Let the inevitable Twitter battle begin.
Three Warner Bros movies got release dates, so mark your calendars for ‘Dark Shadows’, ‘Rivals’ and ‘Journey 2′. Or just let their incessant marketing campaigns remind you.
Is this the result of a night where WB marketing executives partied too hard?
Who’s this pit for: Ra’s al Ghul or Bane? Time to fire up the Batputer and process these clues.
Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream. That dream had nothing to do with there being a biopic about his life, let alone two competing biopics.
The universe is gonna be saved by Ryan Reynolds, Forehead Man, Ugly Dog Face Man, and Chicken Fish: The Superhero.
Screenwriter Fogelman got Cruise attached to his untitled new movie pitch and sold it for millions. I guess Scientology powers are real.
Hal Jordan is imagi-ring-ing a machine gun slash acceptable nightlight.
The upcoming, animated ‘Batman: Year One’ has a cast. Here’s who will get paid a bundle for a few hours in a voice record booth…
This can only be the work of Lex Luthor. Or whoever it is running Warner Bros.
Michael Clarke Duncan took the green mile all the way to Green Lantern planet in his green machine. I assume he has a green machine.
His work with Ted Danson comes first.
I’d also like to see cowboys fight mummies. Here’s hoping they can work that in here.
Don’t worry. We’re going to see a revised marketing onslaught soon enough.
Guys, a Justice League movie is definitely happening. Or rather, the opposite of that?
No, these movies are not just gonna sit on an executive’s shelf as multi-million dollar dust catchers. They’re coming to theaters.
Andrew Garfield, James McAvoy and Robert Pattinson are all up for the lead role of Tetsuo. If the audition requires shirtlessness, Pattinson’s got the experience edge.
Today we got word that Gordon-Levitt has signed the Bat Contract with Warner Bros. and will enter Gotham city limits. Juno Temple might join him.
If you build a ‘Superman’ reboot, Kevin Costner will come. Specifically, he’ll come on board as Clark Kent’s dad for Zack Snyder’s ‘Superman: Man of Steel’.
Science tells us that the immense popularity of ‘Revenge of the Nerds’ was bound to inspire a film called ‘Revenge of the Jocks’ sooner or later.
What would get primarily indie filmmaker Richard Linkletter to helm a big budget remake of ‘The Incredible Mr. Limpet’? I’m guessing millions of dollars in worms.
The Kraken was nothing compared to tween girls desperately in need of a new ‘Twilight’. Even so, Warner Bros is acting bravely, pitting their ‘Titans’ against ‘Hunger Games’.
A movie with this much boob and gun can’t be bad, right? Can it? Maybe mix a little Jon Hamm (“Mad Men”) in there for credibility, just in case.
Lionel Wigram, the man responsible for turning Sherlock Holmes into a bare knuckle brawler, has a new project he’d like to bring to the screen.
Daniel Radcliffe isn’t out of the Forbidden Forest just yet.
Keeping in the spirit of remaking everything just because, there’s a rumor going around that Guy Ritchie is eager to remake Cannonball Run.
Having had enough with the craft services available on independent film sets, Ryan Gosling would like to move onto projects with better food like ‘Logan’s Run’.
Stephen King has worked hard to earn his status as a best-selling author and Maine’s creepiest man. That’s why producers of the upcoming remake of his end of days epic The Stand should listen to his advice.
I guess people like NBC’s ‘Community’ so much, they want to see one of Chevy Chase’s best movies remade, but not starring him?
Executives at Warner Bros. and CBS Films have been beckoned by Mother Abagail to make a movie version of ‘The Stand.’