LeBron James stars alongside Bugs Bunny in the follow up to the 1996 movie about basketball-playing aliens.
These are some of the numbers that represent an unforgettable and very tumultuous year.
"Some of our industry's biggest filmmakers and most important movie stars went to bed the night before thinking they were working for the greatest movie studio and woke up to find out they were working for the worst streaming service," Nolan said.
The movie company will release their films in theaters and on the premium summer next year.
The actor was dropped from his role in the "Harry Potter" prequel after losing a high-profile "wife-beater" libel case against "The Sun" newspaper.
After realizing that it would be more cost effective to blow up a real plane for a scene in "Tenet," Nolan opted to go that route rather than use CGI effects.
Bezos also purchased a plot of land from the estate of late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen for $90 million.
While talking about the writing process for "The Rise of Skywalker," screenwriter Chris Terrio hinted at a potential "Justice League" Snyder Cut announcement in the coming months.
Someone tell Joaquin Phoenix nobody messes with Robert De Niro.
Family and friends of victims of the the 2012 Aurora, Colorado mass shooting during a screening of "The Dark Knight Rises" have asked Warner Bros. to address gun violence ahead of the release of their "Joker" film.
Roughly two years after the release of Justice League diehard DC Comics fans still have one demand–the release of the "Snyder Cut." But what is it, exactly?
Kreisberg was suspended Friday by Warner Bros. Television Group.
Cooper will also make his directorial debut with the Warner Bros. production.
The team behind "Shazam!" tells Newsweek what they're doing differently.
The Warner Bros. movie set a new August opening weekend record, taking $135 million.
Ayer apologized on Twitter after making an unflattering comment at his film's world premiere.
Eddie Redmayne steps into the magical world of 'Harry Potter' in the fantasy spin-off.
'Batman v Superman' was criticized for being too dark, so is Warner Bros rethinking its next move?
Josh Hartnett as Superman? How Warner Bros. first developed, and abandoned, 'Batman vs. Superman.'
The Warner Bros. film is from the director behind the final four 'Harry Potter' movies.
Warner Bros. has given the movie the greenlight, says the film director.
The movie cost $150 million to make but grossed only $15.3 million in opening weekend in North America.
Days before the teaser was to be screened at IMAX theaters, a bootleg version reportedly appeared online.