Warner Bros. Animation Inc.  is an American animation studio which is part of the Warner Bros. Television Studios division of Warner Bros., a flagship of Warner Bros. Discovery.
List of Warner Bros. Animation productions From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Productions by the American animation studio Warner Bros. Animation Warner Bros. Television Warner Bros. Entertainment Warner Bros. Discovery, include animated feature films, shorts, specials, and television series. Theatrical features Compilation films
Warner Bros. Pictures Animation, formerly known as the Warner Animation Group ( WAG ), is an American animation studio that serves as the feature film label of Warner Bros. ' theatrical film production and distribution division, Warner Bros. Pictures.
List of Warner Bros. theatrical animated feature films This is a list of theatrical animated feature films produced or released by Warner Bros., a division of Warner Bros. Discovery. Warner Bros. releases films from Warner-owned and non-Warner owned animation studios.
Animated television programs Online shorts
About us We Make Cartoons! Website https://www.warnerbros.com/ Industries Entertainment Providers Company size 10,001+ employees Type Public Company Locations Primary Get directions Burbank,...
View full company info for Warner Bros. Animation 1. Harley Quinn (2019– ) TV-14 | 23 min | Animation, Action, Adventure 8.5 Rate this The series focuses on a single Harley Quinn, who sets off to make it on her own in Gotham City. Stars: Kaley Cuoco, Lake Bell, Alan Tudyk, Ron Funches Votes: 34,891 2. My Adventures with Superman (2023– )
First fully animated movie from Warner Bros. Feature Animation outside of Turner Feature Animation. 5. The Iron Giant. August 6, 1999. Second and final fully animated movie from Warner Bros. Feature Animation. Only movie to use a WBFA logo. 6. Osmosis Jones. August 10, 2001.
Warner Bros. Pictures Animation (formerly known as the Warner Animation Group) was created in 2013, by Jeff Robinov to create animated theatrical films for Warner Bros. Pictures, and to replace the shuttered Warner Bros. Feature Animation which closed in 2004. Projects Warner Bros. Television Group Warner Bros. Animation Warner Bros. Cartoons