Geoff Johns is stepping down as DC Entertainment head to make a new Green Lantern movie

Back in December, we reported that Warner Bros. was working on a behind-the-scenes “shake-up” of how it manages DC Entertainment, the company built to oversee all of the comic books, movies, and TV shows concerning the DC superheroes (possibly as a reaction to the disappointing reception that Justice League received).…

Warner Bros. readies up a big bag of money to keep Greg Berlanti pumping out superhero shows

It’d be hard to overstate the importance of Greg Berlanti to Warner Bros.’ TV fortunes: As the chief architect of almost all of the company’s comic-based projects—including its many DC-branded shows, plus Riverdale—Berlanti has become a huge part of, especially, The CW’s recent gains in approval and appeal. (Dude’s…

DC is growing a live-action Swamp Thing series for its upcoming streaming service

The DC Universe subscription service, DC and Warner Bros.’ big push into the digital streaming game, is expected to debut some time later this year. And while the characters and shows the new service has collected for itself have been a pretty eclectic group so far—including the rejected-by-TNT live-action drama Titans…

Witness the legal death match that's threatening the future of the Mad Max franchise

Mad Max: Fury Road’s path to Oscars glory was a famously long and tortured one, and things aren’t looking any easier for the (as-yet-hypothetical) fifth and sixth films in the franchise. In fact, as The Sydney Morning Herald reports, there may never be another Mad Max movie, thanks to a “bitter court battle” currently…

Simon Kinberg to direct Logan's Run remake, which could have a female lead

According to the project’s life-clock, it’s been two and a half years since there was any movement on that Logan’s Run remake. In November 2015, the production was still without a director, but X-Men: Days Of Future Past scribe Simon Kinberg was working on a treatment. At the time, Kinberg discussed the potential film…

Robert Knepper to stay on iZombie, despite multiple past accusations of assault

The CW has announced that it’s concluded its investigation into the behavior of iZombie co-star Robert Knepper—who’s been accused of sexual assault by five different women—and ruled that there’s “no evidence” that he’s done anything wrong during his time on the series. Correspondingly, the network has announced that…

Real-life Conjuring guy was possessed by desire for young girl, gross report says

There’s a whole lot of God in the Conjuring franchise, and not just because it’s about a demon-hunting couple that shouts things like, “In the power of God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit, I condemn you back to hell!” No, Ed and Lorraine Warren—the real-life couple whose experiences inspired the films—were true-believer…

Justice League had the DCEU's worst U.S. opening weekend yet

It’s a gloomy day in Superhero Land—the United States version of it, anyway—as the domestic box office figures for Warner Bros.’ massive, much-hyped Justice League came in today, revealing that the Zack Snyder/Joss Whedon superhero brawl had the weakest U.S. opening weekend out of any of the studio’s D.C. Extended…

Studios are bending over backwards to romance Quentin Tarantino

The public firestorm surrounding his old friend and long-time collaborator Harvey Weinstein doesn’t seem to have diminished Hollywood’s love for Quentin Tarantino just yet, despite the fact that the director publicly revealed a few weeks ago that he “knew enough to do more than I did” about Weinstein’s alleged…

It is on track to become one of the most successful horror movies ever

Whatever force—depression, weather, online review aggregators—that’s been taking a bite out of this summer’s box office receipts appears to have been repelled by the power of scary clowns; Deadline reports that Andy Muschietti’s Stephen King adaptation It is on track to have one of the most successful opening weekends…