“Crazy Rich Asians” got a theatrical release in India last week, after a “no” then “yes” decision by Warner Bros. But the surprise hit film is still without a release slot in the world’s most populous nation, India’s northern neighbor, China. In China, the decision is not in the hands of its studio backer, Warner. […]
David Decker has been promoted to oversee domestic TV sales for Warner Bros. following the retirement of longtime domestic TV distribution chief Ken Werner. A 15-year studio veteran, Decker will take on oversight of local TV station sales with Werner’s departure. Decker already spearheaded sales to cable, streaming and on-demand outlets. Rick Merill, who heads […]
The Producers Guild of America has already determined that Jon Peters is not part of the certified producing team for “A Star Is Born” and won’t be eligible for the PGA’s Darryl F. Zanuck Award as the top feature film. A guild spokesperson disclosed the determination Tuesday following the publication on Jezebel of a detailed […]
Korean revenge thriller “The Witch” was acquired across multiple Asian territories by CJ E&M Hong Kong, an offshoot of CJ Entertainment. The film is set for a private screening on Monday at the Toronto Film Festival. The CJ group has various exhibition, distribution and production interests across Southeast Asia including the CJ-CGV multiplex businesses in […]
It wasn’t a typical summer for Warner Bros., a studio that has long dominated popcorn seasons past with the likes of “The Dark Knight,” “Mad Max: Fury Road,” and “Wonder Woman.” This year, the superheroes and post-apocalyptic warriors were missing from the company’s slate, but that didn’t stop Warners from weaving together a string of […]
Warner Bros. is developing “Coyote Vs. Acme” as a Wile E. Coyote animated movie with “Lego Batman” director Chris McKay on board to produce. The sibling team of Jon and Josh Silberman, whose writing and producing credits include “Living Biblically,” “Bordertown,” “Deadbeat,” and “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” have been hired by the studio to […]
That didn’t take long. A sequel to the “Crazy Rich Asians” is already in development at Warner Bros., Variety has confirmed. Jon M. Chu will return to the follow-up, along with the creative team behind the acclaimed romantic comedy including screenwriters Peter Chiarelli and Adele Lim and producers Nina Jacobson , Brad Simpson and John […]
It’s no secret that a lot was riding on the opening weekend of “Crazy Rich Asians.” That’s because Warner Bros.’ romantic comedy is the first movie backed by a major studio in a quarter of a century that features a predominately Asian-American cast. The last film to hold that distinction was when “The Joy Luck […]
TRINIDAD, Colo. (CBS4)– The star of “Dirty Harry” and “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly” took some time off from shooting his current movie to enjoy a meal at a Colorado bar and grill.
Clint Eastwood and his crew from “The Mule” joined the staff at Brix Sports Bar and Grill in Trinidad.
He also took some time to meet fans and sign autographs.
The 50-member crew is filming the project in New Mexico. Eastwood is directing the film.
Brix posted on their Facebook page, “We Got a call from Warner Brothers studio and asked if we could help them out with a dinner for 50 it would include Clint Eastwood. We put this all together within 10 hours. Great staff. A true legend at Brix!”
Warner Bros. has proposed building an aerial tramway from its Burbank lot to the Hollywood Sign. The studio will pay the estimated $100 million for the project, which would include a visitor center near the sign. The tramway would be more than a mile long and last about six minutes, each way. Warner Bros. said […]