Birds of Prey Soundtrack

Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) is hitting theaters next month, continuing the story of Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie). Once the Clown Princess of Crime, the Suicide Squad character has cut ties with the Joker, and it somehow may have made her even crazier. But it’s all good, because she has a new girl gang to keep her company and deal with Ewan McGregor as the latest dude to give her troubles. And based on the recently released Birds of Prey soundtrack trailer, they’ll have some real bangers to keep the hype train moving along. Read More »

animated mortal kombat movie

Mortal Kombat is taking the fight across different mediums. An animated Mortal Kombat movie is currently in development at Warner Bros. Animation and is set to debut before the new live-action film even hits theaters. Warner Bros. Animation has set the animated Mortal Kombat movie, titled Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge, for a 2020 debut with Joel McHale and Jennifer Carpenter set to star.

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The CW’s Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover just got a whole lot bigger. The multiverse-spanning crossover event, which was the Arrowverse’s most ambitious enterprise yet, had already pulled off cameos from beloved TV properties like Smallville, Batman: The Animated Series, and had Brandon Routh pulling double duty as a Kingdom Come-inspired Superman. However, last night’s finale brought in a cameo that drew a connection between the TV Arrowverse and the films’ DC Extended Universe.

Spoilers ahead for The Flash and Crisis on Infinite Earths.

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Joker rerelease

Not content with having the highest-grossing R-rated movie in history, Warner Bros. has decided to put Todd PhillipsJoker back in theaters to capitalize on all of its recent awards attention. The Joker rerelease will hit more than 750 theaters in North America starting this Friday, January 17.
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Peter Sarsgaard Talks The Batman Production

Production on The Batman is underway right now over in London. So far, all we know is director Matt Reeves has assembled an exceptional cast to surround Robert Pattinson as the new Dark Knight. There’s Colin Farrell, who was recently confirmed to play The Penguin, Zoe Kravitz as the sneaky Catwoman, and Jeffrey Wright as Commissioner Gordon. However, we don’t yet know who Peter Sarsgaard will play in the movie. But that hasn’t stopped the actor from discussing what making The Batman feels like, which he compares to see The Pixies in concert when he was in college. Wait, what? Read More »

Harry Potter Store

Accio Harry Potter merchandise! That’s what you’ll be saying when the first ever flagship Harry Potter store is opened by Warner Bros. in New York City this summer.

A press release has announced the opening of an official Harry Potter store that will become a permanent fixture and inevitable tourist attraction in the iconic Flatiron building at 935 Broadway. It will feature the the largest collection of Harry Potter (and Fantastic Beasts) merchandise in the world, including some items that you’ll only be able to get at this store. Find out more below. Read More »

Tenet budget

According to multiple reports, Warner Bros. is shelling out 205 million clams for Christopher Nolan‘s Tenet – and that’s not including all of the advertising money the studio will spend to get butts in seats for the film’s release. But $200 million isn’t what it used to be; though that may seem like a high budget, it’s no longer enough to put the film in the rarified company of the most expensive movies ever made.
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Update: An in-the-know source has reached out to correct some of the information in this story. Turns out that Cinelytic is only being used by Warner Bros. International as an additive tool to help select release dates, and not, as many have suggested, in any sort of major creative capacity. Our original story continues below.

The frequent tug-of-war between art and commerce means that there have long been Hollywood studio executives whose jobs include looking at analytics and trying to assess whether greenlighting a certain film will be financially beneficial to their shareholders. Now Warner Bros. is inviting artificial intelligence into the equation, because the studio has signed a deal with a company called Cinelytic to use its project management system and “leverage the system’s comprehensive data and predictive analytics to guide decision-making at the greenlight stage.” Is this situation as bad as it sounds?

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The Flash Movie Story

When a standalone movie for The Flash was first announced by Warner Bros. Pictures at San Diego Comic-Con back in 2017, fans were psyched that it would be called Flashpoint. But since then, after the disappointment of Justice League, there have been some major fluctuations in the direction of the DCEU, not to mention cycling through several different directors who have come and gone from The Flash movie itself. But IT director Andy Muschietti, the latest filmmaker attached to the movie, appears to be bringing it back around to Flashpoint, but with some kind of twist. Read More »

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the batman has begun filming

It’s been nearly three years since Zack Snyder’s Justice League gave us the most recent live-action version of Batman on the big screen. (Young Bruce Wayne in Joker doesn’t count). But today, the countdown to seeing a new version of The Dark Knight officially begins: Matt ReevesThe Batman has begun filming in London.
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