Warner Bros. Pictures debuted the new trailer for The Hangover Part II in theaters with Source Code last weekend. The only problem was that the latter film is rated PG-13 and, while the MPAA had approved the trailer itself, it did not approve that particular placement. The studio issued the following statement:
“In our haste to meet the placement schedule for this trailer, we failed to properly vet the final… Continue reading Warner Bros. Pulls Hangover 2 Trailer From Source Code
Warner Bros. has plans to develop a script called Wild Guns from relative newcomer T.S. Nowlin, Variety is reporting.
The story is said to involve Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday teaming to rescue Sitting Bull’s kidnapped daughter. Though all three characters are inspired by real people, the actual events of the film are completely fictional.
Nowlin has not yet written a produced screenplay but has shown a connection to historical fiction with… Continue reading Warner Bros. Loads Wild Guns
It was anything but a #winning moment today for the Charlie Sheen legal team, after a Los Angeles judge denied a request that would have halted arbitration in Sheen’s lawsuit against Warner Bros. and Chuck Lorre. Sheen’s team had filed a request for a temporary restraining order against JAMS, the arbitration firm in charge of
Crystal Clear Picture:
Expand . Charlie Sheen is suing Warner Bros and the executive producer of Two and a Half Men for US$100 million (NZ$136.24 million).. . The lawsuit… Continue reading Charlie Sheen sues Warner Bros for $136m
Charlie Sheen is suing Warner Bros. and the executive producer of Two and a Half Men for $US100 million ($A99.24 million).. . The lawsuit filed on… Continue reading Sheen sues Warner Bros for $US100 million