Last month, rumors began to spread that Daisy Ridley (The Force Awakens) was being courted to star as Lara Croft in a reboot of the Tomb Raider franchise. Heroic Hollywood is reporting that Warner Brothers is scheduling the film for release on October 6th, 2017.
Google has partnered up with Warner Brothers to help promote Batman v Superman. In what’s a pretty drastic lapse in security, you can now explore Batman’s lair through Google Street View.
Wonder Woman actress Gal Gadot has released the first official picture from the upcoming flick, announcing that filming is now underway.
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?
Thanks to an $80 million lawsuit between Hotfile and the MPAA, a judge just ordered Warner Brothers to unseal records that explained the inner workings of their super secretive system to takedown pirated content. Now, the secret's out, and the secret is "robots."
A kindly couple adopting a super-powered alien, an orphan growing up to be the world's greatest crimefighter, an Amazon princess with an invisible jet... the DC universe is a place where anything can happen. Well, anything but a joke, if this ridiculous, but entirely plausible, rumor is true.
Decided yesterday in the 7th Circuit: Users can tell the difference between The Dark Knight Rises fake "clean slate" program — which can delete every reference to you on every computer, everywhere — and a real program which restores default settings to shared computers.
Warner Brothers—a company all too keen to leap on anybody infringing its copyright—is being sued for unauthorized use of the Nyan Cat meme. Oops.
Nestled deep inside the Warner Brothers company is what it calls a "technology" unit responsible for experimenting and developing new things which the company can use for its movies and TV shows. But now the company is rolling out a multi-platform photo sharing service called outmywindow which begs a very important…
One of the first things I learned when I was a little kid was to draw most of the Warner Bros' cartoons characters created by Chuck Jones. I wish I could have seen these videos by the master himself, because drawing cartoons is hard, despite how easy it looks.
If you want to copy that movie you already own to the Ultraviolet cloud at your local Walmart, you may need to pull out your wallet. Reports are circulating that this "convenience" will cost as much as four dollars a title.
This is some bullsh*t. Warner Brothers and Netflx—as well as Redbox and Blockbuster—have reached a new licensing agreement that forces DVD subscribers to wait a full 56 days after titles hit store shelves to watch WB movies.
The UltraViolet Initiative hasn't exactly been the iTunes-killer Hollywood had hoped for. The File-Locker system, designed to simplify the process of owning one piece of content across multiple formats, has floundered in its first few months with poor reviews, unhappy customers and little industry support. But now…
Who said good music has to make sense? Good art doesn't have to—did Picasso's art make any sense, did Jackson Pollack's? No, because their genius creations trasncended the thinking of the time. And that's exactly what the B-52's did with Rock Lobster.
DC Entertainment announced today that they would be moving their multimedia operations to Los Angeles while leaving their wing in Manhattan. The reason? Among several things, to devote a greater focus on DC-branded movies. UPDATE: The Wildstorm line is ending.
Warner Bros. has recently registered several new domain names related to the Batman franchise. Are these domains tie-ins with the upcoming Batman: Arkham Asylum 2 videogame or another Bat-project entirely?