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‘Catwoman: Hunted’ Sets Voice Cast (Exclusive)

Catwoman is going from hunter to the hunted in a new animated film. Catwoman: Hunted will voice-star Elizabeth Gillies as Catwoman, who joins a slew of DC characters for the animated film produced…

Ronnee Sass, Veteran Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Publicist, Dies at 72

She helped promote the studio's classic titles during the heyday of the DVD in Hollywood.

‘Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2’: Secret Comic Covers Revealed (Exclusive)

Re-creations of classic art are hidden throughout the new game, but you can see them all now.

Hellboy Joins the DC Universe in ‘Injustice 2’ Trailer

"I am so over this crap," says Mike Mignola's hero in the latest trailer for the Warner Bros. fighting game.

‘Wonder Woman’ Takes to the Sky With Drone Art Show

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and Intel teamed to celebrate the home release of Patty Jenkins' superhero movie with 300 drones in the sky above Los Angeles.

SAG-AFTRA Pickets WB Games as Video Game Strike Continues

Residual-type back-end remains the sticking point, and both sides have hardened their positions.

New ‘Injustice 2’ Video Game Trailer Plays Up ‘Suicide Squad’ Additions

Harley Quinn and Deadshot are here for the violence and the cheap thrills.

It’s Batman v. Everyone In ‘Injustice 2’ Trailer

Superman, the Flash, Aquaman and Supergirl show up, ready to fight.

David Haddad Promoted to President of WB Interactive

He had previously served as COO of Activision Blizzard's 'Guitar Hero' franchise.

Lionsgate Renews Redbox Distribution Deal

The 'Divergent' studio will offer Blu-ray disc and DVD titles at rental kiosks on the day of their home entertainment release

‘Shadows of Mordor’ Short Turns Orc-Hunting Into a Game

Middle-Earth lives on in a new promo for the 'Lord of the Rings' spin-off

New Trailers Released for ‘Shadows of Mordor’ Videogame (Video)

The Warner Bros. game, developed with input from Peter Jackson, will span the time between "The Hobbit" and "Lord of the Rings."