Warner Bros.’ reverse-action sci-fi thriller and Pixar’s look at a Black jazz musician’s reflection on his own life and what makes it worth living were honored by the Critics Choice Association at their 26th annual ceremony.
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Los Angeles-based Natasha Gould will lead business development on the west coast; Martin Perkins has been named the studio’s new business and bidding manager for the London office.
Watch Gal Gadot kick ass Wonder Women, mixing it up with new BFF turned villain Kristen Wiig, as she once again holds the fate of the world in her hands; now available on Premium Video on Demand.
'Greyhound,' 'Mank,' ‘The Invisible Man,’ and ‘The Midnight Sky’ round out the Critics Choice Association nominations in the Best Visual Effects category for the upcoming 26th annual awards.
New 2021 rules promote diversity in membership and voting; Pixar’s animated feature ‘Soul’ longlisted in five categories including Best Film, Animated Film, Special Visual Effects, Original Score, and Sound.
While one might think the ‘Wonder Woman’ director was hired for her talents and ideas, she claims she was initially hired ‘simply’ because she was a woman.
The director claims Steve’s body-swap plot was a play on the popular 80s film trope, and an example of what ‘not’ to do.
Actor calls out Warner Bros., citing DC Films president Walter Hamada as a ‘dangerous kind of enabler,’ effectively ending his career as Cyborg.
On the heels of ‘Wonder Woman 1984’s successful release last week, Warner Bros. announces the next sequel in the planned superhero trilogy is a go from the dynamic Jenkins / Gadot duo, with Kristen Wiig possibly reprising her role as Cheetah.
Warner Bros’ announcement that entire 2021 lineup of 17 films will stream on HBO Max simultaneously with their theatrical releases continues to raise the ire of directors and production houses
Disney Animation’s upcoming animated fantasy-adventure will be available to subscribers of the streaming platform for a premium fee on March 5, 2021, the same day it hits cinemas.
Festive month-long slate includes episodes of ‘Apple & Onion,’ ‘Total Dramarama,’ ‘Thundercats Roar!’ and a not to be missed airing of ‘Wonder Woman’ with exclusive content in the lead up to HBO Max’s Christmas day premiere of ‘Wonder Woman 1984.’
Warner Bros. will be bringing Christmas cheer to its U.S. streaming platform subscribers as well as theatregoers who brave the pandemic, as it announces its highly anticipated kick-ass superhero film, directed by Patty Jenkins and starring Gal Gadot, will open both in cinemas and living rooms December 25.
Cinema runs for 20th Century Studios’ ‘Free Guy’ and ‘Death on the Nile’ have been postponed until next year, leaving Warner Bros’ ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ as the last big studio film still scheduled to hit theatres in 2020.
Warner Bros. once more moves the release date - hopefully it sticks this time - of their highly anticipated kick-ass superhero film, directed by Patty Jenkins and starring Gal Gadot.
Fans were treated to sneak peeks of games, trailers and surprise announcements; day two of DCFanDome.com is coming September 12.
Global DC Multiverse immersive gathering will highlight WB games, film, TV and comic announcements, cast and creator presentations and exclusive preview footage.
Melissa Taylor, Siobhan Bentley and Tamara Boutcher will oversee feature animation and VFX services in London and Montreal studios.