Why Movies Are So Bad

Masters, Kim
December 2002
Esquire;Dec2002, Vol. 138 Issue 6, p70
Reflects on the dismissal of Lorenzo di Bonaventura as executive producer of Warner Bros. Inc. Reason for his dismissal; Views of Warner Bros. chief executive Alan Horn on motion pictures; Disputes between Horn and Bonaventura on a motion picture about fictional superheroes Superman and Batman.


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