In celebration of their 90th anniversary, Warner Bros is to open their film library, which is by far the largest in Hollywood, next year.

The studio has plans to release a total of 7 ‘Best of Warner Bros’ collections in both DVD and Blu-ray formats as part of the yearlong celebrations scheduled to begin in January 2013. These sets are intended to spotlight the studio’s long movie making history. The landmark anniversary is being marked with a brand new logo which was unveiled this past Wednesday by CEO Barry Meyer at the Burbank lot where the studio has made its home since 1928. This follows in the footsteps of other majors Universal and Paramount who also lauded their centennials this year with remastered home video releases and new versions of their corporate logos.

The largest collection to be released during the celebrations will be a 100 film DVD set featuring all 22 of the studio’s Best Picture Oscar winners. A separate 50 film Blu-ray set is also planned and both are the largest collections ever released in the respective formats.

The Warner Home Video library includes some 6,800 titles, around 2,000 of which are available on DVD or Blu-ray, so it is expected that many of the titles will be remastered and released in these modern formats throughout the year. One confirmed project is the release of a 3D version of 1939 classic ‘The Wizard of Oz’, which also has the possibility of a theatrical release.