From the opening credits of the upcoming Warner Bros. superhero blockbuster, The Dark Tower: The Darkest Hour, to the final moments of the latest Warner Bros., the studio’s movies are all built around a common story that is a major part of the mythology of the comic books.
But, as with the movies of previous generations, this one isn’t all that new for Warner Bros.’s movies, which have all had their own story arcs in their own ways.
It’s been a long time coming for these characters to see their own stories, and now that the movie is finally out in theaters, we can take a closer look at what’s been going on behind the scenes of the story of each film, and how that changed in the making of The Dark Age.
The Dark Ages: The Lego Movie: The Beginning In the early 90s, Warner Bros.-owned studio DC Entertainment had just launched a franchise with Batman and Superman: The Animated Series, a series that went on to become a hit and was nominated for nine Academy Awards.
That same year, Warner’s then-CEO Robert Greenblatt said that the studio wanted to make the Lego movie, the first of the series.
Greenblat said the goal of the Lego movies was to have characters who looked like “real people,” who were actually real people.
They were to have some fun and not be just a movie that was a lot of fun, he said.
The film, titled The Lego Batman Movie, would be a movie about a group of Lego people who lived in Gotham City, and the idea was to make that a central part of its mythology.
It would be set in the world of Lego, and it would have a similar tone to the series, Greenblass said.
But it would be all about the real people that lived in the city, GreenBlatt said.
In the film, the characters who would populate the city would be played by real people who had been there before, like Andy Dwyer (Greta Gerwig) and his father Jim (Ben Kingsley), played by Jon Favreau and David Mazouz, respectively.
These real people are the people who build the city’s buildings, and they were the ones who built the tower and the castle and the other stuff.
And, for the first time in the Lego universe, the Lego people would be voiced by real actors.
The Lego characters are a group, and you’ll meet some of them in the film.
But they’re not just a group; there’s some real, human people in there, too.
They have names, too, like Jim and Andy Dwyers (and their dad Jim).
The film would also include a Lego city called Lego City A. I don’t know if you remember, but in the original Lego City, there was a place called Lego city B. The story would go, there were four Lego citys, and that was the one that had the biggest population.
“You could have four Lego cities and still have enough people in the game,” Greenblasaid.
The Lego City: A New Tomorrow After Warner Bros, the studio that had previously made the Batman movies and the Superman movies, had a franchise to launch with, Warner took another stab at bringing the franchise to the big screen.
But that first attempt had a different premise, with Batman in the guise of a real person, rather than just a fictional one.
And that premise was to create an alternate universe in which Bruce Wayne and Alfred Pennyworth (Martin Freeman) lived, and there were real, live people living there as well.
Greenblas also had the idea of making the movie so that it could have a different tone, so that there would be no Batman-centric jokes and no Bruce Wayne jokes.
The plot of The Lego City was that Batman had become a bad guy, and he became a bad man, and Bruce Wayne wanted to save the world, but Bruce Wayne is a bad person.
There were some Bruce Wayne villains in there that we were not familiar with, so there were some different characters that we didn’t know about, Green Blass said, but there were people who were in there who were real people and there was an evil Gotham City.
In the end, Warner was unable to get Batman and the LEGO franchise off the ground, but they did try again in 2002 with The LEGO Batman Movie.
And the result was a slightly different movie, which was also a movie with a slightly better story, as it was set in a different Gotham City and had a darker tone, with a new villain (who was actually played by a very different actor, David Mazoun).
But in the end the Lego franchise failed to take off, and in 2009, Warner went back to the drawing board with The Lego Superman Movie, which had a much different premise.