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Warner Bros. Puts David Yates' 'Tarzan' on Hold

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David Yates' adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs's Tarzan won't be swinging into production this year because Warner Bros. has put the movie on hold, Deadline has learned. The movie is not officially dead, however.
According to sources, they may start the movie up again next year when the obstacles holding production back have been cleared.


TV fees boost Time Warner profits

Time Magazine

Rising TV subscription fees plumped up profits at Time Warner. The media and entertainment giant said profits in the last three months of 2012 rose 51% from a year ago to $1.2bn (£750m), despite no change in revenues. TV subscription income rose 7%, as cable and satellite operators paid more to carry channels such as CNN and TNT.


'Man of Steel' Will Determine the 'Justice League' Movie's Fate

Justice League

When Warner Bros hired Will Beall to write the script and tentatively scheduled the movie for release in 2015, we thought the Justice League movie was really going to happen, but that's not a certainty anymore.


CBS wants Angus T. Jones back for 'Men'

Angus T. Jones

"Two and a Half Men" star Angus T. Jones is no Charlie Sheen. After a video of the young actor blasting the comedy as "filth" and urging viewers to stop watching surfaced in November, the question arose as to whether CBS and Warner Bros. would want Jones back. The answer: Yes.


Warner wins legal victory for control of Superman

Superman Returns

Superman belongs to Warner Bros., according to the latest legal victory granting the film and television studio complete commercial control of the lucrative Superman franchise....


Guillermo del Toro's Alien Invasion Movie 'Pacific Rim' Being Converted to 3D

Pacific Rim

If you want to see the Pacific Rim's giant aliens and robots battle it out in 3D, there's good news. According to Variety, Warner Bros has decide to convert Guillermo del Toro's alien invasion movie to 3D. However, it may be done against del Toro's wishes.


Nearly $2M donated to Colo shooting victim fund

The film studio that released the Batman film playing during the Colorado theater shooting is among the donors that have given a total of nearly $2 million to a fund set up for victims....


Media Decoder Blog: Alan Horn Is Named Chairman of Disney Studios

Mr. Horn reluctantly left Warner Brothers last year, indelicately squeezed out after he successfully guided the "Harry Potter" franchise. He replaces Rich Ross, who was fired in March.


New 'I Am Legend' Movie in the Works; Will Smith Currently Not Attached

I Am Legend

Deadline reports that Arash Amel was given the task of writing the screenplay for a new I Am Legend movie for Warner Bros. The new movie was previously rumored to be a prequel since, you know, Will Smith's character apparently died at the end of the 2007 movie, but Deadline says WB is no longer using that term to describe the movie.


With Flixster, Studios Bet Consumers Will Buy Movies Again

In an effort to make owning more compelling than renting, big movie studios are backing a free service that will allow people to buy a film once and watch it on any device.


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