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Mega Talks: Warner Brothers

Episode 2: Warner Brothers

The studio that brought us Bugs Bunny and the rest of the Looney crew, Warner Brothers has been around for generations. Bring to life some of the most popular children books by making our magical dreams come to life. 26 more words

Podcast

Injustice 2 is what the DC Cinematic Universe should aspire to

One of my favourite comic book series of the past five years has been the (mostly) Tom Taylor-penned Injustice: Gods Among Us. It originally began as a tie-in to the Warner Brothers Interactive video game released back in 2013. 546 more words

General

Justice League Dark Loses Director Doug Liman

In the trend of DC and Warner Bros. losing directors to other films, this report will not break that trend by any means so don’t worry… 334 more words

MOVIE NEWS

'Wonder Woman' Will Not Have Post Credit Scene

Written By: Thomas Brewington

Every comic book movie has a post-credit scene now, right? Wonder Woman is looking to go against the grain.

Warner Bros.’ next installment in the DC Universe won’t have a post-credits scene, according to producer Charles Roven. 206 more words

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Zack Snyder Stepping Down From Justice League Due To Family Tragedy

Parents shouldn’t have to bury their children… but it’s when tragedies like the one the Snyder family faced last March do we realize the extent of what it means to humans more than to be just fans. 344 more words

MOVIE NEWS

Screwball Comedian: Joe E. Brown in ALIBI IKE (Warner Brothers 1935)

We’re about a quarter of the way through the baseball season, so let’s take a trip to the ballpark with Joe E. Brown in ALIBI IKE, a 1935 comedy based on a story by Ring Lardner, one of the best baseball writers of the early 20th Century.  630 more words

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Screwball Comedian: Joe E. Brown in ALIBI IKE (Warner Brothers 1935)

We’re about a quarter of the way through the baseball season, so let’s take a trip to the ballpark with Joe E. Brown in ALIBI IKE, a 1935 comedy based on a story by Ring Lardner, one of the best baseball writers of the early 20th Century.  630 more words

Cracked Rear Viewer