Looney Tunes: Sports Made Simple Shorts Debut

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Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes Bring Sports to Life

Warner Bros. Animation is launching a new series of original cartoon shorts titled Looney Tunes: Sports Made Simple, featuring Bugs Bunny and the iconic Looney Tunes characters. This initiative marks a significant shift as Warner Bros. celebrates April Fools’ Day and the entire month of April with ACME Fools festivities.

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Despite the disappointment of Coyote vs. ACME being put on hold, fans of Warner Bros.’ beloved mascots have something to look forward to. The release of six new Looney Tunes: Sports Made Simple shorts is set to captivate audiences, with Bugs Bunny leading the way as he offers sports tutorials covering a range of activities including tennis, breakdancing, mountain biking, volleyball, and gymnastics.

For a sneak peek, viewers can catch the first short exclusively on io9 before its official launch on WB Kids YouTube and Looney Tunes’ social media platforms on Tuesday, April 16 at 6 a.m. PT.

To kick things off, Bugs Bunny hosts a tutorial on the 4x100M relay race, providing valuable insights on how to participate and strategies for winning. This fresh approach diverges from the traditional Looney Tunes Cartoons and Space Jam visuals, instead drawing inspiration from the animation styles of Wabbit and New Looney Tunes, while maintaining Bugs Bunny’s signature goofy charm to deliver playful explanations on sports fundamentals.

The prospect of Bugs Bunny delving into the intricacies of athletics offers a unique and engaging experience, especially for those seeking a fun and informative introduction to sports. Stay tuned to io9 for the latest developments and announcements on all things Looney Tunes.

If you crave more pop culture updates, io9 covers a range of topics including upcoming releases from Marvel, Star Wars, and Star Trek, developments in the DC Universe on screen, and insights into the future of Doctor Who.

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