I know, right? It's especially ironic given that Cartoon Network intended "Uncle Grandpa" as their replacement for "The Looney Tunes Show" in 2013.I wanna see the look on some animation snob's faces when they find out the man who is spearheading these shorts was also responsible for Uncle Grandpa.
I imagine it'll be a mix of platforms like YouTube, the WarnerMedia streaming service and perhaps if it's a long enough short, attached to family films like Scoob.Man oh man, does this bode well for what's to come. I've always thought you can't do a revival that doesn't feel like a diet version of the original, but this is very much proving me wrong right now. It blows "New Looney Tunes" completely out of the water, and it's just highly impressive to see something this incredibly faithful.
Now if only they can clue us in as to how these will be released. It's like the one thing we don't know about this series as of now.
Done to death? Huh? They have never done a contemporary Looney Tunes. Either we get something completely un-Looney Tunes (The LT Show, Loonatics Unleashed etc.), or we get the same jokes from the classic cartoons over and over again (Wabbit)."Contemporary" Looney Tunes have been done to death at this point (with mixed results.) I like seeing things going old school.
The CGI Looney Tunes shorts were attached to a number of WB family films so I would guess that'll be the case with the new Looney Tunes Cartoons although probably not until next year because Warner Bros hasn't got any family films coming up this year.I imagine some shorts were considered or made especially for theatrical release. If they're trying to re-create the classic Looney Tunes, I think having new content premiere before movies in theaters would be one of the first thing they'd do.
The Looney Tunes Show proved how modernization doesn't really work in the characters' favor."Contemporary" Looney Tunes have been done to death at this point (with mixed results.) I like seeing things going old school.
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