A production assistant said Rose was the problem on the set of "Batwoman," supporting Warner Bros' statement that she was fired due to complaints.
"Dune" opens this weekend in a crowded theatrical market, as well as on HBO Max, which has benefited from Warner Bros. movies this year.
Jeff Robinov is making his Hollywood comeback, eight years after leaving his role as Warner Bros. film chief.
Rose posted a series of pictures and videos on her Instagram Story, saying that she and the crew of "Batwoman" were treated horribly on set.
Kids' movies aren't always happy. Classic films, like "The Wizard of Oz" and "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory," had some terrifying moments.
Matt Reeves' "The Batman," starring Robert Pattinson and Zoë Kravitz, will showcase the Riddler, Catwoman, and The Penguin.
John Cena and director James Gunn debuted a first look for "Peacemaker"
Warner Bros. had been involved in some capacity with all of Christopher Nolan's films for nearly 20 years.
David Chase is not holding back his disappointment that "The Many Saints of Newark" will not be getting an exclusive theatrical release.
On the 20th anniversary of 9/11, the NYC economy is transformed, along with the role of Disney and superheroes in entertainment. It's no coincidence.
Disney and Warner Bros. promised AMC that theaters can show movies for 45 days, a much shorter window than the traditional 90 days.
Director James Gunn told Variety he was surprised more people haven't noticed the actress' cameo since it's not that subtle.
David Dastmalchian tells Insider he hasn't had any discussions to reprise his DC role, but director James Gunn has ideas for other spin-offs.
James Gunn confirmed who's who in "The Suicide Squad" at Warner Bros.' virtual DC FanDome event. Here's what to know about the new film.
Gunn told Insider in a virtual Q&A that more people can likely relate to Abner Krill than Marvel's Captain America.
"The Suicide Squad" has two bonus scenes you won't want to miss. One ties directly into a future DC project.
Last year, a petition calling for the removal of Heard from the "Aquaman" sequel circulated online, accumulating more than 1.8 million signatures.