In the following lines, ET sheds light on the most important world events that took place on January 5.
Veteran television executive Peter Roth will leave his job as chairman of Warner Bros. Television Group in 2021, the AT&T Inc-owned T.N studio said in a statement on Friday.
People who closely follow box office earnings have noticed a surprising lack of transparency surrounding ticket sales for “Tenet,” the $200 million-budgeted sci-fi epic from director Christopher Nolan that released last weekend in U.S. theaters.
Warner Bros is finalizing deals with the cast of "Friends" for a reunion special that will likely be used to launch the HBO Max streaming service this spring,
The new movie "Annabelle Comes Home" will screen in Saudi Arabian movie theaters on June 28.
M. Night Shyamalan’s “Glass” easily maintained its reign in North America, adding $19 million during its second weekend of release.
Australian actress Margot Robbie is to play Barbie in the first live-action feature movie about the iconic and controversial doll, who has enjoyed multiple careers in her 60-year lifetime.
The fantasy worlds inhabited by Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman merged with glitzy reality in the UAE on Wednesday.
Warner Bros. superheroes swoop into Comic-Con.
Warner Bros is set to produce an animated film based on an early book by the author of the "Game of Thrones" saga.
After a dismal October for Hollywood, Disney and Marvel Studio's "Thor: Rognarok" proved a smashing success this weekend, pulling in $121 million.
For the third consecutive weekend "The Hitman's Bodyguard" was the top film in North American box offices.
Warner Bros. production company and “Wonder Woman” movie executives have been raising funds.
Ben Affleck has addressed rumors that he will no longer be portraying Batman, telling BBC News that "Batman is the coolest part in any universe."
Wonder Woman received the loudest cheers among the DC superheroes gathered on Saturday at San Diego's annual Comic-Con.
"Wonder Woman" is officially a box office hero.