Animation has attempted to revive the Looney Tunes cast of characters from the the exaggerated art style of New Looney Tunes (also known as Wabbit) to the more sitcom influenced The Looney Tunes Show.
While Warner Bros. Animation has not yet announced the cartoonists or what network the series will air on, it's exciting enough that the new Looney Tunes will be available at the swipe of a finger.
I would hope that kids today are still able to howl with laughter while watching Looney Tunes, but even if the older cartoons don't quite float their boat, a fresh generation will get the gift of hours upon hours of brand-new Looney Tunes shorts.
Multiple artists will employ a visual style that will resonate with fans as each "season" will produce 1,000 minutes of all-new Looney Tunes animation to be distributed across multiple platforms, including digital, mobile and broadcast. This is important. From the beginning, the Looney Tunes were defined by who was directing each short, and each of the directors specialized in specific types of comedy and characters. The Looney Tunes Cartoons will span between one-to-six minutes and WAG is hoping to produce 1,000 minutes in all.
Animation and Warner Digital Series president Sam Register, and Uncle Grandpa creator Pete Browngardt. Animation and Warner Digital Series.
Warner Bros Animation is creating a new series of short-form cartoons based on the studio's iconic Looney Tunes Cartoons franchise featuring the likes of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and the gang that will harken to the original Looney Tunes theatrical shorts.
During the golden age of animation in the US, every single frame of every cartoon was drawn by hand and while modern day Warner will probably employ some modern technology to help the process along, you can bet they'll be trying to emulate the classic look from the Merrie Melodies offerings of the '30s and '40s. His name his pronounced like the first two syllables of "tomorrow" in case you were wondering. He has earned a master's degree in marketing intelligence from Fordham University and has provided branding strategies for various companies and organizations.