Warner Bros. is preparing for the June 14 premiere of its Superman reboot Man of Steel with two new deals.
Warner Bros. Entertainment and DC Entertainment are kicking off a yearlong celebration in honor of the 75th anniversary of Superman.
Warner Bros. and WWE Studios have announced plans to team up for a co-produced animated film featuring the Flintstones.
Walmart has teamed with Warner Bros. to give its customers the chance to see an advance screening of Man of Steel.
Warner Bros.’ 3D tentpole, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, has hit $1 billion in global ticket sales, a honor only 15 other films in history have achieved.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has launched a new free-to-play online game inspired by The Hobbit trilogy.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has launched a multi-category global licensing program for Man of Steel.
Consumer products inspired by films is a classic sector for licensed merchandise and to that end, License! Global presents its annual Flick Pics feature as a resource to chart films with licensing potential in 2013, 2014 and even into 2015.
The summer box office has been a mixed bag so far with animated sequels performing well, while live-action blockbusters fail to impress.
Alloy Entertainment, a division of Warner Bros., has tapped Vintage Books Publisher for mystery series inspired by “Veronica Mars.”
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