Cartoon Network Studios and Warner Bros. Animation are consolidating into a single unit, and that’s an ominous sign for the future of new, original Cartoon Network animation.
“[It’s] kind of like the designs you remember them looking like, not so much what they actually look like,” says “Animaniacs” co-executive producer Gabe Swarr.
New Looney Tunes debuted on Wednesday in front of a standing-room only crowd of 1,000 festival attendees.
With festival attendance booming, Annecy is becoming an important stop for the American studios to preview and premiere animation projects.
Diehl is joining Warner Bros. Animation at a time when the division is enjoying a boom period.
Over 200 women and gender-nonconforming people in the animation industry are making a demand: “This abuse has got to stop.”