Looney Tunes Returns to the Big Screen with a New Animated Adventure

Looney Tunes Returns to the Big Screen with a New Animated Adventure

Looney Tunes is making a grand comeback with a fresh theatrical release starring Porky Pig and Daffy Duck in The Day the Earth Blew Up: A Looney Tunes Movie. This isn’t just another sequel or spin-off; it’s the first time the franchise will unveil a movie that’s entirely animated for the cinema.

In this new adventure, the world faces the threat of extraterrestrial beings, and surprisingly, it’s Porky and Daffy who rise to the occasion. Under the direction of Pete Browngardt and the imaginative team from the “Looney Tunes Cartoons,” this film is set to deliver a blend of humor, vibrant visuals, and the unique Looney Tunes charm in a way we’ve never seen before.

Seeing these timeless characters take center stage again is genuinely nostalgic. Warner Bros. Animation and Cartoon Network Studios’ president, Sam Register, couldn’t hide his enthusiasm about the project. He believes the movie encapsulates the magic that originally endeared these characters to audiences. With the collaboration of GFM Animation, he’s hopeful for a successful return of Porky and Daffy to theaters.


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Speaking of GFM Animation, their chairman, Guy Collins, shared the team’s enthusiasm. Working with Warner Bros. Animation on such an iconic project is a thrilling experience for them. He’s optimistic that fans worldwide will adore Porky and Daffy’s latest adventure.

The film is currently under production and is expected to be ready by 2024. Along with Browngardt, Alex Kirwan is on board as the supervising producer, while Sam Register also wears the hat of an executive producer.

For fans and newcomers alike, this movie promises a delightful experience. After all, who doesn’t love a good buddy comedy, especially when it’s our cherished Porky and Daffy saving the world? I personally can’t wait to see it!

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