With the coronavirus pandemic discouraging movie theater attendance, Hollywood’s trying something new: releasing current and recent films to home video early.
AT&T has announced that Time Warner’s new name will be “WarnerMedia,” camel case and all. But what assets does AT&T now own?
A look at the top 10 grossing animated films (both domestic and globally) for 2016, from Pixar’s “Finding Dory” to Warner Bros.’ “Storks.”
As bizarre as this post’s headline sounds, it’s true. Warner Bros., owners of the Hanna-Barbera library of characters, announced at last[…]
Announced some time ago, “The Lego Batman Movie” is now definitely a project going ahead by Warner Bros. There’s been various[…]
“Happy Birthday To You” is no longer under Warner Bros.’ copyright. But is it an orphan work, or finally fully in the public domain?
On the heels of the recently announced direct-to-video animated films from Warner Bros. comes the latest one, “Looney Tunes: Rabbits[…]
Last week, DC and Warner Bros. announced its planned slate of live-action film projects through the end of the decade.[…]
News came earlier this week that “The Flintstones” will be revived as a (presumably CGI) big-screen animated film. Unlike the[…]
While it’s not all about comics/animation, the previous week’s seen plenty of racist, sexist, and homophobic stuff in the media[…]