Just saw it on CBR.
http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=22869

It looks like Warner Bros. will try and jumpstart their film franchises...again. Taking a page from Marvel's book, a possible Superman/Batman film might be forthcoming?

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Rob Staeger said:
True. But what would that mean, exactly. At Marvel, we've seen exec statements & things (and heck, financial reports, since it was public!) that comics were a very small part of their big picture. For years now, really. But I can't really say their comics have suffered for it.

What would the problems be of the comics being the small fish in the DC pond? I'm not saying there won't be any, but there could be just as many story effects that some might see as benefits.

The always-smart retailer Brian Hibbs provides one answer to my question: not content, but format.
CBR's posted an interview with both Levitz and Diane Nelson. For the moment at least, it doesn't sound like there are going to be many changes made to the actual comics.

http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=22881

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