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Bron Creative Announces $100 Million Co-Financing Deal With Warner Bros.

”The Mule,“ ”Joker“ and Ben Affleck’s ”Torrance“ among the projects that Aaron L. Gilbert and Jason Cloth will come on as exec producers

Bron Creative has closed a multi-picture, $100 million co-financing deal with Warner Bros, the company announced on Tuesday.

Bron Studios and Creative Wealth Media will co-finance several upcoming Warner Bros. films, including Clint Eastwood’s “The Mule,” the Batman villain prequel “Joker” with Joaquin Phoenix, the Ben Affleck-led film “Torrance” (working title) from Gavin O’Connor, as well as New Line Cinema’s “Isn’t It Romantic” with Rebel Wilson, “The Kitchen” starring Melissa McCarthy and Tiffany Haddish and “Superintelligence,” also starring McCarthy.

Bron’s Aaron L. Gilbert and/or Creative Wealth Media’s Jason Cloth will also serve as executive producers on these upcoming films.

The deal expands Warner’s relationship with Bron Creative, which previously co-financed New Line’s “The Good Liar,” which will be released on Nov. 15, 2019.

“I’m excited about expanding our relationship with Warner Bros.,” Gilbert said in a statement. “They have continued to be great collaborative partners and we feel they have put together a strong curated group of films for the global market.”

“The performance of Warner Bros. films speaks for itself. This is a studio and team with an unequivocal understanding of how to make and deliver hits. It’s a wonderful privilege to be partnered with an iconic brand that boldly continues to evolve, create and champion storytelling at the highest level,” Cloth added.

“Aaron and the team at BRON have been great partners with us on ‘The Good Liar’ and we are happy to continue our partnership on these additional films,” Warner Bros. chairman Toby Emmerich said in a statement.

Bron Creative has recently produced projects that include “Fences,” Roman J. Israel, Esq.,” “A Simple Favor” and “The Spy Who Dumped Me.” And they’ll also be behind “Greyhound,” a World War II film co-written by and starring Tom Hanks.

The co-financing deal was negotiated by Jason Cloth and Richard McConnell on behalf of Creative Wealth Media, Aaron Gilbert for Bron, supported by Bron’s Steven Thibault and Adam Davids, and by Endeavor Content.