Warner Bros. Motion Picture Group and investment firm Domain Capital announced that they have inked a multi-year, co-financing agreement spanning multiple years that “reflects Warner Bros. expanded focus of theatrical films as the company continues to grow its diverse slate of movies across every genre for audiences across the globe.”

The new arrangement included Barbie — released in July — and will continue with the studio’s major tentpoles including Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, Wonka and The Color Purple.

Domain in 2022 announced the closing of more than $700 million of equity commitments for an entertainment fund and co-investment vehicle focused on film, television and music.

Mike De Luca and Pamela Abdy, co-chairs & CEOs of Warner Bros. Motion Picture Group, “We are pleased to have this co-financing agreement with Domain Capital in place given their deep knowledge of the entertainment space, and as we continue to build on the studio’s 100-year commitment to theatrical releases.”

Said Pete Chiappetta, Managing Director Media, Entertainment & Technology at Domain Capital Group: “We are honored to be working with a world-class studio partner in Warner Bros. and excited to participate in furthering their long track record of creating premium theatrical content. We believe this long-term relationship, and the ultimate library that it creates, will further our investment strategy within media, entertainment and technology”.

Variety first reported the agreement.

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