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John Cena to Star in Coyote vs. Acme

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After successfully bringing success to the series Peacemaker, John Cena is now deepening his relationship with Warner Bros. According to reports from DeadlineCena will star in the project of the franchise Looney Tunesthe hybrid-animated film entitled Coyotes vs. Acme. A film project to be “starred” by an iconic character Wile E. Coyote It will be released on July 21, 2023.

Coyotes v. Acme will tell the story of an unlucky lawyer who takes Wile E. Coyote as his client. Cayote, who is an iconic cartoon character, wants to sue Acme for its many defective products. However, things changed when the boss of the lawyer’s former law firm turned out to be representing Acme in the lawsuit. Production on the film will begin in March in New Mexico.

Skipper Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, Dave Green will direct the project, while Lego Batman director Chris McKay and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia writers Jon and Josh Silberman will produce along with Jesse Ehrman as production supervisor for Warner Bros.

Wile E. Coyote

Described as a hybrid animated and live-action film, Coyotes vs. Acme will likely feature Wile E. Coyote interacting in the real world. Those who remember the classic Looney Tunes cartoon may remember that every trap and weapon Wile E. acquired all failed in spectacular fashion, always resulting in leaving a badly injured coyote. Maybe the desert beasts finally realized that Acme hurt him much more than Road Runner.

The story of the “feud” between Wile E. Coyote and The Road Runner is a story that cartoon fans never get tired of watching. The story is quite simple, where the Cayote tries to catch its prey which is a bird that runs very fast. But he never succeeded even with various sophisticated traps though.

Looney Tunes has had multiple incarnations over its more than 90 year history and this isn’t the first time these classic animated characters will be in a live-action animated hybrid film. The project will be the fourth film in the franchise to take this approach. Previously, we have seen the presence Looney Tunes: Back in Action, Space Jamand its sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy.

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