Let’s face it, how many of us were really excited to see Pepe Le Pew return in Warner Bros. Looney Tunes blockbuster Space Jam: A New Legacy? Nobody? Good, because The Hollywood Reporter revealed that the little stinker was cut off the team for the sequel to LeBron James, which starred.
According to the report, Le Pew was benched more than a year ago, but it did has just been confirmed in the light of a recent New York Times piece drawn from the story of Dr. Seuss annulment culture emerged.
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What it means for the classic cartoon character’s long-term future is unknown but he won’t be part of the July 16th cast. Who would you like to see in his place? Let us know what you think of this news by going to our social channels @ FlickeringMyth.
“During a trip to the Warner Bros. studio, NBA superstar LeBron James and his son accidentally find their way into a world everyone Contains stories and characters from Warner Bros., under the control of a dysfunctional, all-powerful force called Al G. (played by Don Cheadle). With the help of Bugs Bunny, LeBron must navigate a never-before-imagined world of iconic movie scenes and characters as they reassemble the Looney Tunes to save his prodigal son. To get home, Lebron and the Tunes must unravel Al G’s mysterious plan and win an epic basketball game against digitally gamified superversions of the greatest stars of the NBA and WNBA while the whole world is watching. “
Space Jam: A New Legacy is staged by Malcolm D. Lee (Night School), with LeBron James alongside Don Cheadle (Avengers: Endgame), Sonequa Martin-Green (Star Trek: Discovery) and basketball stars Anthony Davis and Damian Lillard produces and stars Chris Paul, Diana Taurasi, Klay Thompson, Nneka Ogwumike and Chiney Ogwumike. The film is also said to show the singing talents of Jeff Bergman, Eric Bauza, Kath Soucie, Bob Bergen, Fred Tatasciore and Jim Cummings.
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