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The entire cast - and their characters - revealed.
The filmmaker stands up for Ken Russell's masterpiece.
Back off, Jordan Catalano.
Someone put the Lasso of Truth on this rumor.
Cue the internet naming the same five people.
Warner Bros announced a zillion comic book movies - why not SANDMAN?
Oh hey, there will be two guys playing the same character at once!
The first post-Batman v Superman DC movie will bring on the bad guys.
Here comes SUICIDE SQUAD, THE FLASH and WONDER WOMAN.
If you’re not tired of looking at this vehicle yet, that is.
In the wake of GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY DC is thinking of adapting their great space story.
New details on the SHAZAM! movie make it seem like it stands alone.
Says The Rock.
Is there a 'no jokes' policy in the DC Movieverse?
Like sands through the hourglass, this is the slow development of SANDMAN.
And Warner Bros is working on two different scripts for it.
A piece of schlock that almost achieves bad movie greatness.
But not the movies. Also: ALL the superhero movies between now and 2020, listed in a list.
Batman and Superman are afraid of Captain America.
THE HOBBIT: THE BATTLE OF THE FIVE ARMIES gets a low-Hobbit count trailer.
Prepare for AWESOME.
A big scifi film that looks unlike any other movie you've ever seen.
This movie looks INCREDIBLE.
WB snuck in a peek at the heroine.
How is it that all Shane Black news is good news?
The Broadway hit dies on screen.
The studio's Comic Con announcement may lay out SEVEN films in three years.
To repeat: Holy Shit.
Oh, laugh out loud.
Oh no, what are they thinking?
Lego city. Population - Us for the next several years.
A big opening weekend means the return of the Big G.
Don't read this until you've seen GODZILLA!
Gareth Edwards' GODZILLA is in the grandest Toho tradition.
It actually gives you a good sense of what to expect from the film!
Keep your eyes peeled for an Easter Egg in the new GODZILLA movie.
It's officially official.
Could it go from THERE AND BACK AGAIN to INTO THE FIRE?
Is the main man behind Warner Bros' DC movies lying or admitting they don't have their act together?
WB prez reveals the studio actually has a plan.
Did we expect it to be a one-off?
It also reveals lots of people dying.
It's a tornado movie, you see.
Christopher Nolan barely opens up about his next huge blockbuster.
Maybe Devin could not smell what The Rock was cooking.
This shit just got real.
Somebody wake me when they actually make this thing.
Can Vinnie and the boys hold their own against dinosaurs?
You almost get a good look at the King of Monsters!
It's really long
Oh no, there goes Tokyo... wait, San Francisco?
Director Jaume Collet-Serra talks the talk.
Devin is kind of annoyed that THE LEGO MOVIE is exactly as great as you've heard.
Jeremy Irons will be Alfred.
Now they can actually write a script.
Warner Bros could be shooting the films back-to-back.
And that rumor is put to bed.
The latest rumor gives me agita.
Spike Jonze has created a transcendent work of absolute beauty.
That's actually a really trollish headline. I own that.
Hasn't the studio seen all the fancasting of already bald actors? What are they thinking?
As we reported last month, JGL and David Goyer will make a SANDMAN movie.
When pixels trumped prosthetics... for the worse.
Live. Die. Repeat Until You've Cleansed All Body Thetans.
The desolation of restraint, storytelling and Devin's love for Middle Earth.
The VFX bake off list is announced, and Superman didn't make the cut.
Played by Gal Gadot.
Could the studio be making two superhero movies a year under the direction of David Goyer?
Say it ain't so, ScarJo!
The director is at the top of the studio's wish list.
See it now before it goes the way of the dinosaurs.
Warner Bros has registered a bunch of bad, bad titles for the MAN OF STEEL sequel.
The fourth MAD MAX film will come out almost thirty years after the last one.
Spoilers, if you're one of the terrible people who have not supported one of the year's best cinematic experiences.
As written by David Goyer.
Warner Bros does have a plan, the auteur insists. But is it a cohesive universe or just a marketing strategy?
Well, he's certainly an actor.
That's some fine Farthing Weed, dude.
History in the making: one of the big two comic publishers is abandoning NYC.
A report claims to know what the influence will be on the latest iteration of the Batstume.
Watch people freak the fuck out after seeing THE EXORCIST in 1973.
Why did Neil deGrasse Tyson's scientific critiques of the hit film piss so many people off?
Film Crit Hulk explains why GRAVITY's slight narrative is part of what makes it great.
Is it okay to be disappointed if a movie is only really great and not a masterpiece?
Time to get excited: we hear the new Mad Max movie is awesome.
Is that a retcon? I thought he loved Gimli.
The man behind this year's most ambitious big budget movie on the challenges of making a realistic space movie, and which other films have gotten it right.
But one that ultimately disappoints.
The nerd blogosphere reaches a new non-news low.
And it's good!
Let's start arguing about the Battle of Metropolis again, this time with Snyder weighing in.
He's signed a multi-picture deal.
And he's an intriguing choice.
Internet, start your commenting.
TRON LEGACY's Joseph Kosinski the latest director attached to the useless movie version of the TV classic.
A rumor or a no-duh bit of obviousness?
They're looking for a guy in his 40s, rumors say.
Finally, a Barry Allen for teenyboppers/sad moms.
Oh no, Sandra Bullock!