The LA Times reports that at the top of Warner Bros, three executives Television Group President Bruce Rosenblum, Motion Pictures Group President Jeff Robinov and Home Entertainment Group President Kevin Tsujihara are jostling for the position of President of Warner Bros and are not working together as a result.
It also reports that other Warner executives “have not negotiated new employment
contracts — and appear unlikely to do so until the leadership situation is resolved”.
Which includes one DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson.
And as a result of the impasse, DC Comics’ The Flash, once intended to be produced as a movie in 2012 to follow The Green Lantern has stalled. Warner’s deal with Legendary Pictures, which led to the Christopher Nolan Batman trilogy and the upcoming Man Of Steel also end at the end of the year until it can be renegotiated.
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