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Martin Scorsese, Oprah Winfrey, George Clooney Share Memories in ‘100 Years of Warner Bros.’ Docuseries trailer


More than 60 actors, filmmakers and industry insiders reflect on the first 100 years of the Warner Bros. film studio in four original specials streaming soon on Max.

Martin Scorsese, Oprah Winfrey, Keanu Reeves, Todd Phillips, Patty Jenkins and George Clooney, among others, are at the table 100 Years of Warner Bros., the Leslie Iwerks-directed docuseries with commentary by Morgan Freeman. The first two specials will debut on May 25 on Max after premiering the day before at the Cannes Film Festival, while the third and fourth specials will be available to stream on June 1.

“The thing with Warner Bros., they were there from the very beginning — they created not only an art form but an industry — and you had to be tough,” Scorsese says in the project’s trailer. “We all looked to Warner Bros. for special quality movies and took risks.”

The specials, with clips from films and television series, tell the story of the legendary studio founded by four brothers in the early 1920s. Also included as part of the documentary story are the 2000s mergers that helped the company evolve into a global powerhouse.

“They were very brave at times when it wasn’t easy to be very brave,” Clooney says in the preview footage.

The first two specials, titled “The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of” and “Clint, Kubrick and Kryptonite,” will stream on Max. The next two – “Heroes, Villains and Friends” and “Wizarding World and the Big Bang” – hit the platform on June 1.

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