J.J. Abrams Declined Apple's $500 Million Offer Because it Would Have Restricted Bad Robot Productions to...
J.J. Abrams Declined Apple's $500 Million Offer Because it Would Have Restricted Bad Robot Productions to Apple TV+ A new article by The Hollywood Reporter today sheds light on why director/producer J.J.
J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions has signed a new overall deal reportedly worth $250 million with WarnerMedia, but the director apparently walked away from a $500 million offer from Apple in the process.
After being courted by seemingly every major entertainment and streaming company, Bad Robot has signed an exclusive deal with WarnerMedia. While the production company — led by Star Wars director J.J.
Today, we have a victor in the 2019 JJ Abrams / Bad Robot sweepstakes. It's AT&T's Warner Media. Abrams and his production company, Bad Robot, had been up for grabs with the contracts expiring for his
JJ Abrams is making moves. The Star Wars and Star Trek director and his company Bad Robot have signed a massive new deal with Warner Bros. to make movies, TV shows, and video games. A press release describes
Director J.J. Abrams and his production house, Bad Robot, just signed a massive deal with WarnerMedia worth an estimated $500 million. After nearly a year of mystery and speculation befitting one of his
Bad Robot, J.J. Abrams’ production company, will partner with WarnerMedia to produce and develop television shows, movies, and games and digital services. The agreement is set to run through 2024. Allegedly,