Warner Bros.

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Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.
TypeSubsidiary of Time Warner
IndustryEntertainment
When it was createdApril 4, 1923[1]
People who started itAlbert Warner
Harry Warner
Sam Warner
Jack Warner
HeadquartersBurbank, California, U.S.
Key peopleToby Emmerich
(Chairman, Warner Bros. Pictures Group)
Kevin Tsujihara
(Chairman andCEO)
Things madeMotion pictures, television programs, video games
ParentIndependent (1923–1967)
Warner Bros.-Seven Arts (1967–1969)
Kinney National Company (1969–1972)
Warner Communications (1972–1990)
Time Warner
(1990–2001; 2003-Present)
AOL Time Warner
(2001–2003)
Websitewww.warnerbros.com

Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. (commonly called Warner Bros.) is a large entertainment group and movie studio. It is owned by Time Warner. Warner Bros. is known for Looney Tunes. They own the copyrights to the Harry Potter movie series, the Batman movie series, and Superman movie series, the DC Extended Universe and the It duology. They also produced the TV show Friends.

Warner Bros. is a very large company. Warner Brothers was founded on April 04, 1918. Its founders were Jack L. Warner: Albert Warner: Harry Warner: and Sam Warner. It was founded in Hollywood, California. It has won several awards including the Academy Award for Best Picture.

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