Yesterday marked the 75th Anniversary of Action Comics #1's release, but that wasn't the only, major Superman milestone.
There are a lot of possibilities for Lobo, but we were a little surprised to hear this one was ever on the table.
Harry Potter fans haven't been terribly pleased with Warner Bros, so the company decided to perform a little magic of its own.
The Battle for the family of El rages on.
Nope, the fight for the rights to the Man of Tomorrow definitely isn't over yet.
Warner Bros. beware. There's a serious watchdog in town and it comes from within the Harry Potter community. Activists going under the title the Harry Potter Alliance have just issued a press release that includes damning accusations of child slavery.
This isn't the first time we've written about this subject, but it looks like it might be the last. In the ongoing copyright battle over DC's super-powered Kryptonian, Superman, Warner Bros. has just been handed a huge win over co-creator Jerry Siegel's estate.
Though The Hobbit is riding a monstrous wave of buzz and momentum, one lingering issue surrounding the Lord of the Rings prequel is that cutting-edge frame rate is reportedly freaking some people out. So what does the studio have to say?
The closer The Hobbit gets to its worldwide theatrical release, the more trouble it seems to garner. Whether it's Ian McKellen crying in frustration over the CGI or PETA protesting over the mistreatment of animals used on set, the property has seen better days. Now we can add a lawsuit from Tolkien's estate itself to the list.
"Me Tarzan, you Jane." Looks like True Blood star Alexander Skarsgard is now the front runner to play Edgar Rice Burroughs' famous jungle hero Tarzan in director David Yates' Tarzan film at Warner Bros.