Cillian Murphy lands a bombshell roll as Oppenheimer.
Ending a long work relationship with Warner Brothers, the auteur director sets his next film with Universal.
Jackman has returned to his stoic, macho, action-star roots in this genre-blended film.
One of the biggest media mergers of late just took hold. WarnerMedia and Discovery have just combined into a new company with Discovery CEO David Zaslov at the helm.
The iconic Batman story by Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale is about to hit the small screen in big ways. Comicbook.com just revealed that stars Jensen Ackles, Josh Duhamel, Troy Baker, and the late Naya Rivera all have notable parts to play in the two-part film adaptation of the DC Comics tentpole tale of holiday-themed mystery and murder tale.
Zack Snyder admitted he has never seen Joss Whedon’s version of “Justice League,” and most likely never will. He’ll also be skipping the paycheck in order to have complete creative control in order to make the film he originally sought out to do in 2017.
Nolan may decide to leave Warner Bros. in wake of theatrical releases on HBO Max
Christopher Nolan’s plans for the Dark Knight movies famously changed after Heath Ledger tragically passed away. Now, fans have an even clearer picture of how the director truly envisioned ending the mobster’s arc.
Welcome to volume 7 of TCN’s Cultured Spotlight and today we will be discussing the one and only, Batman.
You either die a forgotten film, or live long enough to see yourself in the National Film Registry. The Blues Brothers, The Dark Knight, and Shrek are among the 25 films that have been added to The National Film Registry.