Warner Bros. studio topper Kevin Tsujihara sounded a thoroughly bullish tone over prospects for J.K. Rowling's Hogwarts textbook "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them."
While Hollywood continues to feel withdrawal pains from the production exodus, the U.K. is thriving, thanks to a mix of tax incentives and high-quality crews.
LONDON — On the eve of its Leavesden Studio facility's official opening, Warner Bros. is doubling down on investment in Blighty, announcing a multi-year program to train the next generation of…
With new U.K. tax relief for high-end TV and animation approved by the European Commission last week, London mayor Boris Johnson has announced $3 million in new investment in film and media agency…
LONDON -- Warner Bros. has confirmed that the Tom Cruise movie "All You Need Is Kill" will be the first production to shoot at the newly reopened Leavesden Studios.
LONDON -- Warner Bros.' Leavesden Studios, the lensing home of the "Harry Potter" franchise, formally opened for business on Monday.
A new independent body is being launched in January to replace U.K. regional screen agency Screen East, which went into liquidation in October.
With £780 million ($1.25 billion) in inward investment, it's already a record year for foreign production in the U.K., beating the 2009 high of $1.2 billion.
Warner Bros. is putting down roots in Blighty.
Warner Home Video threw an elaborate bash Tuesday for the international homevid launch of "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" at Leavesden Studios, where third pic in the series is being filmed.
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