Warner Bros

Legendary is preparing legal action over Warner Bros’ HBO Max gambit

By Charles Bramesco

The production company say they were only given short notice of the distributor’s major announcement last week.

What’s gained and lost by the HBO Max-Warner Brothers deal?

By Hannah Strong

With the studio announcing a landmark streaming deal for its 2021 slate, it once again falls to audiences to “save cinema”.

Hollywood’s major studios are bowing before the almighty algorithm

By Charles Bramesco

Following Netflix’s example, Warner Bros has announced plans to base major decisions on AI data.

A newspaper is filing a lawsuit against Clint Eastwood’s new film

By Charles Bramesco

The Journal-Constitution wants to take Warner Bros to court over Richard Jewell.

Could a Speedy Gonzales movie be the antidote to Donald Trump’s America?

By Phil W Bayles

The beloved Looney Toon is set to make his big screen bow courtesy of Warner Bros.

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