing a new 3D ride in Texas and Missouri soon called Justice League: Battle for Metropolis, and it features some of DC Comics' women!
The Nemesis System from Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor dynamically generates unique Uruks but Ratbag is a special one who play an important role on Talion's journey. Meet him in the new story trailer of the game. Warner Bros. and Monolith's new title will be available starting Spetember 30.
You may have heard that Warner Bros. has introduced a new policy to their future DC Comics universe, summed up in two simple words (that, we assumed, were delivered while yelling and slamming one’s hand on a table): “No Jokes.” That’s what Drew McWeeny says, over at Hitfix. Show More Summary
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Techland have released the first developer diary for their upcoming game Dying Light. Inside, you can hear the developers talk about the player's "natural movement" in the game as well as new footage of the differences in day and night. Check it out in the player below!
Warner Bros. has filed a lawsuit against a small bar from Amityville, New York, for playing one of their songs without permission. The track in question is not a recent pop song, but the 80-year old love song "I Only Have Eyes for You"...Show More Summary
In 2002 Warner Bros was developing a new Superman movie with then screenwriter JJ Abrams called Superman: Flyby, with Brett Ratner hired to direct. Abrams’ screenplay for the film would have reinvented Superman, incorporating a bunch of new ideas that angered fans when a negative script review was posted on the internet. Show More Summary
The other day we shared the final fight sequence from Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures’ Godzilla (review) reboot from director Gareth Edwards. With the home video releases slated for September 16, another imgur user shares the best part of the movie – the concept art. I could easily frame and hang any of these pieces […]
In a very competitive situation, ABC has landed a medical advocate drama project from David Marshall Grant (Nashville, Smash). The project, produced by Sheldon Turner and Jennifer Klein's Vendetta Prods. and Warner Bros. TV, has received what I hear is a high-end put pilot commitment. Show More Summary
NBC, which has the Greg Berlanti-produced dramedy The Mysteries of Laura launching this fall, has bought a new hourlong project from the prolific producer. Drama Blindspot, from Berlanti Prods. and Warner Bros. TV, where the company is based, has received a script commitment with a hefty penalty. Show More Summary
Hey, remember yesterday when we heard the oddly believably rumor that Warner Bros. had instituted a "no-jokes" policy for its DC superhero movies ? Well, apparently it's actually a "no joy whatsoever" policy, if this rumor about Scoot McNairy's character is to be believed. Possible spoilers ahead... Read more...
Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice looks to be one of the biggest blockbusters of 2016 — but if Warner Bros, the studio behind all of the DC Comics superhero films, has its way, Batman V Superman will also be the most humorless, self-important superhero movie ever made. Until the next DC Comics superhero movie.
Watch the throne: "Sons of Anarchy" star Charlie Hunnam is to play King Arthur in a medieval epic that Guy Ritchie is directing for Warner Bros., The Times has confirmed.
Batman: Arkham Knight is the fourth installment of the main game Batman: Arkham series created by Rocksteady Studios for Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. It is slated to be out for the next generation gaming consoles like Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC this coming 2015, and speculation about the main villain is steadily increasing.
That would explain a lot.
Charlie Hunnam, star of Sons of Anarchy and Pacific Rim, has agreed to play the legendary King Arthur in Guy Ritchie’s upcoming movie of the same name, according to Deadline. The ambitious King Arthur project from Warner Bros. is intended to span the length of six films. In what some called a mistake, Charlie Hunnam