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Warner Bros hits back at Batwoman claims

The actress left the show, which began on the CW network in 2019 and airs on E4 in the UK, after just one series.

Writing on her Instagram story on Wednesday, Rose posted a string of allegations of abuse, negligence and poor working conditions.

Warner Bros said it did not hire Rose for a second season after receiving complaints about her behaviour.

The company described Rose's account as "revisionist history... aimed at the producers, the cast and crew, the network, and the studio".

Revealed: Unseen photos from Mick Jagger's racy film debut

Instead, consider "Performance," the 1970 British gangster film where he made his acting debut as a gender-bending, sexually fluid former rock star with a taste for threesomes and psychedelic drugs.

Because of its gay undertones, explicit violence, depictions of drug use and graphic sex scenes, "Performance" was buried by Warner Bros. for two years before it was ever seen by the public.

"The studio had read the script, so they should have known what they were getting into," recalls producer Sandy Lieberson. "But they really hated the film. They kept saying it was dirty."

Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper to star in ‘A Star is Born’ remake

Cooper will make his directorial debut on the film, which will also mark Lady Gaga's first lead role in a feature.

Lady Gaga will compose and perform new songs in the film, which tells of an aspiring starlet's relationship with a leading man whose star is on the wane.

Previous versions of the story starred Judy Garland and Barbra Streisand.


Warner Bros paid YouTubers thousands to promote games

Warner Bros, makers of Shadow of Mordor, has reached a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) after they were accused of hiding the payments from people.

The FTC, a consumers rights organisation, stated Warner Bros had deceived customers by paying YouTubers to promote the game without admitting it.

The company is now banned from hiding similar deals in the future and from pretending sponsored videos are the work of independent producers.