Coming to HBO Max, the 10-episode first installment of Season 2 mayhem, featuring Bugs, Daffy, Porky, Tweety, and other famous Tunes, promises laughs, groans, and all-around fun.
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The animated/live-action hybrid comedy stars basketball legend LeBron James on an epic adventure to save his kid; in theaters and HBO Max July 16.
Watch a clip of Oscar winners Ben Burtt and Craig Barron sharing insights into the groundbreaking special effects on Humphrey Bogart’s 1950 film, ‘Chain Lightning,’ his last at Warner Bros.
Watch clips of ‘High Speed Hare,’ and Petunia Pig’s ‘Pigture Perfect;’ new batch of 10 shorts premieres April 29.
‘Toon in With Me’ morning cartoon show pays homage to ‘Bugs Bunny’ featuring special themed programs, classic episodes, stories, and insights into one of the world’s most popular rabbit; week will culminate with #1 Viewers’ Choice.
Fans won’t have to say good-bye on April 30 to extensive set of classic Hanna-Barbera and Looney Tunes series; HBO has extended the stay of shows including ‘The Flintstones,’ ‘Josie and the Pussycats,’ ‘The Looney Tunes Show,’ ‘The Scooby-Doo Show,’ and a host of others.
Warner Bros. releases new trailer and images for their upcoming animated/live-action hybrid comedy adventure starring NBA legend LeBron James and a team of your favorite Looney Tunes characters in a high-stakes challenge against an A.I.-led squad of digital goons.
Pete Puma’s looking to snack on ‘Bugs,’ Daffy is bested by a photocopier, and offers legal advice to Elmer Fudd, in a new set of 10 shorts dropping April 29.
Under terms of agreement, Emmy-nominated Pete Browngardt will produce original animated programming across Warner Bros. Animation and Cartoon Network Studios, with access to both studios’ extensive IP libraries, for viewing on all WarnerMedia platforms.
Pepé Le Pew gets the axe and Lola Bunny is desexualized as director Malcolm D. Lee attempts to cure the Warner Bros. Entertainment franchise of its political incorrectness.
Taz makes his full-length short debut; Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and other fan favorites return as a new batch of 10 shorts drops January 21.
Hosted one-hour series will feature sketches, guests, interviews, and games leading into some of the most iconic cartoon shorts ever, including fan favorites from the Merrie Melodies, Looney Tunes, and the MGM shorts libraries; ‘Saturday Morning Cartoon’ three-hour cartoon block debuts January 2.
Former Boomerang VP and general manager steps up to lead Warner’s development of its branded digital offerings including Cartoon Network; Boomerang; Adult Swim; TCM; Warner Bros. Animation; and Cartoon Network Studios.
Amblin Television and Warner Bros. Animation to produce new half hour animated comedy series featuring characters from the Emmy Award-winning ‘Tiny Toons Adventures.’
Artist walks through her journey from animation student, to intern, to working on the new series of classic Warner Bros. cartoons.
Musician picks up where Carl Stalling left off, returning to Warner Bros. more than 25 years after composing on ‘Animaniacs’ and ‘Pinky and the Brain.’
73 lots of featured art includes collections of rare production cels, animation drawings, and concept artwork, David Hall and Mary Blair pieces, and a variety of memorabilia signed by Walt Disney.
Peter Browngardt and Alex Kirwan are lovingly producing 1,000 minutes of brand-new gag-driven shorts featuring treasured Warner Bros. characters at their slap-sticky best.
The notoriously outrageous Emmy Award-winning creator of ‘King Star King’ is back, expletives and all, with a new Adult Swim series that takes a bloody axe to some of your favorite kids’ stories.
Notable industry figures join nominated artists for evening of classic cartoon-themed music, refreshments and activities.
The Los Angeles Animation Festival, which includes 10 hours of shorts competition, runs this Saturday and Sunday at the Mayflower Club in North Hollywood; this year's honoree is noted historian Jerry Beck.
Creator Aaron McGruder returns as showrunner and executive producer on two-season series order, being produced by Sony Pictures Animation.
Warner Bros. Animation producing 1,000 minutes of cartoon animation featuring iconic favorites like Bugs Bunny and Porky Pig for a new season of broadcast, digital and mobile play.