Warner Bros partners with Vintage Wine Estates for House of the Dragon wine collection

The collection celebrates the upcoming launch of the Game of Thrones prequel series, House of the Dragon.

Warner Bros teams with Nifty’s for Looney Tunes NFTs

The first NFTs to launch will focus on Tweety, formin part of the character’s 80th anniversary celebrations.

Warner Bros details expansive product slate for DC League of Super-Pets

“Our goal is to give fans a variety of ways to bring DC League of Super-Pets home with them,” said Pam Lifford, President, Warner Bros. Discovery Global Brands and Experiences.

The Jetsons and The Flintstones get footwear collections with Reebok

The collaboration is inspired by The Jetsons Meet The Flintstones, Hanna-Barbera’s 1987 made-for-TV film that brought The Jetsons to Bedrock.

Warner Bros teams with Spyscape for immersive Batman experience

The experience launches in New York City this summer.

Warner Bros’ Batman NFT collection looks to “redefine the NFT experience”

“The Bat Cowl Collection will allow collectors to deepen their connection with Batman and the DC Universe, while embracing their fandom in the growing metaverse ecosystem,” said Josh Hackbarth, Head of NFT Commercial Development for Warner Bros.

Ian Smith chats about what Wigwam Studios brings to character brands, products and more

We ask managing director and co-owner of Wigwam Studios, Ian Smith, what keeps him creative…

Warner Bros Animation’s Jay Bastian on bringing Looney Tunes into podcasts and pre-school

Having launched a successful podcast last year, and with the Bugs Bunny Builders pre-school show on the way, Jay Bastian – Senior Vice President of Series at Warner Bros Animation – tells us why Looney Tunes continues to thrive.

Portal Games bolsters its Detective range with Batman

“While many games fight like Batman, our games will challenge you to think like Batman,” says Ignacy Trzewiczek, CEO and lead writer/designer of the game series.

Looney Tunes podcast “opens up a new avenue of storytelling” for the brand, says Warner Bros Animation

“The Looney Tunes have entertained audiences on countless screens and I’m so excited to bring their unique brand of comedy and slapstick to the podcast medium,” said Sam Register, President of Warner Bros. Animation and Cartoon Network Studios.

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