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'Lore' Looking at 'Men in Black III' Director Barry Sonnenfeld to Lead The Rock

by Eric Walkuski September 25, 2012 @ 4:30 PM
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Based on its fantastical premise, 'Lore' was already sounding like the next 'Men in Black.' Now, with this latest development on the film, it's almost officially the next 'Men in Black.' 'MIB' helmer Barry Sonnenfeld is in talks to direct Warner Bros.' movie adaptation of the IDW comic, which has already lined up Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson to star.

Guillermo del Toro Calms Our Fears About 'Pacific Rim's' 3D

by Eric Walkuski September 24, 2012 @ 11:45 AM
A few weeks ago, we received the news that next summer's highly-anticipated monster movie 'Pacific Rim' would be getting the post-converted-3D treatment from Warner Bros. Some would call that a disheartening revelation, as the list of movies that have been post-converted well is a short one. Director Guillermo del Toro even initially displayed trepidation about it, but he has now seemingly come around on the matter, recently breaking down why we shouldn't expect the worst.

'Two And A Half Men' Creator Chuck Lorre Developing New Drama Series

by Kevin Fitzpatrick September 5, 2012 @ 8:30 PM
Valerie Macon, Getty Images
Is 'The Big Bang Theory' about to graduate into cold-hard facts of life?  It's not as crazy as it sounds, based on sitcom magnate Chuck Lorre's new deal with Warner Bros. TV!  The 'Two and a Half Men' creator has just inked a new contract that will allow Lorre to push into drama, as well as feature film, but will it mean short-changing all his beloved sitcoms?  Can Sheldon Cooper translate to the real world?

First Look at 'Beautiful Creatures' With New Photo and Details

by Katie Calautti August 9, 2012 @ 12:00 PM
Warner Bros.
Back in May, we were lucky enough to visit the Louisiana set of director Richard LaGravenese's latest film 'Beautiful Creatures,' and we're thrilled to give you a first glimpse at it's two talented young stars Alden Ehrenreich and Alice Englert, as well as some hints of more details and interviews to come!

'The Campaign' Review

by Jordan Hoffman August 7, 2012 @ 8:00 PM
Warner Bros.
Will Rogers is said to have said that "a fool and his money are soon elected." That was so 20th century. Were he around today he'd know to say "a fool and SOMEONE ELSE'S money are soon elected."
Perfectly timed for this November's battle at the ballot box, 'The Campaign' is a much needed jaundiced look at all that is wrong with the current brand of American democracy. It is the third fast-paced film about modern politics, after 'Recount' and 'Game Change,' from director Jay Roach. When the YouTube mashup artists get their hands on all the material, there will be many stretches where it will be impossible to tell which of the three films is fictional.

'The Campaign' Contest: Cast Your Vote With Some Free Prizes

by Nick Romano July 30, 2012 @ 11:00 AM
Warner Bros.
Even more exciting than the upcoming 2012 Presidential Election, Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis are going head-to-head in the political comedy 'The Campaign,' coming to the big screen August 10. If the trailers gave us any indication, it's going to be a lot of hair pulling, crossbow slinging, baby punching and all the drama you'd imagine coming along with a congressional election. We know you want a front-row seat to this showdown, which is why we've got a ton of 'Campaign'-related swagger and gear for you to win.

'Gangster Squad' + 'The Dark Knight' Shooting -- Is Warner Bros. Being Too Careful?

by Nick Romano July 26, 2012 @ 10:30 AM
Warner Bros.
'The Dark Knight Rises' theater shooting in Colorado has taken an emotional toll on the country, and none seem more sympathetic to the victims and their families than Warner Bros. Not only have director Christopher Nolan and the 'Dark Knight' cast expressed their condolences, but the production company has taken further steps in consideration of this tragic event at the expense of its upcoming flick 'Gangster Squad.'

'The Dark Knight Rises' Shooting Tragedy to Get a Donation From Warner Bros.

by George Roush July 23, 2012 @ 10:00 PM
Karl Gehring, Denver Post
Everyone has heard about the tragedy that struck moviegoers last weekend when a crazed maniac unloaded his weapons onto innocent civilians watching a midnight showing of 'The Dark Knight Rises,' killing 12 and injuring 58 others. Now Warner bros. hopes to help ease the pain and suffering by donating to those affected by the tragedy.