Warner Bros. Games and DC have announced the release of Batman: Arkham Trilogy for Nintendo Switch. The compilation, developed by Rocksteady Studios, includes the critically acclaimed Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham City, and Batman: Arkham Knight in one package.
HBO Max and the Cartoon Network announced today plans to adapt the popular Dark Horse Comics/YouNeek Studios popular graphic novel series, Iyanu: Child of Wonder, into a 2D children’s animated series. Created by Nigerian filmmaker Roye Okupe, Iyanu: Child of Wonder is an epic superhero tale steeped in Nigeria’s rich culture, music, and mythology.
Throughout February, DC and Warner Bros. Consumer Products will honor the artistic expression and contributions of Black comic creators, artists and characters by unveiling an incredible collection of new comics, books and merch.
In celebration of the upcoming cinematic experience created by director Matt Reeves, the new “The Batman” lifestyle merchandise collection allows fans to channel Batman/Bruce Wayne and Catwoman/Selina Kyle like never before.
Warner Bros. Games and DC today announced a new third person, open-world action-adventure videogame featuring the beloved, iconic DC superhero, Wonder Woman.
Houses go head to head in four epic battles answering hundreds of Wizarding World trivia questions with help from the live audience to unveil which house knows the intricately detailed universe like the back of their hand.
Filming was completed before the COVID-19 shutdown, and post-production continued from home. The Suicide Squad will be released on HBO Max the same day it’s in theaters.
The Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom screenplay is based on a story idea by star Jason Momoa (Aquaman) himself, and filming is due to begin in Summer 2021.
Variety magazine confirmed this week that Warner Bros. has fast-tracked development of the next Wonder Woman installment. Gal Gadot will return as Wonder Woman and Patty Jenkins will be back to write and direct Wonder Woman 3.
Terence Winter was set to write and act as showrunner on Matt Reeves’ The Batman spinoff TV series at HBO Max. Turns out his vision did not align with that of Reeves and other producers of the show. He has left the project.