Who We’re Rooting for at the Oscars

26 Feb 2016 - Becca Zidik is Corporate Communications Intern at Time Warner Inc.

By Becca Zidik

Roll out the Red Carpet, Oscar weekend is almost here. In anticipation for Sunday night’s big event, here’s your go-to—and entirely biased—guide for viewing the 88th Academy Awards ceremony.

Warner Bros. UK Announces Director Ryan Coogler as Warner Bros. Creative Talent Ambassador

16 Feb 2016 - By TW Staff

(Above:  Ryan Coogler, right, on the set of Creed with Sylvester Stallone.)

Ryan Coogler, director and co-writer of New Line Cinema’s Creed, has become the first Warner Bros. Creative Talent Ambassador.  The news comes as Warner Bros. Creative Talent began its third season, following two successful years since the program’s launch. 

Creed Sweeps NAACP Image Awards

10 Feb 2016 - By TW Staff

New Line Cinema’s Creed was honored with four wins at the 47th annual NAACP Image Awards over the weekend.  Director Ryan Coogler won the awards for Outstanding Directing in a Motion Picture, as well as Outstanding Writing in a Motion Picture, shared with co-writer Aaron Covington.  Michael B. Jordan won the award for Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture, and was also named Entertainer of the Year.  And, Phylicia Rashad received the award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture. 

HBO and Warner Bros. Score Oscar Noms

14 Jan 2016 - By TW Staff

Awards season is in full swing, and HBO and Warner Bros. are racking up some serious nominations. Today the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences announced nominations for the 88th Annual Academy Awards, with 14 nods going to Time Warner’s divisions. Mad Max: Fury Road is nominated in 10 categories including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Cinematography. Another win could be in the cards for Sylvester Stallone as he was nominated for an Oscar for Actor in a Supporting Role for Creed.

NAACP Noms are Here

9 Dec 2015 - By TW Staff

HBO and Warner Bros. received a total of 17 NAACP Image Award nominations this year. The NAACP Image Awards celebrate the accomplishments of people of color across TV, film, music and literature, and recognize individuals or groups who promote social justice through creative endeavors.

In the motion picture categories, Warner Bros. received more nominations than any other studio.