In Warner Bros.’ “Man of Steel,” Superman tries to save the world from powerful villains. His real-life task is no cakewalk either: Turn the studio’s DC Comics into a hit factory like Walt Disney Co.’s Marvel.
“Godzilla,” a new take on the 1950s Japanese monster classic, opened at No. 1 in domestic theaters this past weekend, surpassing forecasts with $93.2 million for Thomas Tull’s Legendary Entertainment LLC and partner Warner Bros.
Warner Bros. is canceling some television advertising for “The Dark Knight Rises” following the shooting yesterday that killed at least 12 people in Aurora, Colorado, two people with knowledge of the matter said.