The trailer of the upcoming documentary series, Warner Bros, a four-part series tracing the 100-year journey of the Studio is out.
Featuring filmmakers Martin Scorsese, Patty Jenkins, Baz Luhrmann, and actor Keanu Reeves, the trailer gives us a glimpse into the true rags-to-riches story of the brothers and teases that audiences will know the darkest part of the studio’s history too.
The series also features the interview of Oprah Winfrey, Oliver Stone, Alfonso Cuarón, Ron Howard, Tony Gilroy, Chris Columbus, Tim Burton, Gal Gadot, Ke Huy Quan, Harvey Keitel, Kevin Costner, Edward James Olmos, Emma Thomas and many more.
Helmed by Leslie Iwerks, the series will premiere at Cannes on May 24. The first two parts will be released on May 25 followed by the third and fourth parts by June 1.
While the first two parts will tell the story of four brothers with no money but enormous goals, with the second taking the story into the 1960s and 1970s, the third installment will focus on the 1980s, while the fourth will conclude with the Harry Potter years as Warner Bros. enter the new millennium.