Warner Bros De Lane Lea

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Warner Bros De Lane Lea

UK post production house Warner Bros De Lane Lea (WBDLL) is relocating from Dean Street to Soho Estate’s Ilona Rose House on Greek Street in Central London.

Located over three floors of the building, the new purpose-built facility house will feature the UK’s largest mixing stage at 32,000 sq. ft.

The site is set to open next month, and will also include a suite of 45 networked cutting rooms, three further mixing stages, two large DCI grading theatres and a purpose-built ADR environment.

Ilona Rose House is a 300,000 sq. ft mixed-use development. 

De Lane Lea studios has been operating for more than 70 years and was acquired by Warner Bros in 2012. Credits include Wonder Woman, Gravity, and the Harry Potter series.