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DC Confirms Movies That Are Unconnected From Shared Universe

"Moving forward, you’ll see the DC movie universe being a universe, but one that comes from the heart of the filmmaker who’s creating them," said Diane Nelson.

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

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.

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

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.

Why DC’s Diane Nelson Is the Most Powerful Person in Comics

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

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

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

DC Entertainment Prez Talks DC Comics Move to California

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.

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

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

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

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.