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The actress was cast as Batgirl, a.k.a. Barbara Gordon, in the film that Warner Bros. no longer plans to release.
James Gunn has not been shy about how much he enjoyed playing with a different superhero sandbox in 'The Suicide Squad'.
Christopher Nolan is reportedly still so incensed with Warner Bros that he might not ever work with the studio again.
Warner Bros has announced an origin story for Roald Dahl's bizarre factory boss, with Tom Holland and Timothée Chalamet on the casting shortlist.
The new Willy Wonka prequel movie has been slated for release in 2023 by the Warner Brothers studio, it's been confirmed.
Patty Jenkins, the director of Wonder Woman and Wonder Woman 1984, has hit back over headlines claiming that she was 'at war' with the Warner Bros studio.
The 'Justice League' actor described Hamada as a 'dangerous enabler' as part of his ongoing dispute with Warner Bros.
Director Patty Jenkins and star Gal Gadot are set to return to complete their DC superhero trilogy.
Legendary, the producer of Denis Villeneuve's new version of Frank Herbert's sci-fi classic Dune, is threatening lawsuits if the movie goes straight to streaming.
Tom Hanks has opened up about the recent changes to the film industry, saying they were due to happen before the global pandemic.
Warner Bros shook the film industry last week when announcing its 2021 slate of movies – including Dune, Matrix 4 and The Suicide Squad – would launch on HBO Max simultaneously with cinemas in the US.
George Clooney has said that starring as Batman in Joel Schumacher's Batman & Robin taught him to prioritise scripts over parts.
David Fincher has has slammed Joaquin Phoenix and Todd Phillips' movie Joker, branding it 'a betrayal of the mentally ill'.
Campaigners said the film was another example of films linking disability or physical impairments to evil characters.
Watch: Tenet trailer Considering the circumstances in which it was released – amid a global pandemic – Christopher Nolan's Tenet had the privilege of being the only new movie out in months.
Fisher made the latest claims as part of his ongoing public battle with Warner Bros over the reshoots for the 2017 movie.
Ray Fisher will join Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot and others when Snyder gets cameras rolling in October.
Warner Bros have denied claims that Tenet director Christopher Nolan forced the studio to release it into cinemas.