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Universal's Adam Fogelson suggests more experimentation to come
The Mouse House will take a $50 million write-down this fiscal quarter
Alan Horn explains his plans to reinvigorate Disney's live-action unit,why he loves "Finding Nemo" and why, at 69, he's not ready for retirement
Disney CEO Bob Iger announced Thursday the former Warner Bros. chief would succeed Rich Ross (Updated)
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
The daughter of former Warner Bros. honcho Alan Horn would play the love interest in Steven Soderbergh's "Magic Mike"
On Horn's WB tenure comes to an end, producer David Heyman salutes his film's biggest booster
A look back at the many hits that the departing Warner Bros. COO ushered into existence
Exiting president and COO led the studio during a fruitful period, where "Harry Potter" films and "The Dark Knight" raked it in at the box office
Studio unveils tentpole-heavy slate and extended footage of "Harry Potter" and "The Green Lantern"
The foundation's donation is in honor of Warner Bros. Chairman and CEO Barry Meyer and President and COO Alan Horn
"True Grit" moves up the charts, but "Social Network" keeps winning
In the post-Horn era, the new co-president plans to make eight tentpoles per year, up from the current four to six
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
Rob Reiner has a well-received movie, and a bone to pick with the studio that released it
Clive Owen is joining Jason Statham in Gary McKendry's action-thriller "The Killer Elite," while Eric Heisserer will write "Final Destination 5"
Lawsuit was seeking $150 million from New Line over gross-profit participation payments.
Duo continue their decade-long partnership in the top slots at the studio.
The actor tells TheWrap: "You can’t shy away from a moment when it’s there”