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‘Looney Tunes’ Showrunner Inks Cross-Studio Overall Deal at WarnerMedia

Pete Browngardt will develop and produce animated programming for both Warner Bros. Animation and Cartoon Network Studios.

‘Mike Tyson Mysteries’ Showrunner Inks Warner Bros. Animation Overall Deal

Warner Bros. Animation has signed writer and producer Hugh Davidson of 'Mike Tyson Mysteries' to an overall deal.

Warner Bros. Animation Inks First Overall Deal With ‘Family Guy’ Veteran

Warner Bros. Animation has signed its first major overall deal with 'Family Guy' veteran Wellesley Wild.

‘Flintstones’ Reboot in the Works From Elizabeth Banks, Warner Bros. Animation

A new version of 'The Flintstones' is in the early stages of development at Warner Bros. Animation, with Elizabeth Banks attached as an executive producer.

Warner Bros. Animation Unveils First ‘Looney Tunes Cartoons’ in Annecy

Executive producer and showrunner Peter Browngardt ('Uncle Grandpa') screened close to a dozen new episodes of WB's reboot of the classic cartoons.

China Box Office: ‘Aquaman’ Makes $25M Opening-Day Splash

The Jason Momoa-starring superhero title set an opening-day record for Warner Bros., with effusive word of mouth across China suggesting growing momentum.

‘Animaniacs’ Revived at Hulu With 2-Season Order

The streamer is teaming with Amblin Television and Warner Bros. Animation to revive the animated series with Steven Spielberg on board to exec produce.

‘Book of Life’ Director Developing ‘Lego’ Film (Exclusive)

Jorge Gutierrez is taking over a project known as 'The Billion Brick Race.'

‘Storks’: How an R-Rated Comedy Director and a Pair of Pixar Alums Created a Family-Friendly Film

'Storks,' with a cast that includes Andy Samberg and Kelsey Grammer, relied heavily on improvisation.

‘Storks’ Premiere: The Cast on Making Comedy, Creator on Making Babies

"This is a pretty dirty movie," joked director Nicholas Stoller at the world premiere of the Warner Bros. animated feature at the Regency Village Theater on Saturday morning.

CineEurope: ‘Wonder Woman,’ ‘Skull Island,’ ‘The Accountant’ Previewed by Warner Bros.

The all-star presentation started with DC, leaped to Lego and signed off with 'Harry Potter.'