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With the news of Joseph Gordon-Levitt producing a “Sandman” movie, ROBOT 6’s Corey Blake wonders whether an adaptation of the landmark comic is a good idea.
As a report emerges that the Oscar nominee is being eyed as the antagonist in "Batman Vs. Superman," Warner Bros. brings in "Argo" writer Chris Terrio to polish the script.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt is reportedly "finalizing" a deal to produce a "Sandman" adaptation with David Goyer, and possibly star in the film.
The "Heroes" and "Prison Break" alum will guest star on the hit drama as a brilliant criminal nicknamed the Clock King.
In the latest "Man of Steel" sequel news, "Conan the Barbarian" actor Jason Momoa is reportedly in talks to join the film in an unknown role.
Warner Bros. has released the newest trailer for "300: Rise of an Empire" featuring a close look at Xerxes, Artemisia and lots of combat.
The film commonly referred to as "Batman vs. Superman" has added Wonder Woman, to be played by "Fast & Furious" actress Gal Gadot.
No matter how many Batman collectibles you own, you’re not truly a fan until you own a licensed, roadworthy replica of the 1966 TV Batmobile.
"Arrow" co-creator Greg Berlanti confirms there haven’t been any discussions about connecting the hit CW drama to Warner Bros.’ superhero movies.
Warner Bros. is developing Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' "Sleeper" for film, with Ben Affleck and Matt Damon attached as producers.
A new rumor has "Man of Steel" writer David S. Goyer in talks to adapt "Sandman" for Warner Bros., with Joseph Gordon-Levitt in the title role.
Warner Bros. has gone on a domain-registration spree, leading to speculation that the studio hasn’t settled on a "Man of Steel" sequel title.
NYC retailer Midtown Comics claim they received a poster from Warner Bros. advertising "Wonder Twins" starring Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis.
Guillermo del Toro confirms the "Justice League Dark" movie is still alive, and that it'll connect to DC's existing live-action plans.
DC Entertainment co-publishers Jim Lee and Dan DiDio addressed DC Comics' 2015 move, promising a "bigger, better and stronger" company. UPDATED with screenshot referencing Donna Troy and Wally West.
"Girls" actor Adam Driver is reportedly up for the part of Nightwing in the "Man of Steel" sequel, though Warner Bros. has not commented.
Another week, another "Batman vs. Superman" rumor: This time it’s that an adult Dick Grayson may appear in Zack Snyder’s "Man of Steel" sequel.
Will Arnett’s Batman introduces the new trailer for "The LEGO Movie," the upcoming 3D-animated adventure from the directors of "Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs."
Explaining why he accepted the role of the Dark Knight, Ben Affleck says, "part of the thrill and the risk is that initially it confounds expectations."
A Warner Bros. exec addressed rumors of Wonder Woman and other DC heroes in "Batman Vs. Superman," plus Ben Affleck's controversial casting.
Geoff Johns, Paul DIni, Guillermo del Toro and more explain what makes a great bad guy in a clip from "Necessary Evil: Super-Villains of DC Comics."
The untitled "Man of Steel" sequel is set to film in Los Angeles this weekend, during halftime of an East Los Angeles College football game.
"Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox" director Jay Oliva and writer Jim Krieg visited the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con International to talk about the latest DC Animated feature and more.
Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara has big plans for DC Comics' superhero properties, saying, "We need to get Wonder Woman on the big screen or TV."
"Batman: Arkham Origins" - the third game in the critically acclaimed, highly successful "Arkham" series - takes place early in Batman's career, and CBR News has a first impression of the soon-to-be-released game.
While most Wonder Woman fan films see the DC Comics heroine take on street-level threats, the impressive new short from Rainfall Films sees Diana face obstacles both mythological and modern.
Warner Bros.' 3D re-release "The Wizard of Oz" underscores the timelessness of great storytelling, as well as the leaps in technology that have occurred in just a few short years.
Ben Affleck appeared on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" to discuss how he became the next big screen Batman and why, despite warnings from Warner Bros., he wasn't fully prepared for Internet reactions to his casting.
According to Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara, the Batman played by Ben Affleck in the 2015 "Man of Steel" sequel will be "tired and weary and seasoned," and "perfect for the vision" of the film.
Jon Schepp's documentary about "Superman Lives," the scrapped Tim Burton film starring Nic Cage as the Man of Steel, Chris Rock as Jimmy Olsen, Tim Allen as Brainiac, has released a teaser trailer.
"Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston has seemingly dismissed a widely circulated report that he'll appear as Lex Luthor in no fewer than six Warner Bros. films, laughing, "Six? This is all news to me."
With the Bryan Cranston as Lex Luthor rumors still unsubstantiated, CBR looks at the casting situation and wonders what actor would be the perfect antagonist for Zack Snyder's "Superman/Batman."
With "Man of Steel" set to debut in Japan, director Zack Snyder discussed what motivated the controversial destruction in the film's climactic battle between Superman and Zod.
The "Man of Steel" sequel pairing DC Comics' Batman and Superman has its first shooting location, as the Michigan Film Office announced the feature will film early next year in Detroit and throughout the state.
The script for the planned 2002 film "Batman Vs. Superman" by Andrew Kevin Walker and Akiva Goldsman has surfaced online, bringing a look at how DC and Warner Bros. planned to get a new Batman film off the ground.
Warner Bros. has turned to "Short Circuit" screenwriter Matt Lieberman to help bring Scooby, Shaggy, Velma and the gang back to the big screen in an all-new animated feature.
Ben Affleck's casting as DC Comics hero Batman has struck a serious chord with observers, with fans and industry professionals alike making their opinions clear on Twitter.
Soon after Ben Affleck was announced as the latest big-screen Batman, fan petitions surfaced on Change.org calling for Warner Bros. to reverse their casting decision.
CBR wants to know, what do you think of the news that Ben Affleck is returning to the world of big-screen superheroes as the Dark Knight in Warner Bros. upcoming "Batman/Superman" film?