WarnerMedia’s Ann Sarnoff Talks Studio Restructuring, ‘Tenet’ and ‘Wonder Woman 1984’

WarnerMedia’s Ann Sarnoff Talks Studio Restructuring, ‘Tenet’ and ‘Wonder Woman 1984’
Ann Sarnoff made history a little over a year ago when she was named the first woman to lead Warner Bros. as chair-ceo in the storied studio’s nearly 100-year history.

Over the past few months Warner Bros. has gone through a massive restructuring that has expanded Sarnoff’s purview to include oversight of content for HBO, fledgling streamer HBO Max and the linear Turner networks. If she’s feeling the pressure of her new role as chair-ceo of WarnerMedia Studios and Networks Group, Sarnoff didn’t show it in her Q&a as part of Variety‘s Power of Women Conversations virtual event presented by Lifetime.

“Right now I’d say it’s working pretty well,” she said of the company’s new layout. “Certainly from a talent perspective, and we have probably a hundred talent deals across our various networks, it makes it a lot easier for them
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