Hollywood has long turned to novels, comicbooks, toys and videogames as sources for films and TV shows, but could Japan’s Pachinko games be next? “The Dark Knight” trilogy’s executive producer…
Warner Bros. kicked Saturday at Comic-Con with a big announcement: Batman and Superman will pair up in a new movie as the follow up to “Man of Steel.” Zack Snyder, who helmed “Man of Steel,” is…
"Iron Man 3" director-scribe Shane Black has closed a deal to co-write and helm "Doc Savage" at Sony as potentially his next project.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Although Warner Bros. and Marvel's animated direct-to-video featurettes largely play to a relatively narrow base of comicbook aficionados, "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Part 1" has the potential…
Few blockbusters have borne so heavy a burden of audience expectation as "The Dark Knight Rises," and Christopher Nolan steps up to the occasion with a cataclysmic vision of Gotham City under siege.
Having memorably explored the Caped Crusader's origins in "Batman Begins," director Christopher Nolan puts all of Gotham City under a microscope in "The Dark Knight," the enthralling second…
Lionsgate has acquired domestic and U.K. distribution rights to "The Spirit," a live adaptation of the classic Will Eisner comicbook series. Frank Miller wrote the script and will direct. This will…
Peter Segal is set to direct "Shazam!" for New Line, which is finally in the throes of conjuring up a film version of the venerable DC Comics franchise.
It's more Bruce Wayne than caped crusader in "Batman Begins," a telling of the legendary character's formative experiences that gives precedence to psychology over super-heroics. Lavishly produced…
Warner Bros. plummets to the dimmest recesses of popcorn inanity with "Catwoman," which, even by the standards of comic book adaptations, requires a suspension of disbelief surely beyond most…
The second "Batman" sequel succeeds on some basic levels while coming up short in others. On the plus side, the tone has lightened up after criticism of the last outing, and the film boasts…