Warner Bros. will expand its film franchise offerings starting in 2016, with plans to release 10 superhero pictures from its DC Entertainment imprint over a five-year period, among other projects.
The Burbank-based company, Hollywood's largest film studio, also announced three Lego-branded pictures and three from "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling. All of those pictures would also be released between 2016 and 2020.
Chief Executive Kevin Tsujihara detailed the plans Wednesday morning at an investors conference hosted by Warner Bros.' corporate parent, Time Warner Inc.
"We have a plan to accelerate growth by doubling down on great content," Tsujihara...