When you think of Warner Bros. Studios, you think of cinema, of high-quality entertainment catered to everyone; there’s not a single movie genre that hasn’t been developed with the daring, cunning, and diligence that Warner Bros. has done: From Looney Tunes to Harry Potter, from The Shining to Batman and everything between, it is a century of entertainment.
And to celebrate that entertainment, a four-part docuseries is coming our way, and we’re embarked to tell you the details to watch this production that celebrates one of the most respected cinematographic production companies in history with 100 Years of Warner Bros.
A work that will tell us the story of the studio, its founders, and the great productions that they created from the words and experiences of actors, editors, producers, and directors that have had the privilege to create cinema for our entertainment. This is a production you must see if you’re into movies and their story behind the scenes.
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This is a four-part docuseries, a movie about the history of movies, the origins of the Warner last name, the foundation of the company, the risks they took, and the reputation that that studio has managed to build over the course of a century.
Directed by Academy Award-nominee Leslie Iwerks, the docuseries will tell us how did three brothers get together to build a production company, the mergers, acquisitions, and business deals that paved the way into the constitution of the current media and entertainment titan that Warner Media has become.
We’ll hear testimonies from Academy Award-winning directors, actors, actresses, and cinematographers from all backgrounds comment and give their takes on what makes Warner Bros. such a powerhouse in the world of cinema.
Among those that will be featured are: Clint Eastwood, Martin Scorsese, Oprah Winfrey, George Clooney, Mel Brooks, Todd Phillips, Gal Gadot, Morgan Freeman (who narrates the documentary), Oliver Stone, Harvey Keitel, Keanu Reeves, among many others! If you’re into the story behind the stories, then this is one production you won’t want to miss.
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100 Years Of Warner Bros. Episode Guide
- Episode 1: “The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of” 25 May 2023
The debut episode tells us all about the creation of the companies and the transition from mute cinema to the incorporation of sound, as well as covering how the studio navigated the 1940s and a family crisis
- Episode 2: “Clint, Kubrick & Kriptonite” 25 May 2023
This episode covers what went down with the studio in the 1960s and 1970s, a golden era for cinematography that brought us great classics
- Episode 3: “Heroes, Villains, and Friends” 1 June 2023
We’ll learn how the 1980s created a series of blockbuster movies for Warner Bros with superhero movies and the exploration of the studio’s trajectory in sitcoms like “Friends”.
- Episode 4: “Wizarding World and The Big Bang” 1 June 2023
The final episode covers the last 20 years of Warner Bros., marked by mergers, acquisitions, and the challenges of running a multi-billion dollar entertainment conglomerate.
How To Watch 100 Years Of Warner Bros. Online?
100 Years of Warner Bros. is an HBO Max exclusive production, and consequently, you’ll need a subscription to that service to enjoy that. If you’re not familiar with HBO Max, it is a globally available streaming platform owned by Warner Media which is home to a vast catalog worth hundreds of thousands of hours of movies, series, shows, and documentaries from production companies like HBO, Warner Bros. DC, New Line Cinema, Universal and many more.
HBO Max offers two subscription plans that cater to your budget. Firstly, there’s the most basic one for $9,99, it comes with Ads, it is HD available, and it gives you three screens.
The second plan costs $15.99, and it prescinds the ads, offers 30 offline downloads, and is both HD and 4KUHD compatible. Furthermore, HBO Max comes either as a standalone platform, or you can bundle it on top of your Hulu or Amazon Prime Video subscriptions.