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Warner Bros. Celebrate at Oscars for 100 Years of Iconic Storytelling

Oscars honors Warner Bros. for 100 years in film with Margot Robbie.

Warner Bros., the iconic studio behind some of the most successful films in cinematic history, was celebrated at the Oscars 2023 on Sunday for its 100th birthday. Margot Robbie and Morgan Freeman introduced a moving video package that encapsulated the legacy of Warner Bros, showcasing some of the studio’s most memorable blockbusters.

David Zaslav, the Chief of Warner Bros Discovery, expressed his delight about the recognition, stating that

“we’re the greatest storytelling company in the world, and the Oscars is a night to celebrate the greatest stories.”

He also extended congratulations to Disney, another major player in the industry, which is also marking its centennial this year.

The video package featured iconic films from (Warner Bros.)’ history, including Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings trilogy, Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight series, and Singin’ in the Rain. The emotional tribute also projected images of legendary actors Ingrid Bergman and Dooley Wilson from Casablanca on the studio’s iconic water tower.

Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. was founded in 1923 by four brothers, Harry, Albert, Sam, and Jack Warner. The studio’s impressive legacy spans across multiple industries, including animation, television, and video games.

The Oscars’ tribute was a well-deserved nod to (Warner Bros.)’ contribution to the film industry and storytelling as a whole. It acknowledged the studio’s remarkable achievements and successes over the past century, and its continued commitment to providing audiences with high-quality, innovative entertainment.

The Oscars’ tribute to Warner Bros. was a recognition of their remarkable achievements and contributions to the film industry. The video package presented by Margot Robbie and Morgan Freeman was a touching tribute to the studio’s history, highlighting some of their most iconic films and showcasing the immense talent that has worked with the studio over the years.

As Warner enters its second century, it will undoubtedly continue to be a major force in the entertainment industry, producing innovative and groundbreaking content that captivates audiences around the world.

The Oscars’ recognition of the studio’s 100th birthday was a fitting tribute to their remarkable legacy and a celebration of their ongoing impact on storytelling and the art of filmmaking.

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