here. The report stated that while most on-screen diversity improved from 2019, women accounted for 30% of the on-screen roles in Warner Bros.
Pictures projects, a decline of 4% from the prior year. This came as women were greater represented on-screen across all of WarnerMedia’s U.S.-based productions, with 28%, an improvement of 5% from 2019. “Stories that deeply resonate can change how a person contextualizes the world,” said Jason Kilar, CEO at WarnerMedia. “Not only do we get to work on this, but we get to work on this at scale.
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