Warner Bros and Mattel are continuing their collaboration to produce a live action adaptation of a movie about the iconic race car toy brand by hiring writers Dalton Leeb and Nicholas Jacobson-Larson. Leeb and Jacobson-Larson are responsible for the science-fiction show “Endurance” on Netflix as well as other projects [such as one related to the […]
Mattel Films and Warner Bros. Pictures have announced they are in cahoots to create a live-action film based on Hot Wheels, Mattel’s iconic toy cars. Hot Wheels is currently the world’s top-selling toy – selling more than 500 million cars annually [and more than six billion since their 1968 debut]. No date has yet been set for the film.
Warner Bros. is currently in negotiation mode trying to re-launch the iconic car movie, “The Cannonball Run”. The original film was based on the famously illegal cross-country “Cannonball Run” race but the new film is not intended to be a remake of that film, rather a “re-launch” of the film and franchise. The original 1981 […]
Warner Bros. brings you a trailer from a movie you did not need – a remake of the 1970’s cop television show, “CHiP’s” starring Michael Pena and Dax Shepard – in what seems like not so much an Academy Award-level film but merely an excuse to do a whole lotta motorcycle stuntery…
Warner Bros. finally put to rest a four-year lawsuit against replica car maker Mark Towle after Towle had infringed upon the DC Comic copyright by building and selling various replicas of the iconic cars over the years. After winning the original lawsuit against Towle in 2013, Towle appealed, claiming that the only Batmobile protected was […]
Crashes, ‘splosions, more crashes, more ‘splosions – just another day in Mad Max’s neighborhood and the latest [and final] trailer for Warner Bros. upcoming “Mad Max: Fury Road” [release date: May 15, 2015] – what a lovely day…
Yes, yes, we know about the original 1940s Batmobile but, really, Batman only had one Batmobile – the one designed by George Barris from a Ford/Lincoln Futura that premiered in original television show in the 1960s – after that, things just got silly. But batsilliness has reached new heights as DC Collectibles is producing a […]