Warner Bros. is not planning to renew the $450million co-financing agreement with Brett Ratner’s RatPac-Dune Entertainment
Warner Bros. is not planning to renew the $450million co-financing agreement it has with the film funding company belonging to Brett Ratner following a slew of sexual misconduct allegations.
A total of 75 movies were financed in the deal with RatPac-Dune Entertainment and Dwayne Johnson’s ‘Rampage’ will mark the last of the arrangement when it comes out on Thursday.
But the Burbank, California, studio won’t conduct business with Ratner after the release of ‘Rampage,’ claimed a spokesman for Warner Bros. who would not elaborate.
The deal, which was brought to life in 2013, was scheduled to run its course by the spring of this year, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Back on November 1 of last year, the publication shared that actresses Olivia Munn, Natasha Henstridge and four other women accused Ratner of sexual misconduct.
Dwayne Johnson’s ‘Rampage,’ released on Thursday, will be the last movie in the 75 film agreement that his company and the Burbank, California, company will work together on
The studio won’t conduct business with Ratner after the release of ‘Rampage,’ claimed a spokesman for Warner Bros. who would not elaborate
Soon after, Melanie Kohler spoke out for the first time since claiming she was raped by Brett Ratner over a decade ago while appearing on Good Morning America.
‘I stand by my claim,’ she asserted, at the time being sued by Ratner for her claims.
Ratner is accused on an array of acts, including harassment, inappropriate touching and forced oral sex.
Warner Bros. quickly began severing ties with Ratner, once the news was made public.
They immediately chose not to renew its production deal with RatPac Entertainment, another company Ratner heads.
Olivia Munn (left), Natasha Henstridge (right) and four other women accused Ratner of sexual misconduct, which was revealed on November 1