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About a week after the Warner Bros. Discovery CEO gutted the leadership team of Turner Classic Movies, a group of famed directors — Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese, and Paul Thomas Anderson — has been brought on board to curate films for the network, as reported earlier by CNBC.
TCM is the commercial-free cable channel that runs a library of curated classic films on a 24/7 loop. Since its launch in the ’90s, TCM has been regarded as a staple in the film industry, specifically among those dedicated to film preservation and history.
That’s why Warner Bros. Discovery sparked outrage last week after slashing the TCM team from 90 to about 20, according to The Wrap, and laid off film veteran Pola Changnon, the executive vice president of…