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A Detroit news helicopter captures video of a smashed police car on the set of 2016's "Batman v Superman," amid the rubble of Wayne Financial.
Geoff Johns hints which comic book plots The CW's "Flash" series is looking to interpret and re-commits to maintaining separate movie and TV universes.
Attendees enjoyed a first look at "Dawn of Justice," "Jupiter Ascending," and "Fury Road," plus an hour of Stephen Colbert and "The Hobbit" cast & crew.
The latest image from "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" features a portrait of Ben Affleck as the Dark Knight.
The cape and cowl to be donned by Ben Affleck in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" is on display at DC Comics' Comic-Con booth.
Although viewers will see a lot of DC Comics characters on "Arrow" and "The Flash," Geoff Johns says not to expect cameos by Batman & Superman.
Archie Co-CEO addresses ban of volume featuring Kevin Keller's wedding! How might a possible Fox/Time Warner merger affect superhero movies? Plus much more!
For the fifth year, Warner Bros. Television and "TV Guide" team for a special Comic-Con International edition featuring an exclusive "Flash" comic and more
The star of "Monsters" reportedly has been cast in an unspecified role in Zack Snyder's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice."
A new rumor contends Warner Bros. is eying another Batman solo movie 2019, continuing an expected string of DC Comics adaptations.
With DC Entertainment's Diane Nelson expressing a desire to see more female heroes on-screen, CBR looks at who's ready to make the leap.
From Burton to Nolan, Batman's big-screen career gets its own museum in honor of the hero's 75th anniversary, and the end result is a "must see."
Another rumor that the "Conan" actor has signed on to the DC movie surfaces, along with potential plot details from the film.
At Time Warner's annual shareholder meeting, DC Entertainment president Diane Nelson spoke of the importance of female characters and creators.
A purported schedule for Warner Bros' slate of DC Comics-based films has surfaced, indicating a full schedule of seven films through 2018.
After teasing whatt fans thought would be a "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" reveal, Warner Bros. Tours instead has announced the Batman Exhibit.
With a "Justice League" movie directed by "Man of Steel's" Zack Snyder officially happening, CBR explores who might join Superman, Batman & Wonder Woman.
The 2016 Batman-Superman film -- and "Justice League" prelude? -- now has an official title, with shooting starting today in Detroit. UPDATED with logo.
The king of the monsters stomps the competition and brings Warner Bros. its largest May opening ever.
Director Zack Snyder dropped two big reveals on Twitter -- the first look at Ben Affleck as the "Man of Steel" sequel's Batman, and the new Batmobile.
Along with the debut of Ben Affleck as Batman, the "Man of Steel" sequel will feature a new Batmobile -- and here's a look at part of it.
Director Gareth Edwards' franchise reboot an interesting B-movie that pays homage to, but never captures, the spirit of the original Godzilla films.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Warner Bros. confirmed a "Justice League" film will follow the "Man of Steel" sequel, featuring Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot.
The still-untitled 2016 Batman/Superman film has reportedly added another superhero: Cyborg, to be played by Ray Fisher.
The filmmaker explains how the Dark Knight’s planned cameo grew into a larger role, and talks about the costume tests for Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman.
David Goyer says he’s not sure that Warner Bros. should try to emulate Marvel’s approach, since it's still "really, really early."
Warner Bros. has tapped David S. Goyer and Justin Marks to adapt Simon Oliver and Robbi Rodriguez's Vertigo series, "FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics."
Marvel has made it official that the third "Captain America" film will open against DC icons Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman in May 2016.
Holly Hunter, Callan Mulvey & Tao Okamoto have joined the cast of Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel" sequel in roles newly created for the film.
A New York Times profile of Kevin Tsujihara notes that the series is expected to include a "Justice League" film.
Warner Bros. brought plenty of stars to its CinemaCon presentation, previewing "Godzilla," "Jersey Boys," "The Hobbit: There and Back Again" and more.
Director Brandon Vietti talks "Scooby-Doo! Wrestlemania Mystery," his own wrestling fandom and his still-under-wraps new DC animated project.
With the number of super hero adaptations only increasing, Brett White examines this next step in the genre's evolution.
Lena Headey, Eva Green, Callan Mulvey and Jack O'Connell talk about getting into character (and costume) -- as well as paying tribute to the first "300"
Appeals court ruling could have wider ramifications! The enduring appeal of Mega Man! Bob Fingerman on "Maximum Minimum Wage"! Plus much more!
Responding to comments made by Joel Silver, Zack Snyder defended his "Watchmen," and called Terry Gilliam's planned ending "completely insane."
Warner Bros. Television has released the first photo of star Grant Gustin in his costume as Barry Allen's superheroic alter ego, "The Flash."
NBC and Warner Bros. are reportedly close to casting "Criminal Minds" alumnus Matt Ryan as DC Comics' occult anti-hero.
"The O.C." and "Southland" alum will star in the Fox drama that will also follow a pre-teen Bruce Wayne and the rise of Batman's greatest villains.
Warner Bros. shared brand new footage from its "300" prequel at an event in ten cities across the U.S., and CBR News was there to share the experience.