Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc., (originally named Warner Bros. Studios, and is currently named Warner Bros. Pictures) is an American film studio that was founded on April 4, 1923 by brothers Albert Warner, Harry Warner, Sam Warner, and Jack Warner.
The studio was founded by brothers Albert, Harry, Sam, and Jack Warner which is the main reason why the company is named "Warner Bros." The company was originally named Warner Bros. Studios until the name was changed to Warner Bros. Pictures. The studio's headquarters is in Burbank, California.
Size of the buildingEdit
By the look of what the studio looks like, it is the largest film studio in the entire world.