It can be easy to immediately dismiss Krypton, the new Syfy series premiering tonight, as another TV prequel for a beloved DC Comics superhero, just like Gotham. Since the alien planet is best known for exploding, most people might think they even already know the show’s plot. But despite being set 200 years before…
Ava DuVernay is heading to superhero movies—and DC Comics’ Fourth World.
Because the first Fantastic Beasts was a fish out of water story about Newt Scamander traveling to America, there was only so much of the iconic English wizarding world to be seen. But that’s all changing in The Crimes of Grindelwald.
Not a day goes by that the world doesn’t weep for having never had the opportunity to see Nicolas Cage as Superman in Tim Burton’s Superman Lives movie that never came to fruition. But the time has finally come for the actor to bring the Man of Steel to the big screen.
Warner Bros.’ Rampage, like the video game it’s based on, is about three genetically-modified animals that...go on a rampage and destroy a bunch of stuff. In other words, the story it’s telling isn’t exactly going to be plot driven.
Fans who’ve always wanted to visit Gotham City can soon do just that... but they’ll have to travel to Abu Dhabi first.
Lovers of classic Hollywood films have one more reason to join Turner’s Filmstruck streaming network, now that Warner Bros has decided to shutter its own service that no one uses. It’s a rare moment in which media consolidation is good for everyone, and it positions Filmstruck as the best destination for finding those…
In the highly unlikely event that anyone was still wondering whether mononymous French director Pitof’s 2004 Catwoman wasn’t actually an absolute disaster, one of the film’s writers would like you to know that he thought it was a “shit movie.” Bold words. Bold, honest words.
In the wake of the news that Joss Whedon is no longer attached to Warner Bros.’ upcoming Batgirl movie, the burning question now is just who will write and direct? Here’s a novel idea—give the project to a woman.
Just a few months after his DC debut with Justice League, Joss Whedon is leaving its cinematic universe. Whedon has confirmed he’s no longer writing or directing Batgirl, saying he “failed” to come up with a good story.
We’ve already seen Junpei Mizusaki’s wild-sounding Batman Ninja in action. But now we finally know when to expect it—and what the amazing adventures of a modern-day Batman in Feudal Japan are going to sound like in English.
Two of the funniest actresses in the world are teaming up for what’s expected to be a hard-edged mob movie based on a DC Comics title.
It’s only fitting that at a time when we’re not sure just who’ll portray Batman in Warner Bros.’ future DC movies news would break that the studio was looking for another actor to play the Joker. This time around though, the buzz is about who WB wants to star in the non-DCEU, standalone Joker film.
It’s not at all new for roller coasters and other adrenaline-inducing rides to be themed around comic book and cartoon characters. But the upcoming Warner Bros. theme park in Abu Dhabi is going to be on a whole other level, featuring some pretty deep cuts from DC Comics lore.
Titans and Young Justice were already big reasons to look forward to DC’s new streaming service. Now, the company is adding a weird new one: Metropolis, a series set in the iconic home of Superman before the Man of Tomorrow actually arrived.
Vandal Savage’s assholery is twofold: One, he’s an evil despotic villain who has spent centuries coveting and reveling in power and control. Two, he’s really hard to kill. So naturally, only a team-up of some of DC’s deadliest criminals stand a chance at stopping him in the upcoming Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay.
The first look at the Tomb Raider reboot gave us plenty of tomb-raiding action, with a lot of it inspired by the 2013 video game reboot of Lara Croft’s escapades. The latest trailer shows us a lot of what’s been added to the film beyond the inspiration of the game series—and it’s pretty much all about the legacy of…
In an alternate universe, maybe fans are talking about Mark Strong’s Sinestro as one of the best villains in comic book movie history. That was the idea, at least, by casting the actor in Martin Campbell’s 2011 Green Lantern movie. It was a smaller role, but he was intended to be a full-blown evil mastermind in the…
Yakko, Wakko, and Dot’s “pay-or-play contracts” have been renewed! The much-loved Warner Bros. animated series Animaniacs is being brought to Hulu with all-new seasons. And yes, executive producer Steven Spielberg is along for the ride.