Warner Bros. News
feedproxy.google.com – Thanks to a mesmerizing first trailer, Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity is one of our most anticipated movies coming later this year. It was filmed in early 2011, and has been in post-production ever since, with a release delay pushing it from November 2012 to October 2013. I heard from a friend a few weeks ago that Cauron said he "could work on the visual effects [in Gravity] forever", alluding to how it looks better the more time they spend on it. 2 days 20 hours ago via jetli
rss.feedsportal.com – In a 'small but vital part'...He may be best known as the anarchic animator, writer and director responsible for such movies as Monty Python And The Holy Grail, The Fisher King, Brazil and Twelve Monkeys, but Terry Gilliam is not above gracing the screen with his acting presence when the moment (and, more usually, friends) call for it. 3 days 7 hours ago via donnieyen
variety.com – After passing on “Fast & Furious 7,” director Justin Lin has been looking for that next project and Warner Bros. is moving fast in hopes that his next film is at the studio. Warner Bros. is in negotiations with Adam Cozad to pen the untitled action thriller that is based on the Patrick Lee novel... 3 days 18 hours ago via brucelee
collider.com – Another trailer has been released for Guillermo Del Toro's Pacific Rim. The story is kicked off by the emergence of monsters (known as Kaiju) who start a war that devastates humanity. To fight back, humans build giant robots (known as Jaegers) that are controlled by two pilots. The latest trailer explains how the Jaegers work, but the main focus is the scale of the kaiji-vs-jaeger battles. 3 days 19 hours ago via jackiechan
comingsoon.net – Guillermo del Toro's upcoming film Pacific Rim will pit monsters versus robots in a way unlike anything we've seen before and the entire world will be getting in on the action. With events as global as the film appears to have, it makes sense for the world to remember those moments afterward. 4 days 17 hours ago via donnieyen
3:08 PM 5/14/2013 by Jeff Giles
If you let out a cry of befuddled anguish when you heard that Warner Bros. was planning on putting together another Dungeons & Dragons movie, good news: Hasbro is right there with you.