Adam Keen has returned to Warner Bros. as its Senior Vice President of Publicity after an 18-month absence.
“We are thrilled to be welcoming Adam back to the Warner Bros. family,” the studio’s president of worldwide marketing, Blair Rich, said in a statement Monday. “He is an extraordinarily accomplished and respected publicity executive who inspires his colleagues and brings tremendous talent, drive and innovation to every campaign on which he works.”
Keen’s previous stop was at Broad Green Pictures, where he served as its Executive Vice President of Worldwide Publicity and Corporate Communications. He oversaw Broad Green’s publicity campaigns and studio communications on both coasts.
Before that, he was Vice President of Publicity at Warner Bros., where Keen led the team that worked on “Gravity,” which took home seven Oscars. He also worked on films including “The Conjuring,” “Man of Steel,” “300: Rise of an Empire,” “Tammy,” “Prisoners,” “Blended,” “Into the Storm,” “The Good Lie,” “Inherent Vice” and the IMAX documentary “Island of Lemurs: Madagascar.”
Prior to his first stint at Warner Bros., Keen worked as head of publicity at Relativity Media. Keen has also worked in publicity at DreamWorks Pictures and held senior publicity positions at Overture Films and MGM/UA. In addition, he is responsible for launching the entertainment and brand strategies division at ID Public Relations.