This is a list of feature films with appearances by the Looney Tunes characters, either centered on that series or just cameo roles only.

Compilation films

All directed by Friz Freleng except where noted. All on DVD except where noted.

Title Release date Included shorts Notes
Bugs Bunny: Superstar December 19, 1975 Directed by Larry Jackson. The only Looney Tunes compilation film with no new animation; bridging sequences are all live-action documentary. Only Looney Tunes film originally distributed by United Artists. Included on Looney Tunes Golden Collection, volume 4 as a special feature. Then as standalone feature through Warner Archive on DVD.
The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie September 14, 1979

With clips from:

Directed by Chuck Jones and Phil Monroe
Released as part of Looney Tunes 2-Movie Collection DVD set.
The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie November 20, 1981

With clips from:

Released on single disc DVD of same name.
Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales November 19, 1982

With clips from:

Released as part of Looney Tunes 2-Movie Collection DVD set.
Daffy Duck's Fantastic Island August 5, 1983 Released on single disc DVD of same name.
Daffy Duck's Quackbusters September 24, 1988

With clips from:

Directed by Greg Ford and Terry Lennon
Released on single disc DVD of same name.
The Looney Tunes Hall of Fame November 13, 1991 No new animation, Not on DVD but individual shorts are for most part.

Original films

Theatrical releases

# Title Release Date Co-production with Animation services Budget Gross
1 Space Jam[S] November 15, 1996 Warner Bros. Family Entertainment
Warner Bros. Feature Animation
Northern Lights Entertainment
Courtside Seats Productions
Main facility
Bardel Entertainment
Stardust Pictures
Heart of Texas Productions
Character Builders
Chuck Gammage Animation
Premier Films Ltd.
Rees / Leiva Productions
Spaff Animation
Uli Meyer Features
$80 million $250.2 million
2 Looney Tunes: Back in Action[S] November 14, 2003 Warner Bros. Feature Animation

Baltimore Spring Creek Productions
Goldmann Pictures
Lonely Film Productions GmbH & Co. KG

Main faculties
Yowza! Animation
Mercury Filmworks
$80 million $68.5 million
3 Space Jam: A New Legacy[S][1][2][3] July 16, 2021[H][4] Warner Animation Group
Proximity Media SpringHill Entertainment
Company 3 Animation
Tonic DNA Industrial Light and Magic
$150 million $162.8 million
4 The Day the Earth Blew Up: A Looney Tunes Movie[5] Fall 2024[6][7][8] Warner Bros. Animation
GFM Animation
5 Coyote vs. Acme[9] TBA[10] Warner Animation Group
Two Monkeys, a Goat, and Another, Dead, Monkey[11]
DNEG $70 Million TBA

Direct-to-video films

All titles below are available on DVD.

# Title Release Date Co-production with Notes
1 Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation March 11, 1992 Amblin Entertainment
2 Tweety's High-Flying Adventure September 12, 2000 Warner Bros. Family Entertainment
3 Baby Looney Tunes' Eggs-traordinary Adventure February 11, 2003
4 Bah, Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas November 14, 2006
5 Looney Tunes: Rabbits Run August 4, 2015 [12]
6 King Tweety June 14, 2022 [13][14]
7 Taz: Quest for Burger June 6, 2023 [15]

Television films

# Title Release Date Co-production with Network Notes
1 Bye Bye Bunny: A Looney Tunes Musical TBA TBA[16][17]

Theatrical cameos of Looney Tunes characters

Title Year Notes
Who Framed Roger Rabbit June 22, 1988 A Disney/Amblin film released by Touchstone Pictures. Cameo appearances by Looney Tunes characters including Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Tweety, Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner, Sylvester, Foghorn Leghorn, Marc Antony, Speedy Gonzales, Marvin the Martian, Elmer Fudd, Yosemite Sam, and Sam Sheepdog.
Gremlins 2: The New Batch June 15, 1990 Opening animated sequence with Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck, Porky Pig at the ending.
A slightly longer intro is featured on the bonus content on various DVD and Blu-ray releases.
Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed March 20, 2004 Sequel to the 2002 film adaptation of Scooby-Doo originally by Hanna-Barbera. In one scene of the film Scooby-Doo drinks a potion that transforms him into Tasmanian Devil.
Gravity October 4, 2013 Alfonso Cuarón-directed science fiction thriller film distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. Marvin the Martian appears as a figurine on the space shuttle.
Ready Player One March 29, 2018 Steven Spielberg-directed Amblin Entertainment film distributed by Warner Bros. Marvin the Martian appears as a character in the film's digital setting.
Teen Titans Go! To the Movies July 27, 2018 Opening animated sequence with wacky Daffy Duck in references to the earliest incarnations of the character and Porky Pig in the Warner Bros. Animation opening logo.

Direct-to-video cameos of Looney Tunes characters

All titles below are available on DVD.

