WarnerMedia Employees Brace For More LayoffsIn August, WarnerMedia parted ways with more than 600 employees, mostly at Warner Bros. studio.
‘Tenet’ Release Date Delayed IndefinitelyThe coronavirus has all but canceled the blockbuster summer season which was supposed to be partially rescued by major tentpoles such as “Tenet" and Disney's “Mulan."
Warner Bros.: 'Joker' Movie 'Not An Endorsement Of Real-World Violence'The Hollywood studio is pushing back against criticism that the upcoming "Joker" film glorifies gun violence.
LeBron James' Entertainment Company Scores Warner Bros. TV, Movie DealLeBron James is setting his sights beyond the basketball court.
Report: Powerhouse Publicist Barbara Brogliatti Dies At 69Variety's Brian Lowry said she was "for a time, perhaps, the most influential publicity executive in Hollywood."
Author's Lawsuit Over Hit Film 'Gravity' Dealt SetbackBestselling author Tess Gerritsen's lawsuit over the 2013 film "Gravity" is flawed and must be amended if she wants to continue seeking millions in profits from the blockbuster, a federal judge has ruled.
Studios Production Model In L.A. Adapts To The Changing TimesAs a giant in entertainment content, Warner Bros. maintains its growth by adjusting to changes in media and embracing new production options.
Want To Be In The New 'Superman/Batman' Movie?Warner Bros. is reportedly beginning filming the new untitled "Man of Steel" sequel (featuring Ben Affleck as Batman and Henry Cavill as Superman) movie this weekend.
'Argo' Finally Tops Box Office With $12.4 Million It took three weeks, but "Argo" finally found its way to the top of the box office.
‘Hangover 3’ Filming Closes Portion Of Busy OC FreewayFilming of the Warner Bros. movie “Hangover 3” has closed a portion of a major freeway in Orange County for part of the day.
'Dark Night Rises' Earns $160.9M During Its Opening WeekendWarner Bros. announced Monday that “The Dark Night Rises” earned $160.9 million during its opening weekend despite the theater shooting massacre in Aurora, Colo.
Screenwriter Joe Eszterhas Accuses Mel Gibson Of Anti-SemitismThe future of a film about ancient Jewish warrior Judah Maccabee may be close to flickering out.
Sheen, Warner Bros. Settle Lawsuit Over 'Men' FiringCharlie Sheen's legal fight with his former "Two and a Half Men" bosses is over.
KFWB On Your Corner: Warner Bros. StudiosNestled in the middle of Burbank is the Warner Brothers Studios — and at 110 acres, it's the second-largest in the film and TV production business.
Stunt Performer Sues Film Studio Saying He Suffered Permanent Brain Damage From 'Hangover 2'An Australian stunt performer is suing Warner Bros. claiming he suffered likely permanent brain damage during filming of "The Hangover Part II."