Stumble Guys welcomes Looney Tunes

A new team-based game sees players team up with Wile E. Coyote to transport gadgets out of the ACME factory.

International Olympics Committee and Looney Tunes unite for consumer products programme

“The Looney Tunes embody the spirit of the Olympics and exemplify teamwork, camaraderie, athleticism, and competition – making them an ideal licensing partner for the IOC,” said Robert Oberschelp, Head of Warner Bros. Discovery Global Consumer Products.

Emmy-Award winning musician George Daugherty on bringing Looney Tunes music to concert halls

Great music and Looney Tunes: George Daugherty’s remarkable career in concert

Warner Bros. Discovery Global Consumer Products’ Jay Young on empathy, fandom and untapped brands

Jay Young, VP Creative & Product Development at Warner Bros. Discovery Global Consumer Products, discusses mash-ups, creativity and 100 years of Warner Bros.

Warner Bros Discovery launches ‘ACME Fools’, a month of Looney Tunes mash-ups

The mash-ups will appear across content and merchandise, as well as in a web game featuring the Looney Tunes dressed as iconic Warner Bros characters.

Hot Wheels: Unleashed welcomes Looney Tunes maps and vehicles

The Hot Wheels Looney Tunes Expansion includes new vehicles themed around the franchise’s iconic characters, including Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner, and Marvin the Martian.

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.

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.

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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