(January 9, 2019 – Burbank, CA) Julien Noble has been named Executive Vice President, International Marketing, Warner Bros. Pictures, it was announced today by Blair Rich, President, Worldwide Marketing Warner Bros. Pictures Group and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment.
In his new role, Noble will join Warner Bros. Pictures’ worldwide marketing team, where he’ll help create innovative and strategic international campaigns for all WBP and New Line Cinema films. Working across the marketing organization, Noble will execute dynamic international campaigns and ensure the marketing goals of each territory are realized. He will also use his background in digital, as well as his experience from working in-territory and regionally, to drive innovation in WBPG’s international marketing operations. Noble will report directly to Rich and work closely with JP Richards, Executive Vice President, Worldwide Marketing and Chief Data Strategist, Warner Bros. Pictures.
“Coming off Warner Bros.’ best year ever at the international box office, the marketing of our films to overseas audiences in creative and meaningful ways is more important than ever,” said Rich. “Julien is an incredibly talented and forward-thinking marketing executive with a deep knowledge of the international business, and we’ll look to him to help us create campaigns that connect with audiences around the world. We’re all excited to have him join our team.”
Noble joins Warner Bros. Pictures from 20th Century Fox, where he served as Executive Vice President, Worldwide Digital, most recently working on high-profile and award-winning campaigns for releases such as the “Deadpool” films, the “X-Men” films, “Logan,” “Bohemian Rhapsody” and “The Greatest Showman.” Before that, he was Senior Vice President, Digital, International at 20th. Previously, he spent seven years at Walt Disney Studios in the UK and the U.S. in a variety of roles, most recently as Vice President, Global Digital and Publicity, where he worked on a wide array of films, including the “Avengers” releases and “Frozen.” He began his entertainment career in France working at 20th Century Fox as a new media executive.
Noble is multilingual and holds degrees from the INSEEC School of Communication (known as Sup de Pub in France) and Pigier, Aix en Provence.
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