The trio will lead Hollywood's largest film studio, a unit of Time Warner Inc.
Kroll, president of worldwide marketing, adds international distribution to her duties. Silverman, president of production, will also become president of creative development and worldwide production at Warner Bros. Pictures. New Line Cinema President and Chief Operating Officer Emmerich will continue to oversee that production company and assume responsibility for Warner Bros. Theater Ventures., which is its live theater division.
The Burbank company also said it has extended the contract of Dan Fellman, president of domestic distribution. The leadership trio and Fellman will report to Warner Bros. Chief Executive Kevin Tsujihara.
Robinov, president of Warner Bros. Pictures Group since 2007, was not mentioned in the Warner Bros. announcement. The Los Angeles Times reported last week that the executive was making arrangements to depart the studio after a falling out with management.
Robinov's departure comes about a month after the resignation of Rosenblum, chief of Warner Bros. Television Group.
"Warner Bros. is the world's preeminent motion picture studio with one of the most talented executive benches in the industry," said Tsujihara in a statement. "Collectively, this team has more than 100 years at the company and broad experience across the film business, which will ensure that Warner Bros. Pictures continues as a respected leader in production, marketing and global distribution."
Kroll became president of worldwide marketing at Warner Bros. Pictures in January 2008. Silverman has been president of production at Warner Bros. Pictures since April 2011.
Emmerich has headed New Line Cinema since March 2008. The production company, a unit of Warner Bros., made recent movies
Warner Bros. also announced that Veronika Kwan Vandenberg will continue as president of international distribution, and will eventually take over worldwide distribution responsibilities upon the planned retirement of Fellman.