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According to The Hollywood Reporter, the studio will not renew its deal with RatPac-Dune Entertainment, the USD 450 million slate financing facility that covered costs on some of its biggest blockbusters.
Warner Bros' contract with RatPac-Dune expired in March and it was believed the studio would not renew the financing agreement. Last year, the studio chose not to renew Ratner's first-look deal and had him vacate his offices on the lot.
RatPac-Dune is behind a few of the studio's recent releases such "Tomb Raider" and "Ready Player One".
Dwayne Johnson-starrer "Rampage" will be the last film financed under the agreement.
RatPac-Dune is separate from Ratner's production company RatPac Entertainment.
Six women, including Olivia Munn, had come forward with accusations against Ratner.
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