Armie Hammer Says He Wants To Join 'The Batman'Comicbook.com reports Armie Hammer says he has not been approached by Warner Bros. to replace Ben Affleck as Batman.
American Bond 'Jett Day' Being Developed By Warner Bros.The studio is working on a new action adventure flick that it hopes will kick start an American super spy franchise rivaling the classic British character according to "That Hashtag Show," the project has been created by "Ozark" writer Bill DuBuque.
Here's How 'You' Went from an Overlooked Lifetime Show to a Netflix HitThe Hollywood Reporter analyzes how 'You' Went from an Overlooked Lifetime Show to a Netflix Hit.
Margot Robbie To Play Barbie In New Film About The DollOn Tuesday Warner Bros and Mattel announced that they will partner on "Barbie," the movie about a doll that has been around for 60-years.
Walking Dead Star Shares Superhero AspirationsKatelyn Nacon, who plays Hilltop medic Enid on "The Walking Dead," wants to suit up as DC Comics’ "Teen Titans" superheroine Raven.
HBO Releases Trailer For Final Game Of Thrones SeasonWarner Bros. just revealed a brand new teaser for "Game of Thrones," giving fans their first look at the final season of the long-running fantasy epic. The
‘Aquaman’ Wins Rave Early ReactionsJust over a year since the mixed critical and audience reception for “Justice League,” fans of the Warner Bros.’ DC-verse are looking for James Wan’s “Aquaman” to get the series back on track.
Ewan McGregor Set To Play Villain In Warner Bros.'s 'Birds Of Prey'Ewan McGregor Set to Play Villain in Warner Bros.'s "Birds of Prey"
Andy Muschietti To Adapt H.G. Wells’ ‘The Time Machine’ After 'It: Chapter Two'According to a report by SFGate, director Andy Muschietti's follow up to "It: Chapter Two" will be an adaptation of H.G. Wells 'The Time Machine' for Warner Bros. Studio. T
Mark Wahlberg’s ‘Six Billion Dollar Man’ Movie Shelved?According to SF Gate, Mark Wahlberg’s “Six Billion Dollar Man” has been taken off Warner Bros.’ release schedule.
Could A Classic Popular TV Show Be Leaving Netflix?Well, 2019 might be The One That Saw Netflix Lose Friends, according to an analysis detailed by Deadline.