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‘Harry Potter’ fans can go inside the Slytherin common room this spring, but they’ll have to go to London
Visitors will enter through the Great Hall, which will have Slytherin green and silver banners hanging from the enchanted ceiling
A ‘Batman’-themed venue is coming to London with a Harley Quinn-style Gotham City speakeasy, The Penguin’s Iceberg Lounge, and a res...
London's Park Row venue will open this spring, featuring five restaurants and three bars for an immersive DC universe experience.
Everything we know about the massive $165 million compound Jeff Bezos reportedly just purchased, the Warner estate
The estate was built in 1937 by one of the founders of Warner Bros. It features a 13,600-square-foot mansion, a pool, and a tennis court.
Director Matt Reeves shared a camera test of Pattinson in the new Batsuit. The new Batman movie is out in 2021.
The box-office expectations for ‘Birds of Prey’ were too high and the movie could still be a win for DC and Warner Bros.
Unique obstacles held "Birds of Prey" back at the box office, but it's too early to write it off as a failure.
The latest DC Comics release from Warner Bros. was projected to make between $50 million to $55 million its first weekend in theaters.
Women are cheering a small moment in ‘Birds of Prey’ where Harley Quinn hands Black Canary a hair tie
Fans are saying that you can tell "Birds of Prey" is written and made by women and for women because of this small moment in the film.
The ‘Birds of Prey’ costume designer walks us through creating some of Harley Quinn’s colorful looks
Erin Benach takes Insider through the inspiration for Harley's biggest looks in the DC Comics' film.
Inside the wild stunts and fight sequences of ‘Birds of Prey,’ which were inspired by ‘John Wick,’ ‘Atomic Blonde,’...
A stunt coordinator on "Birds of Prey" broke down how the new DC Comics movie's impressive action scenes came together.
"Birds of Prey" has a significantly lower budget than other DC Extended Universe movies and has received critical acclaim.