Apparently Bugs Bunny will be back on the big screen, starring in a film of his own.


Screenwriter Robert Rugan announced it on Twitter, with a post that was later removed (the author was most likely not authorized to talk about it). Specifically, the film should be a hybrid between animation and live-action, in the wake of other films such as the recent Space Jam: New Legends . That’s all for the moment, as always we will keep you updated on every development.

An animated icon

The story of Bugs Bunny begins in the 1930s, when the character was created by a group of Warner Bros animators, including Tex Avery, Bob Clampett and Robert McKimson . The character was designed as a younger and more affectionate version of another Warner Bros character, called “Happy Rabbit”.

Bugs Bunny was instantly popular with audiences, eventually becoming one of the most iconic characters in American popular culture in the 1940s and 1950s. He appeared in numerous animated shorts, often alongside other well-known Warner Bros. characters such as Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd and Porky Pig .

In the 1960s and 1970s, Bugs Bunny also became a common presence on television, with shows such as “The Bugs Bunny Show.” The character has continued to evolve and adapt to the times, becoming increasingly popular with the younger generation.