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DC Entertainment president Diane Nelson revealed that Wonder Woman won't be taking a ride in her invisible jet any time soon.
After multiple incidents became public, DC states the company is taking steps to ensure anti-harassment policies are "respected and reinforced."
The late writer will be officially recognized in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" and "Gotham" for his contributions in creating the Bat-mythos.
DC President Diane Nelson says Warner Bros. is happy presenting fans with multiple universes across its DC Comics film and television projects.
Following the departure of Brad Globe next spring, DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson will oversee the consumer products division.
At Time Warner's annual shareholder meeting, DC Entertainment president Diane Nelson spoke of the importance of female characters and creators.
DC Entertainment president Diane Nelson further clarifies the reasons behind moving the publishing side of DC from New York to Burbank.
DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson has distributed an e-mail to staff confirming that all operations will move to Burbank. UPDATED.
DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson and DC Comics Co-Publisher Jim Lee introduce the company's newest digital comics initiative: DC² and DC²: Multiverse, a new, interactive approach to storytelling.
The President of DC Entertainment speaks with CBR News about today's changes from the fate of WildStorm to the future of a digital team in Burbank and more.
Outgoing DC Comics President & Publisher Paul Levitz and newly appointed DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson talk to CBR News about the restructuring of DC and what it means for comics publishing, multimedia and beyond.
Warner Bros. has officially announced that Paul Levitz is to segue from President & Publisher of DC Comics to writer, contributing editor and overall consultant to the new DC Entertainment, under President Diane Nelson.
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.