Warner Bros. Studio Facilities has thirty-five Sound Stages, ranging in size from 6,000 to 32,000 square feet located on our main lot and Ranch facilities. We work to accommodate the needs of our production clients and have added central air and support rooms to many of stages creating “Premium” and “Deluxe” audience stages.
All of our stages have stories to tell from productions past and present. Stage 16, one of the tallest in the world with a 2,000,000 gallon water tank, was raised to its current height for the feature “Cain and Mabel” in 1935 and is now one of the favorite stages for large audience shows such as “The Voice.”
Please contact our Studio Operations Group for availability, rates and to schedule a scout.
Sound Stage Chart
(Roll over stage number to see thumbnail; Click to download pdf)
Stage 16 Water Tank used for the 2006 film “Poseidon” directed by Wolfgang Petersen.
Stage 23 – the first “green” sound stage in the industry.
A casino is constructed in Stage 16 for the 2007 feature “Ocean’s 13” directed by Steven Soderbergh.
Adjacent support building for Stages 12, 14, 17 & 18
Entering the Studio’s Main Lot through Gate 2.