With the success of the Harry Potter franchise, I wonder if fans still need to be convinced to see Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them? It’s a sort of Harry Potter prequel, and it features magic and monsters in 1920s America. What more do you need!? Another trailer? Okay, take the jump to see it!
Warner Bros. has taken an interesting approach to its direct to video releases. The studio is sending them to the theater for a single day premiere. WB did it recently with The Killing Joke, and it is doing it again with Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders animated feature.
Remember a few weeks back when Ben Affleck took to Twitter to share a screen test of Deathstroke’s costume for the upcoming stand alone Batman movie? Well, now there’s someone to fill it.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has announced Batman: Return to Arkham will arrive in stores on October 18th. The bundle includes remastered versions of Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City as well as all the bonus and DLC content.
If you are super excited to see the animated adventures of Batman ’66, AND you are attending the New York Comic Con, you are in luck as Warner Bros. will host the world premiere of the movie during the convention.
For the longest time we thought Guillermo Del Toro would be the genius who would take on the magical forces of the DC Universe. Looks like Warner Bros. is making “smart” decisions once again by hiring someone else to helm the dark universe project.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is bringing a lighter version of Batman to the small screen with the November release of Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders, that will feature the voice acting skills of Burt Ward, Julie Newmar, and Adam West!
You know you’ve always wanted to be Batman, and now you can in the new Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment game, Batman: Arkham VR. Now you can wear the cowl! On the downside, you find yourself in Arkham.