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New Batman Arkham game coming later this year

New Batman Arkham game coming later this year

We can't say we're too surprised by this, but based on the success of Batman: Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, Warner Bros. has announced that a new Batman Arkham title will be releasing sometime later this year. The company made the announcement at their quarterly call to investors just recently, and said that Rocksteady Studios will be kept on to develop the new game.

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Warner Bros. to gain Kevin Tsujihara as CEO on March 1

Warner Bros. to gain Kevin Tsujihara as CEO on March 1

Time Warner has announced that Kevin Tsujihara is slated to be Warner Bros. Entertainment's next CEO starting March 1, replacing current chief executive officer Barry Meyer. Both Tsujihara and Meyer will work together throughout the year along with company executives to make sure the transition from one to the other goes as smoothly as possible. Tsujihara has served as President of Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group since 2005.

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Netflix makes content-licensing deal with Turner and Warner Bros.

Netflix makes content-licensing deal with Turner and Warner Bros.

Netflix customers in the US will soon get a host of new shows coming their way, thanks to a content-licensing agreement between Netflix and two content providers, Turner Broadcasting and Warner Bros. Television Group. The deal means that tons of new shows from Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, TNT, and more, will be making their way to the streaming service as soon as late March.

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Warner Bros registers 15 Batman Arkham domains

Warner Bros registers 15 Batman Arkham domains

Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City are widely considered to be two of the best superhero games ever created, with each launching to critical acclaim and wild commercial success. Naturally Warner Bros will want to keep its Batman gravy train rolling, and today we're hearing about 15 new Arkham-related domains the publisher has on file. Does this mean a new Arkham game is on the way? Almost certainly.

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Batmobiles new and old hit the streets for Dark Knight Rises DVD release

Batmobiles new and old hit the streets for Dark Knight Rises DVD release

The Dark Knight Rises - one of the biggest movies of the year - will be releasing on DVD and Blu Ray soon (December 4 to be specific), and Warner Bros. has one whopper of a promotion planned for the lead up to release. Starting this weekend, Warner Bros. will send a total of six Batmobiles on tour across the country. The Batmobiles span most of Batman's Hollywood history, starting with the version seen in 1966's Batman, The Movie starring Adam West and ending with the black and camo Tumblers seen in Christopher Nolan's trilogy.

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Catwoman spin-off tipped as Dark Knight Rises takes off

Catwoman spin-off tipped as Dark Knight Rises takes off

Those of you jumping for joy at having just seen the Batman movie you've been anticipating for four years can continue to to do a flip as both Anne Hathaway and Christopher Nolan have suggested a Catwoman movie may be in the works. Firs you'll want to speak with Hathaway whose noted that it'd basically only be possible if Nolan is attached to the movie as well. With the Dark Knight trilogy director connected to the new Superman movie as producer, hypothesizing the same credit for Catwoman may not be that far off.

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