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The headline was brutally honest, reading: "How We Lost $35,509 on the 'album of the year' (dammit)."  The advertisement described how Warner Bros. Records had... [Read More]
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If Nolan leaves Warner Bros., his choice will have as much to do with theatrical windows as it does budget. [Read More]
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Nolan was one of several industry figures criticising the studio for releasing movies simultaneously in cinemas and on HBO Max. [Read More]
Warner Bros. has named PR and marketing veteran Blake Bryant as its head of communications for Warner Bros. global brands and experiences... [Read More]
PR and marketing veteran Blake Bryant has been named Head of Communications for Warner Bros. Global Brands and Experiences. He will report to Pam Lifford,... [Read More]
Nolan is unhappy with the studio's choice to put their movies on HBO Max. [Read More]
With movies like Doctor Strange 2, Spider-Man 3, The Flash, and Into the Spider-Verse 2 on the way, Disney and Warner Bros are finally ready... [Read More]
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Ben Affleck ("The Way Back") and Sacha Baron Cohen ("Borat Subsequent Moviefilm," "The Trial of the Chicago 7") sat down for a virtual chat for... [Read More]
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Author Peter Ames Carlin's new book Sonic Boom traces the rise of Warner Bros. Records in colorful detail... [Read More]
Mads Mikkelsen is reportedly also on Warner Bros.' shortlist to play one of just many alternate versions of the Joker. [Read More]
The Wizarding World could be getting bigger... [Read More]
Talk about a rough separation, even by Hollywood standards. [Read More]
(The Playlist) According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, Christopher Nolan is "unlikely" to work with Warner Bros. in the future based in... [Read More]
After publicly criticizing the studio's HBO Max release strategy, Christopher Nolan has reportedly stopped working with Warner Bros. [Read More]
New report stakes that Christoper Nolan is unlikely to work with Warner Bros. again after their HBO Max announcement. [Read More]
Christopher Nolan's first partnership with Warner Bros. was 2002's Insomnia, though it was... [Read More]
The Harry Potter film franchise will be overseen by Tom Ascheim. [Read More]
Warner Bros. executive Tom Ascheim has been promoted and will oversee the studio's... [Read More]
Production for the syndicated series ramped up earlier this month, at a time when Disney, Warner Bros., Universal and Netflix had pushed back filming schedules... [Read More]
Tom Ascheim will take on the Wizarding World and Harry Potter brand in addition to his current duties... [Read More]
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