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The Looney Tunes Are Back in Town!

Discussion in 'Warner Bros.' started by Macgomes, Oct 16, 2019.

  1. Macgomes

    Macgomes Intern Forum Member New Member

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    Well, here's my idea for the Spec Script I keep mentioning! Here's the premise: when Back in Action becomes a box office bomb, Warner Bros. fires the Looney Tunes(Bugs Bunny,Daffy Duck,Lola Bunny,Porky Pig,Elmer Fudd,Yosemite Sam,Tweety,Sylvester,Granny,Pepe Le Pew, Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner,Speedy Gonzales,Foghorn Leghorn,Marvin the Martian,and the Tasmanian Devil) and they all go their separate ways. Years later,the Toons now have new jobs and/or careers. However realizing the world still needs the Looney Tunes, Bugs and Daffy decide to reunite all of their Toon co-stars to go on a nationwide comedy comeback tour. It will be a live-action/animated slapstick comedy that will serve as a tribute to the original cartoons. Originally it was suppose have drama material, but I have now decided to make it more light and fun with some sad moments. The learners test message needs a little work since my original message of "cartoons should not be forgotten" didn't work out, but I do want to somehow express how much Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies have impacted our country and the entire world. My idea will not have a leading role,rather the Toons serving as an ensemble cast making sure done of the Toons get reduced to "cameos." I plan to keep the Toons retain their personalities from the original cartoons, while making Lola Bunny different than in Space Jam and The Looney Tunes Show to make her seem like she can fit in with the Looney Tunes in the original cartoons(Which needs a lot of work).
    Well, what do you guys think? I will appreciate any feedback/suggestions/ideas for my idea! :)
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  2. wiley207

    wiley207 Intern Forum Member New Member

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    I like that idea! Yeah, it's been pretty sleepy on this forum compared to over ten years ago, but I stop by once in a while, and I can tell you that's a pretty good story idea. But I'm not sure if it could carry on as a feature-length film... maybe as an hour-long TV/streaming special though!
  3. oneuglybunny

    oneuglybunny Moderator Staff Member Forum Member

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    I'd concur with Wiley207: the Looney Tunes are a comedy troupe that takes a premise and runs with it in hilarious directions for about six or seven minutes. Kind of like Saturday Night Live: none of their skits went more than 15 minutes. The Looneys just can't keep the comedy drive alive for an hour or more. Space Jam was mostly Michael Jordan, which is why this production happened in the first place. Back In Action came close, but it needed the entire ensemble cast to go that distance, plus it sank Joe Dante's directing career. Even Hanna-Barbera knew their huge bullpen of animated characters could only be stomached for six minutes at a time; 22 minutes, tops.

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