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By Lucas Shaw & Brent Lang
Jeff Bewkes implies Bruce Rosenblum, Jeff Robinov have bright futures at Warner Bros. if they remain
Legendary CEO Thomas Tull is mulling ending his relationship with the studio when his deal is up at the end of this year, TheWrap has learned
Kevin Tsujihara beats out TV chief Bruce Rosenblum and movie head Jeff Robinov
Sue Kroll has been renegotiating her contract for the better part of this year, a process that has been complicated by competition for the top job at Warner Bros.
Bruce Rosenblum, president of Warner Bros. Television Group, said he's trying hard not to be distracted by the elephant on the lot: who will lead the company after Barry Meyer steps down
"I think people are really responding to how cool, unique and distinct he is," Warner Bros. Motion Pictures President Jeff Robinov told TheWrap
Warner did not release the terms or length of the deal with its production president
The deal that was set to expire in 2013 now runs through 2015
The independent division will shrink from the current staff of 50 to about 35, TheWrap has learned
In the post-Horn era, the new co-president plans to make eight tentpoles per year, up from the current four to six
The public shunning by Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifiniakis et al just snuffed any glimmer of career rehabilitation
The new co-president at Warner Brothers studio has gone back to his wife; court papers expected this week
Analysis: The decision to keep Barry Meyer buys more time -- but the pressure of change in the entertainment industry may demand decisiveness rather than accommodation
As Horn exits next April, the new "Office of the President" becomes triumvirate of Jeff Robinov, Bruce Rosenblum and Kevin Tsujihara
In 2009, the studio became the first ever to surpass the $2 billion mark domestically
Also becomes president of New Line Records
Will have full oversight of film development and budgeting.
Move comes one week after Disney snapped up rival Marvel for $4 billion
We could be seeing a lot more of the studio's upcoming "Arthur," "Yogi Bear" and "Jack the Giant Killer"
Big-budget zombie movie gets so lost in its global scale that it doesn't give us a flesh-and-blood hero who makes it all matter, despite Brad Pitt's best efforts