Warner Bros. Animation has begun a new series of Looney Tunes shorts with an updated take on the classic dynamic between Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd. Titled “Dynamic Dance,” the new short seeks to revive the renowned cartoon skits from the 1930 to 1969 era through reviving the company’s iconic characters.
As classic as the cartoon skits come, the new short maintains itself as a thrill-filled spectacle, eloquently bringing back the eruptive conflict between the lone hunter and his prized enemy. Both characters maintain their idiosyncratic looks, with the plot hashed out in its usual cartoonishly-humorous manner.
Last year, Warner announced its plan to bring back the original Looney Tunes format, with Variety recently reporting that the new skit is just 90 seconds of what is reportedly over 1000 minutes of brand new Looney Tunes content. There are purportedly over 200 remaining shorts that will be revealed in the near future.
You can watch “Dynamite Dance” above. Stay tuned as more information regarding the revived shorts will likely be revealed in the near future.
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