WB Studios Adds New Attraction

Warner Bros. has worked with the Thinkwell Group to create a new, 25,000-square-foot addition to its Hollywood, Calif., studio tour called Stage 48: Script to Screen.

April 6, 2018

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Stage 48: Script to Screen takes tour guests behind the scenes of movie-making.

Warner Bros. has worked with the Thinkwell Group to create a new, 25,000-square-foot addition to its Hollywood, Calif., studio tour called Stage 48: Script to Screen.

The new attraction serves as the finale of the backlot tour and takes visitors behind the scenes of how movies and TV shows are made.

Visitors will get a hands-on introduction to the world of filmmaking as they view costumes, sets and models from films including The Dark Knight, Corpse Bride and Sweeny Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, as well as interact with various elements that explore and explain the production process. 

Visitors can design their own Batmobile on an interactive design station, outfit computer-generated models in costumes from The Great Gatsby or Camelot, experience green screen technology as they ride a Batpod through the streets of Gotham, and act as Dobby from the Harry Potter films using motion capture technology.

At the end of the exhibit, visitors can experience the history of Warner Bros. in the Legacy Room that includes some of Jack Warner’s personal effects and features a collection of the Oscars and Emmys the studio has received in its nearly 100-year history.

"The Warner Bros. tour has been providing its visitors with an unparalleled experience inside one of Hollywood’s most storied studios, and Stage 48 is a wonderful finale and a clear demonstration of the studio’s commitment to their guests,” says Chris Durmick, creative director, Stage 48, Thinkwell.

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