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.
WarnerMedia is reportedly looking into Ray Fisher's claims of abuse and misconduct during Joss Whedon's reshoots for 'Justice League'.
The Warner Bros studio has set up an anonymous system to allow cast and crew-members on movie sets to report instances where coronavirus safety precautions are not being adhered to.
If movie theaters are banking on Christopher Nolan's "Tenet" to ride to their rescue, they may have to wait a lot longer for help. That's the takeaway from a new note by Eric Handler, a leading exhibition industry analyst with MKM Partners, who predicts that there's a "low likelihood" that "Tenet" will open on Aug. […]
Both films went missing from the UK release calendar in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy return to our screens in a tenth anniversary re-release of Christopher Nolan's 'Inception'.
Yosemite Sam and Elmer Fudd are now unarmed, thanks to the reboot of the classic Looney Tunes characters on HBO's new streaming platform.
Director David Ayer has said that pulling together his own cut of 2016 superhero actioner Suicide Squad would be 'easy'.
Jerry O'Connell has voiced Superman in a series of movies since 2015, culminating in the new 'Justice League Dark: Apokolips War'.
'Gangs of London' director Gareth Evans speaks candidly about what his Deathstroke movie would have been, and why it didn't happen.
Despite reports to the contrary, Warner Bros. confirmed to IndieWire that Patty Jenkins' DC tentpole will get a proper theatrical bow.
A production assistant on the new Batwoman series has been left paralysed from the waist down after an accident on the show's set in Vancouver.
The trailer for the horror movie, featuring the voice of evil clown Pennywise, appeared on the Classical Lullabies on the music streaming app.
Batman fans will get to experience Gotham's underworld for themselves, with restaurants inspired by Harley Quinn and The Penguin.
While it's unlikely they'll be handcuffing people and jumping off buildings, the producer of the planned final movie in the Lethal Weapon series has revealed that Mel Gibson and Danny Glover are on board.