Report: Warner Bros. Might Try to Lure a Major Star to Its Joker Origin Movie

Warner Bros.’ new Joker movie—and the new banner of “Elseworlds”-style movies in the DC universe—just got even weirder thanks to a new Hollywood report from The Hollywood Reporter. One that claims that WB is potentially looking at a huge actor to play the clown prince of crime: Leonardo DiCaprio. Read More >>

At This Point, it Seems Like Warner Brothers is Trying to Ruin DC’s Cinematic Universe

Though Warner Brothers and DC were slow to begin building their own shared cinematic universe in a fashion similar to Marvel’s, there was no reason to believe that they wouldn’t be able to pull it off successfully in their own time. Looking at the current state of things, though, that’s becoming increasingly difficult to believe. Read More >>

Report: WB Working on Joker and Harley Quinn Film By Creators of Crazy, Stupid, Love

Thought yesterday’s Joker-centric movie news was a huge surprise? Today’s newest development makes that look ho-hum: Warner Bros. is reportedly developing a Joker and Harley Quinn film, with Jared Leto and Margot Robbie coming back as Mr. J and Dr. Quinzel. Read More >>

Warner Bros. Needs to Stop Whining About All the Money Its DC Movies Made

Yesterday, the New York Times published a short profile on the current state of Warner Bros. titled “Warner Bros., Quietly Thriving, Recasts Its Own Story.” That article repeats a refrain we’ve heard from this company before: Why does everyone keep saying we’re in trouble? All those badly-reviewed movies still made money. Read More >>

Warner Bros. Targets Streaming Subreddit Over Piracy, Fails

You can find almost anything on Reddit, including free, pirated movies, which is why one movie studio has started to not just go after the sources of these videos, but the places that aggregate them. Read More >>

The Wonder Woman Teaser and Suicide Squad Trailer Could Barely Be More Different

Warner Bros. had a rather busy one last night, dropping both the new Suicide Squad trailer and a little look at Wonder Woman. The two movies are starkly different in tone, with one going for wacky and weird vibes, and the other, well, looking like a formulaic origin story. Yaaaawn. Go on, have a guess at which is which. Read More >>

How Hollywood Can Use the Law to Force You to Upgrade Your TV

So your mum bought you a copy of Mad Max: Fury Road on Ultra HD Blu-ray for Christmas and you want to play it on your old non-4K TV? A line of devices from HDfury makes it possible. Or at least, it used to. Read More >>

From Bugs Bunny to Wile E. Coyote: The Animation Genius of Chuck Jones

It's a good bet that you spent hundreds of childhood hours with Chuck Jones, even if you didn't know who he was at the time. "What's Up, Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones" is a new exhibition that chronicles the work of the legendary animator who breathed life into household names like Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Wile E. Coyote, and so very many more. Read More >>

Kevin Smith Claims Warner Bros. Will Release Seven DC Films in Three Years

Last week a supposed release schedule for Warner Bros. Justice League movie series was leaked, saying seven films would be released between 2016 and 2018. People, myself included, scoffed and declared it to be bullshit. It turns out that Kevin Smith, noted film-maker and comic book man, claims that it's the same schedule that he has seen. Read More >>

These Redesigned Acme Products are Beautifully Useless

Wile E. Coyote and his seemingly never-ending chase for the Road Runner has to be one of the most iconic cartoon pairings of all time. Almost nearly as renowned is the fictional company Acme that tirelessly pumped out the bizarre tools to help Coyote catch his ever elusive prey, to varying degrees of failure. Now a designer has taken the idea of those contraptions and refigured them – producing beautifully detailed technical diagrams. Read More >>

LEGO Film on Schedule for 2014 Release

Fresh from recent huge successes in the video game world, the Danish brickies at LEGO are teaming up with the film part of Warner Bros. to create a full, LEGO-based motion picture. Read More >>