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“The Flintstones”: Elizabeth Banks, WB Animation Teaming for Animated Adult Comedy Reboot

Elizabeth Banks‘ mission to take over the entire entertainment industry one cool projetcafter another continues. After impressing us with our first look at her take on the Charlie’s Angels franchise (we’re still impressed with the “Bosley” concept), Banks is parterning with Warner Bros. Animation through her Brownstone Productions company to develop a new prime time […]

‘DC Super Pets’ Animated Film Gets 2021 Release Date at Warner Bros.

Krypto is finally getting the recognition he deserves as Warner Bros. Animation is moving forward with their DC Super Pets animated feature film! Following yesterday’s massive drop of WB release dates, the reveal that a feature-length animated film revolving around the superhero’s best friends collection of animals from across the DC Comics lexicon including (we expect) […]

[RUMOR] ‘Batman Beyond’ Animated Film in the Works?

Take this with a Bruce Wayne-ego-sized grain of salt but there are currently rumors on the Gotham wind of Warner Bros. Animation working on a Batman Beyond animated feature film. This rumor primarily comes from GeeksWorldWide, who happen to have some possible concept art for the feature. We won’t post the art here, but you can […]

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[RUMOR] Is Funko Developing a Feature Length Pop Film?

A rumor has been going around social media today that Funko, developer of the popular line of Pop vinyl figures, is gearing up with Warner’s to release a feature length film based around a shared universe of Pop figures, ala The LEGO Movie. Daniel Richtman of Super Bro Movies has been tweeting details of what […]

[Rumor] Warner Bros. Developing Animated ‘Mortal Kombat’ Film?

It’s been a bit since we’ve heard anything about a film adaptation of Mortal Kombat, be it live-action or animated. Animated, huh? That could be interesting, especially considering a current rumor that’s making the rounds. If you’ll recall, back in 2009 Warner Bros. purchased Midway, the videogame company that created Mortal Komabt, and renamed it NetherRealm. Since […]

Choosing Voices with Character: Andrea Romano at SDCC 2018 [Video]

Words, Photos, and Video courtesy of Bleeding Cool’s Jimmy Leszczynski: Iconic Voice Director Andrea Romano has been bossing around the biggest names in voice acting for quite some time. As a voice talent Agent in the early 1980s,  Andrea would record audition tapes for her clients, and sit in on recording sessions. The folks over at […]

Paul Dini on His Favorite Version of Harley Quinn and More from SDCC 2018

Interview, Photos, and Words courtesy of Bleeding Cool’s Jimmy Leszczynski: “I think the best legacy of the show is the show itself.” -Paul Dini Paul Dini is a living legend in the animation and comic book industries. Superman: The Animated Series, Batman Beyond, and even Tiny Toons Adventures bear the Dini stamp, but we are here […]

March 18, 2013: George R. Martin arrives to the 'Game of Thrones' Season 3 premiere in Hollywood, California.

George R. R. Martin’s ‘The Ice Dragon’ Getting WB Animated Feature

In further proof positive that we’ll more than likely NEVER get the Song of Ice and Fire ending, George R. R. Martin is going into business with Warner Bros. Animation Group to adapt and produce his The Ice Dragon for an animated feature. The 1980 children’s book is NOT set in Westeros, as it predates the first […]

Cartoon Network’s ‘Thundercats Roar’ with New Look, Mix of Comedy/Action

The battle between Lion-O’s ThunderCats — Tygra, Panthro, Cheetara, Wilykat, and Wilykit — and Mumm-Ra will be making its way to Cartoon Network in 2019, with Warner Bros. Animation rebooting the feline-like alien heroes for the new animated series ThunderCats Roar. For your first look at Thundercats Roar and for some behind-the-scenes interviews about the creative process, […]

How Utilizing DC Comics Is Changing Warner Bros.

For many years, the structure of Time-Warner — the parent company of Warner Bros. Pictures, Warner Bros. Television, HBO and a number of other companies — was roughly analogous to Westeros. Seven (or more) roughly aligned kingdoms with shifting priorities and political stakes. It meant trouble if, say, Warner Bros. Animation wanted to use the […]