Mr. Horn reluctantly left Warner Brothers last year, indelicately squeezed out to make room for a new generation of managers, after he successfully guided the Harry Potter franchise. He replaces Rich Ross, who was fired in March.
One of the other notable things Warner Bros head Alan Horn said at the ShoWest presentation today involved how the studio hopes to fill the void that will be left by the studio's most successful franchise. After Harry Potter and the... Read Post
In the wake of Rich Ross's departure from Disney, former Warner Bros. chairman Alan Horn has landed the job of replacing him — and turning the studio around from its John Carter epic fail. Horn, who guided WB to hit franchises like ... Read Post