Bye Bye Bunny
|Bye Bye Bunny|
|Production company:||Warner Bros. Animation|
|Executive producer(s):||Sam Register|
|Music composed by:||Ariel Dumas|
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Bye Bye Bunny, also known as Bye Bye Bunny: A Looney Tunes Musical, is an upcoming animated musical film created by Warner Bros Animation based off the Looney Tunes theatrical shorts that ran from 1930 to 1969 in the golden age of animation.
After starring in a smash hit Looney Tunes Broadway production, Bugs Bunny decides it's time to retire from the spotlight for life as a normal rabbit. This encourages Daffy Duck to take his role in the spotlight. However with Bugs' retirement in jeopardy as Daffy is captured by a crazy fan, He must venture to rescue Daffy alongside his Looney Tunes co-stars and hopefully rediscover his love for performing along the way.
The movie was first shown off at the Annecy Film Festival.
On September 16, 2022 an artist on this film said that a majority crew had been laid off, leaving the status of the film unknown. The film was also dropped by HBO Max and is being shipped to other streaming services.
However, a head writer on the film said that the movie is still in production despite the lay offs.
Production on the movie has been put on pause in order to rework the flim into a full fledged musical.
Behind the Scenes
- The title is a reference to the 1963 film Bye Bye Birdie, which is also a musical.