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Warner Bros finally severs ties with tainted director-producer Brett Ratner

DNA Thursday, 12 April 2018
Warner Bros has cut all ties with disgraced director-producer Brett Ratner, who was accused by multiple women of sexual harassment and misconduct in November last year.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the studio will not renew its deal with RatPac-Dune Entertainment, the $450 million slate financing facility that covered...
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Brett Ratner's partnership with Warner Bros. is officially over. The studio has officially severed all ties with the director and producer who was accused by multiple women of sexual harassment and misconduct late last year. According a report by The Hollywood Reporter, the studio has decided not to...

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