Warner Bros. Discovery layoffs and cuts are shaking up the company, with its latest cut hitting. the company’s diversity-focused studio Stage 13 and its Television Workshop talent program. According to a report by Variety, Warner Brothers is looking to save $3 billion dollars following the Discovery merger, so there may be even more areas where the company will either nix staff or entire departments. The company has already consolidated a couple of its animation departments in Cartoon Network Studios and Warner Bros. Animation, which makes sense as the two studios already share other internal teams. In other entertainment news, Colin Ferrell explains The Penguin series’ timeline in The Batman movie, and there is something new happening here at IGN: IGN Rewards.