Cartoon Crave posted a video revealing the new Warner Bros logo, which brings an update to the studio’s iconic brand.
Here’s a better look at the new Warner Bros. Soon photos. pic.twitter.com/oANQNvXEOQ
– Cartoon Crave (@thecartooncrave) January 14, 2021
Since its inception in 1923, the Warner Bros. has undergone some changes over the years. In 2020, almost 100 years later, the company had 13 different logos; almost all with the letters WB inside a shield.
Recently, Warner Bros. has revealed ambitious plans for DC’s future in the film business and is already planning its long-term future, with the prospect of releasing more than four comic-based films live in theaters starting in 2022. The information was revealed by the president himself Walter Hamada of DC Films in an interview with the New York Times.
At the time, the executive and also a producer pointed out that DC’s most expensive films will be produced to be shown on the big screen. In addition, the WarnerMedia division is also planning additional new features on a smaller scale, with the goal of launching two per year.
According to the New York Times, these small projects are expected to be more “risky” characters, such as Batgirl and Super Shock, with features of this size launching exclusively on the company’s streaming platform, HBO Max.
2021 is shaping up to be a difficult year for Warner Bros., which made the controversial and bold decision to release all of its features on HBO Max, an unprecedented move that has sparked several controversies with the studio’s main filmmaker partners.
The decision will not only redefine the film industry, but it was also reportedly made without any prior discussion or analysis with WarnerMedia’s filmmakers, producers and studios, as director Christopher Nolan pointed out – he has come to call the decision. measures a great “disorder”.
In an interview with ET Online, the acclaimed director harshly criticized Warner Bros., saying that the filmmakers and professionals involved in the projects should have been consulted in advance, out of respect for the considerable work done in their films:
“There is so much controversy about this, because they haven’t told anyone. It’s really, really, really messy. A true “bait and exchange” system. Yes, we should not treat these filmmakers, these stars and these people like that, they gave a lot for these projects. They deserve to be consulted and communicated on what will happen to their work ”.
With new plans for DC’s future, Warner Bros. have an interest in respecting the word that the controversial ruling will only apply in the year 2021, with theatrical releases resuming the following year.
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