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New Line Cinema (also known as "New Line Productions, Inc." and formerly known as "New Line Cinema Corporation") originally started in 1967 by Robert Shaye and Michael Lynne, as an indie/low-budget film studio; however, they did not use a logo until the early 1970s. New Line was acquired by Turner Broadcasting on January 28, 1994, and all were merged with Time Warner on October 10, 1996. In 2008, New Line became a genre and low-to-mid-budget unit of Warner Bros. Pictures, shutting down as an independent studio under Time Warner after CEO Jeff Bewkes fired Shaye and Lynne as a result of the insane American box office failure of The Golden Compass. As the company itself, the last movie produced by New Line Cinema was The Final Destination.