Warner Bros. Gets Serious About 'sherlock 2,' 'superman' Reboot And 'the Flash'

A look at the next two years of releases from Warner Bros., including dates for the last 'Harry Potter,' a new 'Superman,' and the sequel to last year's 'Sherlock Holmes' and 'The Hangover.'

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