Shawn Ryan and David Wiener are writing this drama series. No director or casting details have been announced.
Jason Cotten is attached to direct this thriller about a killer hunting down supernatural creatures. He searches for a prodigy while caught in a deadly war.
Are villains born bad? Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy, director Zack Snyder, and Dr. Andrea Letamendi discuss the ultimate comic book debate.
Explore the line between right and wrong with this provocative documentary. The film focuses on DC Comics' most terrifying villains.
WB CEO Kevin Tsujihara says a majority of the 12 movies Warner Bros. releases every year will be from DC, possibly confirming the Batman Vs. Superman title.
The studio is teaming up with 2 Guns comic book publisher Boom! Studios for this adaptation about a group of humans who protect vampires while they sleep.
Dark Horse Comics is releasing an eight-issue comic book series based on George Lucas' first draft screenplay of Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope.
Screenwriter Roberto Orci is overseeing this six-issue run from IDW, which is slated to hit shelves in October.
David Guy Levy explains his digital comic book, where time travel is used to insure Eric Stoltz is never replaced by Michael J. Fox in the 1985 classic.
Warner Bros. president Jeffrey Robinov hints that some of our questions about Justice League will be answered soon.
The Adult Swim series tackles some of the most legendary DC Comics characters in this animated special, along with hours of bonus features.
This unique project is being pitched to Warner Bros. in the near future, which brings together Swamp Thing, John Constantine, and Deadman.
Star Trek Countdown To Darkness issue #4 acts as a bridge between the two movies, giving us our first look at this alien race.
Guillermo Del Toro Confirms DC Comics' Dark Universe Will Unite Swamp Thing, Deadman and the Spectre
The Pacific Rim director reveals that At the Mountains of Madness may still move forward in the near future with Tom Cruise.
Writer-director Quentin Tarantino's screenplay has been adapted into a comic book by Vertigo, and will debut December 19.
Blake Masters will adapt the screenplay based on his own comic book, set in a future where corporations have more power than the government.
The Man With the Iron Fists director is joining forces with the Django Unchained producer on a number of unspecified movies.
Producer Jeff Pinkner discusses plans for an elaborate comic book series that would pay off the TV series, if Season 5 is not ordered.