DC movies are about to become a lot more important to Warner Bros. and Time Warner (NYSE:TWX.DL) investors, says Fool contributor Tim Beyers in the following video.

At last week's Bank of America Merrill Lynch Media, Communications, and Entertainment investor conference, Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara said DC movies would help form the "foundation" of the studio's lineup of 12-14 new films each year.

"We have Batman vs. Superman coming out in '15, but there's going to be, in the coming months, a lot of announcements regarding ... the future movies, television, games, and consumer products that are going to be coming from DC," Tsujihara said the event.

A more active DC movie machine should help Time Warner stock investors realize gains, but only if it hits the right cadence. What should investors be watching for? Tim address that question and more in the video. Please click to watch now.

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