Bron inks $100M co-financing deal with Warner Bros. Pictures

The multi-picture agreement includes upcoming Warner Bros. titles such as Joker and Torrance.

Bron Creative is expanding its relationship with Warner Bros. Pictures via a $100-million, six-picture co-financing agreement with the U.S. studio.

Under the deal, Bron’s Aaron L. Gilbert and Creative Wealth Media’s Jason Cloth, will serve as executive producers on a slate of Warner Bros. Pictures’ titles including DC Comics’ Joker, Ben Affleck-starrer Torrance (working title) and Clint Eastwood’s The Mule, the latter of which was released in the U.S. on Dec. 14.

The agreement also covers three projects produced through Warner Bros. subsidiary New Line Cinema: rom-com Isn’t It Romantic, directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson; mob drama The Kitchen; and Superintelligence, directed by Ben Falcone.

Bron Creative, the joint venture between Bron Studios and financier Creative Wealth Media, has previously co-financed New Line’s The Good Liar, directed by Bill Condon and starring Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen. The project is scheduled for release in November 2019.

The deal between Bron Creative and Warner Bros. was negotiated by Cloth and Richard McConnell for Creative Wealth Media, Aaron Gilbert, Steven Thibault and Adam Davids for Bron and Graham Taylor for Endeavor Content.

Gilbert and Cloth pictured left and right, respectively