Celebrating 90 Years of Filmmaking with Warner Bros.
This month the mighty Warner Bros. turned ninety, and to celebrate the milestone Fever’s entertainment team have been busy scouring the studio’s rarely accessed props and photo archives, held both in the UK and in LA, ready to unveil some of the most iconic movie memorabilia from the past nine decades.
The team have been handling some of Hollywood’s most prised assets, from candid snaps on-set of 1927’s ground-breaking The Jazz Singer, the first ever ‘talkie’, through to iconic props and costumes from modern movies such as the Wonka bars from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and original costumes from British-made favourites The Dark Knight Trilogy, Dark Shadows and Jack and the Giant Slayer.
The campaign kicked off on 4th April, the studio’s official anniversary, with an entertainment news story on Daybreak and has continued throughout the month. Highlights include a stunning ten-page photo archive ‘Spectrum’ special in The Sunday Times Magazine, features in the Independent and The Daily Telegraph and an exclusive archive feature on The One Show.
The celebrations are set to continue throughout the year, with the release of ‘Best Of’ box sets and limited edition Blu-rays showcasing some of the most iconic films in Hollywood’s history. Watch this space for lots more exciting activity to come!