The film will serve as an “epic conclusion” for the original series, while establishing the world for the new series.
“‘Battu’ is unlike anything we have ever tried at the studio,” says Cartoon Network Studios president Sam Register.
New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. Animation are fast-tracking the project for the big screen.
An iconic name in animation is resurrected.
Browngardt’s deal is the first one to span the two studios.
Martinez and Crews will be vice presidents of series and production, respectively.
HBO Max and Cartoon Network have announced two new series from familiar talent.
The opening segment of the first new “Animaniacs” episode is a tribute to its executive producer Steven Spielberg.
Combined, the two studios he’s leading currently produce more than 30 series.
Eighty episodes will launch on HBO Max next week.
The race for animation talent heats up as Warner Bros. Animation signs its first overall deal.
With festival attendance booming, Annecy is becoming an important stop for the American studios to preview and premiere animation projects.
It’s the first time that Warner Bros. has made an entire series of cartoonist-driven Looney Tunes in nearly 60 years.
A look at animated series coming to Cartoon Network and Facebook Watch.
This film is a major rarity in the U.S movie market.
Here’s the most exciting Looney Tunes announcement in a long time.
More Hanna-Barbera revivals are headed to the Boomerang app.
The new Thundercats will launch in 2019.
The “Animaniacs” reboot at Hulu is being helmed by this “Family Guy” veteran.
“Teen Titans Go! To The Movies” is raising the bar for farting in American animation.
Two new seasons of “Animaniacs” will launch in 2020.
Diehl is joining Warner Bros. Animation at a time when the division is enjoying a boom period.
It’s safe to say that the Walt Disney Company has never aired an animated series like “Ginger Snaps.”
What would happen if two historic animation powerhouses—Warner Bros. and Disney—collaborated on a TV series? Whatever you were expecting, it probably wasn’t this.
WBA president Sam Register executes a pair of high-profile promotions to mine existing properties as well as streamline daily business activities.
“The Tom and Jerry Show” will premiere Wednesday, April 9th, at 5:30pm (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network. It’s being pitched as “a fresh take on the iconic frenemies that preserves the look, core characters and sensibilities of the original theatrical shorts.” Unlike the original 6-7 minute theatrical shorts, which were produced during the 1940s-’50s, the new episodes will be 11-minutes each.
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