Last night, the CW aired a special titled DC Films Presents: Dawn of the Justice League, which gave us our very first look at Wonder Woman. And we saw Diana everywhere in a bunch of different situations.
So your mom bought you a copy of Mad Max: Fury Road on Ultra HD Blu-ray for Christmas and you want to play it on your old ass non-4K TV? A line of devices from HDfury makes it possible. Or at least, it used to.
“Viral” marketing has always straddled the line between “it’s kind of cute that they made a website for The Daily Bugle” and “that seems kind of desperate.” But with Batman v Superman, “viral” marketing has reached its absolute nadir.
So that happened. After years of intense secrecy around Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the latest trailer went from 0 to 100 in terms of spoilers. Not only did the trailer show the reveal of Wonder Woman, but it even introduced the film’s big bad guy: Doomsday. Here’s what we learned.
During Jimmy Kimmel Live, Warner Bros. premiered the newest trailer of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (still its real, long, name). In its three minutes, we see Bruce tell Clark how he feels about Superman. And it’s not a good opinion.
Warner Bros. will be presenting a lot of movies in Hall H on Saturday morning at San Diego Comic-Con, but fans didn’t camp out 30 hours for The Man From U.N.C.L.E. They want to see Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and I’m live-blogging all the fantastic details and surprises.
The 2015 Licensing Expo just got under way in Las Vegas today, giving us our first good look at the redesigned Batmobile that Ben Affleck will be driving in the upcoming 2016 blockbuster, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Deadline first broke the story last night that Warner Bros. has hired Matt Lieberman to pen the script for a feature length animated version of The Jetsons. The big question: Will it be 2D or 3D animation?
Huh. Warner TV Asia has released a teaser trailer for this week's Arrow Midseason Finale, purportedly revealing the final look of Brandon Routh's Atom armour suit. But if you're a fan of the apocalyptic RPG Fallout 3, it might look more than a little familiar to you. (UPDATED)
Before Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor's release, a curious thing happened: critics on YouTube (and some in the traditional press) tried to obtain early PC copies for review, but couldn't. And yet, YouTube entertainers were able to—if they agreed to terms like, "videos will promote positive sentiment about the game."
It's a good bet that you spent hundreds of childhood hours with Chuck Jones, even if you didn't know who he was at the time. "What's Up, Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones" is a new exhibition which chronicles the work of the legendary animator who breathed life into household names like Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck,…
According to a report by Variety, Warner Bros. is finally stepping up its animation game for the future. After the massive success of The Lego Movie, the studio has scheduled two new films from its animation think-tank. Neither have titles yet, but they'll both be in 3D. One is set for Feb 10, 2017 and the other will…
If you watch a lot of (older) movies you'll notice that studio logos are generally quite consistent. The spinning globe of Universal, the Paramount mountain, the Warner Bros. shield, they're all refined over time, but the basic premise has remained the same for decades.
1939's The Wizard of Oz is the standard bearer of cinema's Golden Age. The live action fantasy classic has become an integral part of the pop culture lexicon, endlessly parodied, referenced, and retold in everything from children's books to ultra-porn. And now it is coming back—to an even bigger silver screen.
Another Netflix purge is happening. By tomorrow, 1794 movies will disappear from Netflix's catalog which means the last chance you have to stream these movies is tonight. Pick wisely! We've narrowed the choices down for you.
Netflix had a rough 2011. Between its ill-conceived price hike and its even more ill-conceived DVD spin-off company, Qwikster, the movie rental company couldn't win. And now external factors (read: the studios) are making things even worse—not only for them, but also Blockbuster and Redbox—by delaying new releases.
Reddit has sold out! Er, not really. But! Warner Bros has bought movie rights to a story idea that originated as a Reddit comment. It all started when someone posted a question wondering if today's US Marines could defeat Roman Empire legionnaires if they traveled back in time.
According to Hotfile, a guy by the name of Michael Bentkover and his cronies are copyright dicks, crooks and liars. Not with those words, but that's the executive summary of their copyright fraud lawsuit against Warner Brothers.