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The star of Broadway's current hit Green Day musical "American Idiot" and the "Arrested Development" funnyman enlist as Union army officers out for modern justice in June's "Jonah Hex" movie.
As Quentin Turnbull, the Southern rebel villain of "Jonah Hex," the acclaimed actor discusses his origins with the picture, his collaboration on set and the driving factors of his comic book villainy.
The star of the outlandish adaptation of DC Comics' scarred-up bounty hunter spoke with CBR about earning his spurs in "Jonah Hex," how they'll update the Western and what friends he brought along for the ride.
Director Jimmy Hayward and star Josh Brolin took CBR inside the set of their upcoming weird Western adaptation of the classic DC Comics anti-hero, explaining how they plan to upend the traditional Western genre.
"The Losers," opening this Friday, is a pleasing mix of laughs and action. Equal parts caper-flick and revenge-picture, it recalls a time when action movies were meant to be fun instead of morose morality plays.
Warner Bros. has released a new image from "Jonah Hex." Directed by Jimmy Hayward and starring Josh Brolin as the titular character alongside Megan Fox and John Malkovich, the movie hits theaters on June 18.
The cast, writer and director of "The Losers" assembled for a press conference last Sunday and CBR was there as the group discussed love scenes, fight scenes, the film's comic roots and actor Oscar Jaenada's eyes.
Cartoon Network has provided CBR with clips and pics from this week's new episode of "Batman: The Brave and the Bold," featuring guest stars Detective Chimp, B'Wana Beast and Vixen!
The man behind The Comedian sinks his teeth into a new comic book role as Jeffrey Dean Morgan leads the Losers as Clay, a man out for revenge, talks the next comic character he wants to play and more.
Before signing on to play Captain America, the actor best known as Johnny Storm sat down on the set of "The Losers" to talk cracking wise as computer hacker Jensen, what it was like working on "Scott Pilgrim" and more.
As the tattooed Aisha, Zoe Saldana brings an uncompromising tough girl take to the Losers' female team member and spoke with CBR about clashing with Morgan's Clay, taking on stunts and the future of "Star Trek."
Director Sylvain White, actor Columbus Short and others took CBR on a tour of the set for "The Losers," showing us the explosions, foul-mouthed camaraderie and more involved in adapting the acclaimed Vertigo title.
Warner Bros is looking to secure the rights of the popular manga series "Bleach" with an eye toward a feature film. In Japan, the series has already spun-off into TV, animated features, and even rock musicals.
Warner Brothers has confirmed for CBR that the Ryan Reynolds-starring, Martin Campbell-directed "Green Lantern" film will bow in 3 Dimensions when it brings Hal Jordan to multiplexes next year.
Warner Bros.' "Cop Out," in theaters today, offers moments of funny in a generally bland cop story of missing cards, cars, and women. While the leads are watchable, the film's overall shortcomings fall on director Kevin Smith.
With the film fate of the Man of Steel still in doubt with fans, the rumor mill continues to circle around the "Dark Knight" creative team with new word popping up that David Goyer will pen a Kryptonian-themed action flick.
Josh Keaton, who portrays Spidey on "Spectacular Spider-Man," brings his talents (and laser-quick tongue) to the DCU, voicing Flash for Warner Bros. Animation's recent release, "Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths."
Early word is that the sibling directing team behind the sleeper hit "The Book of Eli" will reteam with Warner Brothers and their comic-friendly screenwriter to bring the classic manga and anime to live action.
With the season finale less than a week away, Warner Bros, has released seven all-new teaser clips from the final episode of "Heroes: Brave New World," airing February 8 on NBC.
Warner Bros. has released the first full trailer for their highly anticipated adaptation of "The Losers," their big budget action movie scheduled for an April 9 release and based on the Vertigo series by Andy Diggle and Jock.
"The Book of Eli," opening January 15, is a well-made science fiction actioner with good performances, genuine twists and thoughtful spiritual and philosophical themes that will stay with the viewer long after the film is over.
Writer Gary Whitta spoke with CBR News in a one-on-on interview discussing the nature of "The Book of Eli," the caliber of acting involved and the miracle of a movie that looks and feels like what the original writer put to paper.
Allen and Albert Hughes, directors of "The Book of Eli," talked with CBR news about how they work together, the challenges of making a film like "Eli," working with stars Denzel Washington and Gary Oldman and more.
"The Book of Eli" star Denzel Washington spoke with CBR News about his new film, developing the character of Eli, some of the movie's deeper themes, learning how to fight with a sword and more.
CBR spoke with producers Joel Silver, Susan Downey and Lionel Wigram about the upcoming "Sherlock Holmes" movie, starring Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law, discussing the film's fresh take on Holmes, its comics link and more.
While "Batman: Arkham Asylum" did not take home any awards at the Spike Video Game Awards ceremony, the game's developer, Rocksteady Studios, was named Studio of the Year and a teaser trailer for the sequel was unveiled.
The co-screenwriter of the Wachowskis-produced, high intensity, anime-inspired martial arts action flick talked with CBR News about how the movie came together, why ninjas are like sharks and his connection with the comic book world.
Fan favorite writer J. Michael Straczynski spoke with CBR about the soon to be released "Ninja Assassin" and his other current writing projects, including a TV pilot for FOX and an unnamed Superman project for DC Comics.
An accomplished storyboard artist who worked on "Superman/Doomsday,” “Green Lantern: First Flight” and more, Sam Liu takes over the director’s chair for “Superman/Batman: Public Enemies."
Warner Bros. Pictures Group President Jeff Robinov has implemented a plan to restructure DC Comics. WB's Diane Nelson has been put in charge of the publisher, with Paul Levitz resigning as President and Publisher.
Warner Bros. gave a presentation to Comic-Con attendees that included "Where The Wild Things Are," Denzel Washington & Gary Oldman's "The Book of Eli," Jackie Earle Haley's "Nightmare on Elm Steet" and Robert Downey, Jr.'s "Sherlock Holmes."
Director Jimmy Hayward and Producer Andrew Lazar join Josh Brolin, Megan Fox and Michael Fassbender, the stars of “Jonah Hex,” to talk to the press. at CCI about Warner Bros. adaptation of the DC Comic’s character.
THR is reporting that Geoff Johns will produce and co-write a “Flash” feature film, with additional news that Grant Morrison and Marv Wolfman have been hired by Warners as consultants on their superhero properties.
Variety is reporting that actor Ryan Reynolds (“X-Men Origins: Wolverine”) has landed the coveted role of Hal Jordan in the Warner Bros. live-action film based on the popular DC series.
CBR Legal Expert Brian Cronin offers analysis on Wednesday's decision in the ongoing battle between DC/Warner Bros. and Jerry Siegel's heirs, the latest involving disputes over recent licensing agreements for projects like "Superman Returns."
A court has ruled that DC Comics and Warner Bros. Entertainment did not violate a licensing agreement with Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel's heirs with respect to "Superman Returns" and "Smallville."
Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow Pictures has provided CBR with a set of photos from Guy Ritchie's upcoming "Sherlock Holmes" movie, starring Robert Downey Jr., Jude Law and Rachel McAdams.