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“Suicide Squad’s” Production Drama Partly Caused By “Batman v Superman” Reaction
Hollywood insiders claim that the film needs to make around $750 worldwide in order to be considered a success by Warner Bros.
COMIC REEL: Vulture Rumored To Appear In “Spider-Man: Homecoming”; Kevin Feige Hints At “Guardians of the Galaxy 3”
Spidey villain Adrian Toomes may finally appear in a live-action film; new "Civil War" promotional art emerges and more.
Confirmed: Ben Affleck to Direct, Star in Solo “Batman” Film
At CinemaCon, CEO Kevin Tsujihara confirmed that Warner Bros. is working with Ben Affleck to develop a standalone "Batman" film.
WB CEO Confirms That “Batman v Superman” Has Been Screened Internally
In light of a disappointing summer, CEO Kevin Tsujihara comments on Warner Bros.' decision to bump "BvS" to 2016.
Warner Bros. CEO Says Diversity Refutes Superhero Fatigue
At a conference, Warner Bros. Chairman and CEO Kevin Tsujihara spoke about superhero movie culture, the difference between Marvel and DC and more.
Warner Bros. seeks to cut costs by $200 million annually
Although the upcoming DC Comics film slate was the headline-grabbing news from this morning’s Time Warner investor presentation, Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara also announced the studio is seeking to …
Warner Bros. could slash as many as 1,000 jobs
Warner Bros. Entertainment could eliminate as many as 1,000 jobs — more than 10 percent of its worldwide workforce — as part of studio-wide cutbacks confirmed earlier this month, Variety …
Warner Bros. CEO announces layoffs
Warner Bros. Entertainment CEO Kevin Tsujihara confirmed impending layoffs across the studio in a memo sent Thursday afternoon to employees. Although no date or numbers were given, Deadline suggests the …
Warner Bros. CEO Says DC Film Series Announcement Is Coming
A New York Times profile of Kevin Tsujihara notes that the series is expected to include a "Justice League" film.
She Has No Head! – World Domination (Or Something)
Well, world domination may be a bit excessive, but all in all the news coming out of NYCC (and some that came before NYCC) was incredibly positive. Hard to argue …
‘We Need to Get Wonder Woman on the Big Screen or TV,’ Says Warner Bros. CEO
Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara has big plans for DC Comics' superhero properties, saying, "We need to get Wonder Woman on the big screen or TV."
Comics A.M. | Jeff Robinov to exit Warner Bros. amid shakeup
Business | Following weeks (if not months) of rumblings, Warner Bros. has made it official: Jeff Robinov, the Warner Bros. Pictures Group president who oversaw the 2009 restructuring of DC …
Comics A.M. | Warner Bros. Entertainment names new CEO
Business | In a surprise announcement, Kevin Tsujihara was announced Monday to succeed Barry Meyer as CEO of Warner Bros. Entertainment, the parent company of DC Entertainment. The 48-year-old Tsujihara, …