Warner Bros. has bought a Looney Tunes movie pitch from Kevin and Dan Hageman where the story is set in the famous ACME Warehouse, which is were Wile E. Coyote does most of his shopping. THR Reports:
The Hagemans came up with the idea to build a feature film around the fictional ACME warehouse -- the manufacturer of anything and everything used by many of the Looney Tunes characters, most fatefully Wile E. Coyote in his quest to catch the Roadrunner. The writers developed the concept with producers Dan Lin and Roy Lee and hope to build a franchise out of the Warner property (the company owns Looney Tunes).
There isn't much more to say about the project because no information on the story or plot has been revealed. I just imagine this will end up being a silly film, that has some potential to be good. Who doesn't like the Looney Tunes?! They're hilarious! Unfortunately they really haven't worked that well when brought to the big screen. Maybe this latest batch of WB Looney Tunes movies that are being developed will be different. What do you think?