Some people like movies. Some people love movies. And some people live for movies. I’m one of those who live for them. I live, work, and breathe Warner Bros. Studio- my personal gateway into a history that has entertained millions of people for over 85 years. This is the lot where James Cagney made “The Public Enemy,” James Dean rode his motorcycle (filmed “Rebel Without A Cause”) and Humphry Bogart portrayed iconic characters Sam Spade (“The Maltese Falcon”) and Rick Blaine (“Casablanca”). Events in film history that have changed history. Even current events that I am lucky enough to be a part of: like dancing with Conan O’Brien during his late night concert series, making small talk with Steve Carell as he walks the lot, and watching history be made as Clint Eastwood directs Leonardo DiCaprio in “J.Edgar.”
The four Warner Brothers have inadvertently helped steer my life in a direction of entertainment, instilling a passion for film that has reigned for over 10 years of my life and remains a limitless force. Warner Bros. is not for those seeking an amusement park; it is for those who want to see how real magic is brought to life. Magic that continues to entertain billions of people. Alfred Hitchcock said, “Movies are life with the boring parts cut out”- I’d say Warner Bros. is life with the boring parts cut out. Come to WB and see for yourself. Relive history while looking ahead to the future of entertainment.