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Warner Brothers profits dipped from last year. In 2017 the studio made $2 billion. In 2018 the studio made $1.8 billion. Warners found hits in 'Crazy Rich Asians', 'A Star Is Born', and 'Aquaman.' 'Rampage' and 'Tomb Raider' lost the studios tens of millions of dollars each. JK Rowling and her wizarding world are giving Warners its biggest headache. It was a massive critical and commercial flop.

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