It’s been two decades since the cult favorite series ended, but Demers says WB brass has given a solid “maybe” to their proposal.
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In a roundtable, he added: “As an animation studio, I just think it’s important we protect the artists and the art form as long as we can.”
The film’s aesthetic is inspired by the work of legendary cartoonists including Ronald Searle and Bill Watterson.
TAG says the studio’s decision was influenced by a recent NLRB ruling regarding production workers at Walt Disney Animation Studios.
The holiday special, acquired by Amazon earlier this year, will hit the platform on December 8.
Co-showrunner talks us through a ton of behind-the-scenes artwork and explains the guidelines his staff followed.
Sixty-six workers from WBA and 22 from CN have asked Warner Bros. Discovery bosses to voluntarily recognize their bargaining unit.
The building was home to dozens of Cartoon Network productions.
The prequel series takes place in 1920s Shanghai and will expand the lore of the 1984 live-action cult classic.
The network has ordered a pilot presentation for the series, which it is producing with Warner Bros. Animation.
A look at how animation has been affected by the upheaval since Discovery completed its acquisition of Warner Bros. back in April.
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.
The company will shop the projects around to other networks and platforms.
We try to make sense of the noise surrounding rumored cuts and cancellations at Warner Bros. Discovery after the company’s Q2 earnings call.
Mexico’s Ánima will handle animation on Batman Azteca, with Titmouse taking on the role for Scavengers Reign.
Bye Bye Bunny: A Looney Tunes Musical will be the first-ever Looney Tunes original animated musical movie produced by WBA.
The Dexter’s Laboratory and Samurai Jack creator will get “maximum creative flexibility to develop original material and access to the extensive character and franchise libraries at each studio.”
Annie voters have until next week to decide which of these projects will take home the prize.
Across Cartoon Network shows in development, 54% of protagonists are female — far more than across Warnermedia’s scripted series in general.
Check out U.S. animation highlights of the coming weeks.