John J. Smith, who worked as a unit production manager and line producer on films including “To Live and Die in L.A.,” “Sister Act,” “Waterworld” and “Windtalkers,” died of pulmonary fibrosis on…
Scant months before John F. Kennedy's death, Warner Bros. released a movie that may not be all that memorable on the screen, but certainly was remarkable in the making.
While Warner Bros.' big-budget fantasy "Jack the Giant Slayer" stalled at home, the film got off to a better-than-expected start in Asia, where it sprouted $14.3 million in 10 smaller markets over…
Warner Bros. has donated more than 30 props and artifacts, many from superhero flicks, to the Smithsonian Natural History Museum.
Warner Bros.-New Line's $190 million family adventure pic "Jack the Giant Slayer" kicked off — or bunted — a crowded month at the box office, with a meager estimated $28 million Stateside debut…
It's always fun to review the worst decisions of people who are famous for making smart decisions.
Warner Bros. is opening up its film library -- the largest in Hollywood -- to celebrate the studio's 90th anniversary next year.
Tuesday's pre-dawn announcement that Digital Domain Media Group had declared Chapter 11 bankruptcy and then sold part of itself to Searchlight Capital Partners for $15 million touched off some…
Jack Howard Lietzke, a transportation coordinator for Joel Silver-produced films including "Die Hard 2" and two movies in the "Lethal Weapon" series, died Aug. 3 in Los Angeles. He was 78.
For the shooting of Wolfgang Petersen's "Poseidon," giant soundstages on the Warners lot have been turned into two massive water tanks. Inside one, the doomed ocean liner is right side up. In the…