# Title Release Date Co-production with Notes
1 Justice League: The New Frontier[A] February 26, 2008 Warner Premiere
DC Comics
Bugs Bunny makes a cameo appearance in this DC Comics Animated film.
2 Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion's Revenge[A] April 14, 2020 Daffy Duck makes a cameo appearance in this animated Mortal Kombat film.
S This film combines live-action with animation.
A This film is an adult animated production.
H This film was released theatrically and on HBO Max the same day.

Unreleased, cancelled and unproduced films

Several Looney Tunes films have been in development over the years. Listed below are projects that would be scrapped at some point during development.

Original Space Jam sequel and spin-offs

Prior to the development of Space Jam: A New Legacy, the project was intended to be a direct sequel to the 1996 original, with development beginning shortly after that film's release. The proposed sequel would have involved a new basketball competition with Michael Jordan and the Looney Tunes against a new alien villain named Berserk-O!. Artist Bob Camp was tasked with designing Berserk-O! and his henchmen. Joe Pytka would have returned to direct while Cervone and his creative partner Spike Brandt signed on to direct the animation sequences. However, Jordan did not agree to star in a sequel, and Warner Bros. eventually cancelled plans for the film.[18]

Several potential spin-offs, including Spy Jam with Jackie Chan (a project that would end up becoming the basis for Looney Tunes: Back in Action), Race Jam with Jeff Gordon, Golf Jam with Tiger Woods,[19][20] and Skate Jam with Tony Hawk were all discussed but never came to be.[21]

Untitled Marvin the Martian film

On July 29, 2008, Warner Bros. and Alcon Entertainment announced plans for a Marvin the Martian live action/animated film, starring Mike Myers as the voice of Marvin and Christopher Lee as Santa Claus. The film would have involved Marvin trying to destroy the Earth during Christmas by becoming a competitor of Santa Claus but being prevented from accomplishing his goal when Santa wraps him inside a gift box. Alcon compared the project to other films such as Racing Stripes and My Dog Skip.[22] It was initially scheduled for an October 7, 2011 release, but the movie was later taken off the schedule and no information has been disclosed since. Test footage of the film and the Eddie Murphy vehicle Hong Kong Phooey was leaked on December 28, 2012.[23]

Untitled Speedy Gonzales film

In 2010, Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema announced a Speedy Gonzales live action/animated feature film. George Lopez was attached to voice the character. In December 2015, it was reported that an animated film was in development at Warner Bros., under the working title Speedy.[24] In April 2016, it was announced that Eugenio Derbez would voice the character.[25] No further information has been disclosed since.

Untitled Pepé Le Pew film

In October 2010, it was reported that Mike Myers would voice Pepé Le Pew in a feature-length live-action/animated film based on the character, although no information about this project has surfaced since.[26] In July 2016, it was revealed at San Diego Comic-Con that Max Landis was writing a fully-animated Pepé Le Pew feature film for Warner Bros.[27] There has been no new information since then due to sexual assault allegations against Landis in 2017, and a report that the character has not yet been planned to appear in future Warner Bros. productions leaves the feature film in doubt.[28]

Other unproduced films

In October 2010, Warner Bros. Pictures bought a pitch written by Kevin and Dan Hageman set in the Acme Corporation's warehouse and featuring the company's many devices in a way reminiscent of Amblin Entertainment's 80s films and the Men in Black franchise.[29] The project never materialized.

In September 2012, it was announced that Jenny Slate was writing a feature reboot for the series. The film was being produced by David Katzenberg, Seth-Grahame Smith and David Heyman. By October 2014, the project was no longer in the works.[30]

In 2020, Brian Lynch revealed that he had sold a script to Warner Bros. titled Varsity Bugs. The film was to follow the Looney Tunes as they learn that, due to an obscure clause in their Warner Bros. contracts, they have to work to get a high school diploma. In order to get qualified, the Tunes go back to school along with fellow contract players Batman and Keanu Reeves.[31] The project never materialized.

Box office

Film Release date Revenue Rank Budget
United States Other territories Worldwide All-time domestic All-time worldwide
Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales[32] November 19, 1982 $78,350 $78,350 #12,373 #21,478
1995 Bugs Bunny Film Festival[33] May 5, 1995 $19,587 $19,587
Space Jam[34] November 15, 1996 $90,418,342 $140,000,000 $230,418,342 #852 #625 $80,000,000[35]
1998 Bugs Bunny Film Festival[36] February 13, 1998 $413,076 $413,076
Looney Tunes Back In Action[37] November 14, 2003 $20,991,364 $47,523,480 $68,514,844 #3,569 #2,685 $80,000,000
Space Jam: A New Legacy[38] July 16, 2021 $70,528,072 $92,300,000 $162,828,072 #2,719 #2,673 $150,000,000
Total $182,448,791 $279,823,480 $462,272,271 $310,000,000
List indicator(s)
(A) indicates the adjusted totals based on current ticket prices (calculated by Box Office Mojo).

See also


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