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  1. Inside DC Comics' Secret Vault: Batman, Superman and New York-to-Burbank Move (Photos)

    9:00 am 6/29/2015

    From movie props to pinball machines to over 100,000 comics, THR found and photographed some of the most influential (and valuable) figures in Hollywood history.Read more

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  2. Superman vs. Batman? DC's Real Battle Is How to Create Its Superhero Universe

    7:00 am 4/29/2015

    Warner Bros. is employing a different strategy than Marvel as it hires five writers for 'Wonder Woman,' has no clear leader and deals with new frustrations in its struggles to craft a compelling 10-movie world.Read more

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  3. Why DC's Diane Nelson Is the Most Powerful Person in Comics

    11:00 am 11/29/2014

    Rich Johnston talks about 'Bleeding Cool Magazine's' Top 100 Power ListRead more

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  4. Time Warner CEO Defends CNN Over Liberal Bias Charge at Shareholders Meeting

    12:59 pm 6/13/2014

    Executives also responded to shareholder complaints about women being underrepresented in Warner Bros. movies.Read more

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  5. DC Entertainment Prez Talks DC Comics Move to California

    11:17 am 11/4/2013

    Keeping the publishing division on a separate coast from the rest of DCE was "not a good way to run a company," according to Diane Nelson.Read more

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  6. DC Entertainment Chief Reveals What's Next for Superman, Wonder Woman and 5 Superheroes Who Deserve Movies (Q&A)

    11:00 am 7/17/2013

    Diane Nelson, Warner Bros.' brand manager for superheroes, reveals why "Man of Steel" worked but "Green Lantern" fell flat.Read more

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  7. DC Entertainment Teams With Aid Groups to Raise $2 Million-Plus, Awareness for Hunger Crisis in Africa

    7:40 am 1/23/2012

    With the help of the DC superheroes of the Justice League and the slogan "We Can Be Heroes," the partners hope to put a spotlight on a problem that has "not gotten the consistent understanding and awareness that it deserves," Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes said. Read more

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