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Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit 30-disc bundle will set you back $720

Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit 30-disc bundle will set you back $720

Warner Bros. has announced a new collection for those who love Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies. This new Limited Edition packages the extended versions of all six films together in a 30-disc set called The Middle-Earth Collection, including art books and disc cases made to look like leather-bound books. Sounds pretty nifty doesn't it?

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Warner Bros blasted by FTC for shady Shadow of Mordor Youtube videos

Warner Bros blasted by FTC for shady Shadow of Mordor Youtube videos

Warner Bros. is finding itself in a bit of trouble with the Federal Trade Commission today, based on how it handled YouTube reviews for Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor. The game, which was launched back in 2014, drew the attention of many fans and critics, but today the FTC is saying that Warner Bros. misled consumers with the disclosure requirements it placed on YouTube partners who received money to play the game on camera.

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Amazon and Warner Bros deal gives Prime Video tons of new movies

Amazon and Warner Bros deal gives Prime Video tons of new movies

Amazon has scored an exclusive movie deal with Warner Bros that brings a slew of movies, including some well regarded ones, to the Prime Video platform. The deal makes 33 movies exclusive to Amazon Prime Video (as far as streaming goes, that is), the roster of which includes all of the Lethal Weapon and Matrix movies, Ocean’s Eleven, three Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movies, and more.

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Batman: Return to Arkham hit with delay just one month before release

Batman: Return to Arkham hit with delay just one month before release

If you were looking forward to the release of Batman: Return to Arkham, we've unfortunately got some sour news for you. As it turns out, Warner Bros. has decided to delay the title in an effort to give developer Virtuos Games more time to create a better experience for players. The announcement comes just a month before the game was originally intended to launch, which is bound to sting fans who were preparing to take another romp through Arkham Asylum and Arkham City.

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Wonder Woman movie release moved up, two new DC films given dates

Wonder Woman movie release moved up, two new DC films given dates

While the recent Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice movie left many fans and critics divided, the appearance of Wonder Woman, played by actress Gal Gadot, was almost universally praised as the highlight of the film. Those who are looking forward to the character's stand-alone movie now have less of a wait before them, as Warner Bros. is moving the release of Wonder Woman up to June 2nd, 2017.

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LEGO Star Wars The Force Awakens game re-imagines the movie as a comedy

LEGO Star Wars The Force Awakens game re-imagines the movie as a comedy

True to LEGO re-interpretive style, the next video game from Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is a comedic take on Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The best way to make this clear is through a new take on the original teaser trailer for the film - you know the one. The one where Finn pops up in the desert to scare the pants off everyone watching. The one where you first saw BB-8 rolling. The one where you see Rey driving her popsicle speeder bike.

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Batman: Arkham Knight PC owners can now get a full refund

Batman: Arkham Knight PC owners can now get a full refund

Less than a week after the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight's re-release following an original bug-riddled launch, Warner Bros. has recognized the train-wreck condition the game is still in, and is now offering customers a full refund. This was prompted by the fact that many players found last week's updates did little to address the game's broken state, leaving comments on its Steam page with complaints and negative reviews.

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Batman: Arkham Knight PC re-release set for October 28

Batman: Arkham Knight PC re-release set for October 28

Batman: Arkham Knight has become one of the most notable titles in the Arkham line, not because of how great it was, though it probably is to some, but because of how the PC version of the game was so horribly broken that Warner Bros Interactive pulled the game off shelves indefinitely. That was back in June and though a final fix for the PC port has been promised, no date was given. Well, now WB is giving a date. On 28th October, at exactly 10 a.m. PDT, Batman: Arkham Knight will finally be playable on the PC. Hopefully.

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Batman: Arkham Knight PC patch finally available

Batman: Arkham Knight PC patch finally available

Batman: Arkham Knight was released a mess and now, finally, is getting a PC patch that will maybe (hopefully) squash all those bugs. The patch was recently up for beta testing, and on Thursday it was announced on Steam that those who’d already grabbed the Arkham Knight for PC game could now get the patch. If you didn’t get the game when it was released (its sales were pulled a short while later), you’ll still need to wait. When the PC game will be going back up for sale is not clear.

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Help is on the way: Arkham Knight PC interim patch in August

Help is on the way: Arkham Knight PC interim patch in August

Rumor has it that Batman: Arkham Knight for PC won't really be fixed until around September. Whether that is true, it seems that the publicity of that leak has spurned Warner Bros. and Rocksteady into action. Over at its Steam Community page, the publisher announced that it will be releasing a patch as early as August. But don't get your hopes up too high. This one was clearly labeled an "interim" patch, hinting that the main patch that will bring a close to this chapter is still to come.

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Batman: Arkham Knight PC fix still months away

Batman: Arkham Knight PC fix still months away

Those are the words that no gamer wants to hear, especially after having invested, both financially and emotionally, on what should have been a blockbuster title. But alas, that seems to exactly be the case with Warner Bros. and Rocksteady's failed attempt to bring Batman to the PC. According to a leaked email from a retailer, a fix for the almost atrocious PC port is still a few months coming, which, for the sake of sanity and world peace, we'll presume to be September this year.

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LEGO Batman’s Robin to be voiced by Michael Cera

LEGO Batman’s Robin to be voiced by Michael Cera

The success it saw with The LEGO Movie has spurred Warner Bros. to create an offshoot film called "LEGO Batman" that, predictably, centers around a LEGO version of Batman. When news of the movie first surfaced, it was indicated LEGO Batman would be taking the slot that had originally been reserved for the second LEGO Movie, and that it will be arriving in 2017. Today it was revealed that Michael Cera will be voicing Robin in the movie, joining a cast that largely comes from the LEGO Movie.

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