Premiere of the Looney Tunes film “The Day the Earth Exploded” in Annecy

The Day the Earth Exploded: A Looney Tunes Movie had an unforgettable day with its first screening on Tuesday.

It debuted at an evening event at the Annecy Animation Festival in France, where director Pete Browngardt and Warner Bros. chairman Animation, Sam Register, took the stage to present the film. Centered on Looney Tunes mainstays Porky Pig and Daffy Duck (both voiced by Eric Bauza), The day the Earth exploded comes from Warner Bros. Animation and is expected to hit theaters later this year, although it does not yet have a release date announced.

The film garnered enthusiastic laughter throughout the screening, with some standout moments for the audience, including scenes focusing on the lead duo’s upbringing and their attempts to find employment. The day the Earth exploded features the two characters teaming up in an effort to stop a powerful alien from taking over the planet, the situation becomes more complicated as Porky becomes interested in Petunia Pig (Candi Milo).

Browngardt (Uncle grandfather) noted that this year marks its fifth participation in the animation festival. “It’s a labor of love not only for me but also for the entire team of artists who worked on this film,” the filmmaker said of his film. “All Looney Tunes fans, I hope you enjoy this.”

He continued: “It’s been a long road. We worked on this for four years. It’s animated in 2D. We put our heart and soul into it, so I hope you enjoy it tonight.

While addressing the crowd, Register praised Browngardt’s vision for the project. “Annecy is the best place to premiere this film because the Looney Tunes are very important characters,” Register said. “This is a very important film because these characters mean so much to us and to the animation community. There was no one I trusted more than Pete Browngardt to direct an animated feature film on these characters.

The day the Earth exploded marks the first fully animated Looney Tunes feature film to launch with a theatrical run. Its premiere follows Warner Bros. recent decision not to release Coyote vs. Acmea hybrid of live-action and CG animation focused on the Looney Tunes character Wile E. Coyote and starring John Cena and Will Forte.

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