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Lego Batman movie in the works

Ryan Lambie News Oct 11, 2014

One of the best-received characters in The Lego Movie is getting his own movie. Look out for Lego Batman in 2017...

The Harry Potter spin-offs Warner Bros could do next

Caroline Preece Top 10 Aug 18, 2014

As Warner Bros announces its Fantastic Beasts set of Harry Potter films, Caroline wonders what other film spin-offs we could see next...

Can Batman Vs Superman answer Man Of Steel's critics?

James Thompson Feature Jan 8, 2014

Could Man Of Steel's more controversial elements be satisfyingly paid off in Batman Vs Superman? It's certainly possible, James writes...

A closer look at the trailer for Gareth Edwards' Godzilla

Ryan Lambie Feature Dec 11, 2013

The first trailer for Gareth Edwards' Godzilla landed yesterday. We take a closer look at its finer details...

That Akira live-action remake may be back on again

Ryan Lambie News Aug 2, 2013

The saga of Warner's adaptation of the anime classic Akira continues, as the director of Unknown is in talks to return...

7 ways Warner Bros can make a Dungeons & Dragons movie work

Liam Macleod Odd List May 10, 2013

As word spreads that Warner Bros has bought the rights to Dungeons & Dragons, Liam explains how a new movie adaptation could work...

Guillermo del Toro confirms DC's Dark Universe movie

Ryan Lambie News Jan 8, 2013

Swamp Thing, The Demon and Deadman are three of the characters who'll appear in DC's confirmed Dark Universe movie...

Warner Bros and the search for a new franchise

Simon Brew Feature

Batman is gone. The Hangover is ending. The Titans may just have fallen. Are the days of Warner Bros and big franchises coming to an end?

The Akira remake: what will survive of the original?

Ryan Lambie News Oct 26, 2011

As Warner gives the green light to Akira, we wonder, just what will be left of the anime and manga after its trip to Hollywood?

Alternate Cover: Warner creates DC Entertainment

James Hunt News Sep 14, 2009

Following hot on the heels of Disney buying Marvel, Warner has now set up DC Entertainment. So what does this mean?