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Warner Bros. Heads to the Fourth Realm with The Traveler

With the impending success of the media juggernaut that is The Hunger Games, the studios are searching high and low for what could be the next big thing. Because of this fact Warner Bros. has found itself in an entirely different realm.

Trailer, Poster, and Official Synopsis for Chernobyl Diaries

As promised yesterday, the trailer has arrived for Chernobyl Diaries, written by Oren Peli, Carey Van Dyke, and Shane Van Dyke and directed by Brad Parker. Along with it come the film's official poster and a more detailed synopsis.

A First Look at Chernobyl Diaries

Warner Bros. plans to release the trailer for horror-thriller Chernobyl Diaries, coming on Memorial Day weekend, tomorrow, March 16th; and to whet your appetites a bit, they've shared the first still from the flick, which of course we have right here!

New Line Finds Writers for Y The Last Man

Another comic adaptation is on its way from New Line, and we've got the scoop on what's next and who's writing it. Read on for all the latest details of Y The Last Man

Is Warner Brothers the Next Studio to Climb The Dark Tower?

After Universal passed on moving forward with the planned three-film, two-TV miniseries adaptation of Stephen King’s post-apocalyptic tale The Dark Tower, Ron Howard and Brian Grazer pledged to keep the project going, and it looks like they just might... with Warner Bros.

More Low Budget Horror Flicks Coming from Warner Bros. and Primal Pictures

Given the success of movies like Paranormal Activity and Insidious, Hollywood is finally catching on to the fact that you don't need a huge budget to make a good movie. Yeah, and the box office dollars don't hurt either!

Live-Action Bleach Adaptation Coming Our Way from Warner Bros.

VIZ Media has announced that Warner Bros. Pictures has acquired the live-action feature film rights to the hit manga and anime property Bleach, created by Tite Kubo.

CONTEST CLOSED! Win a Copy of The Fades on DVD!

We've been talking about the sinister new show from the UK "The Fades" for a few days now and have decided one thing ... it is cool enough for us to let you check out a copy on us! Read on for details.

Warner Bros. Moving Forward with Another Installment of I Am Legend

It was back in mid-2011 when we last spoke about another installment of I Am Legend, and at that time director Francis Lawrence was pretty certain a prequel wasn't happening. It seems he was right, but that doesn't mean Warner Bros. has given up completely on the title.

Seven New Clips for The Fades Looking to Add a Little Spooky to Your Day

Never let it be said that we don't work quickly around here. Just yesterday we brought you news of the sinister new show from the UK, "The Fades", getting a Stateside Blu-ray and DVD release, and now we have a gaggle of clips for you to dig upon!

UK Spookshow The Fades Hitting Blu-ray and DVD from BBC Home Entertainment

Season One of "The Fades", a sinister new show from our friends across the pond, is getting set to hit Blu-ray and DVD here in the States, and we've got all the info you need to get your ghost!

Michael Keaton Meets About Beetlejuice 2

Could it be? Could it actually be? Movement on a possible sequel to the much beloved flick Beetlejuice! Dare we get slightly excited? Read on for the latest

A New Writer Takes The Stand for Warner Brothers

We cannot imagine what kind of lunacy it would entail adapting the Stephen King epic The Stand for the big screen. It would take a herculean effort on the part of a writer who's just a little bit crazy. That being said, Warner Brothers has found its lunatic!

Tim Burton Talks Beetlejuice ... Beetlejuice ... Beetlejuice!

Is Beetlejuice joining the annoying ranks of such film projects as Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and Ghostbusters 3? It's sure starting to feel that way. At least today we get to hear from the director himself.

Gremlins 2: The New Batch Finally Gets the Blu-ray Treatment

Gremlins 2: The New Batch is an interesting sequel. While not as great as the first film, it's an over-the-top looney bin of a flick that has become a classic in its own right. Thankfully, we'll be able to set it right next to the original on our shelves come this May.