Warner Bros. has reportedly set up screenings of its axed Looney Tunes movie ‘Coyote Vs. Acme’ for major streaming services, with Amazon Prime Video emerging as a frontrunner for potential acquisition. The film, which was originally intended for a theatrical release, was shelved by the studio earlier this year.

The decision to revive the project and seek interest from streamers stems from positive feedback received during test screenings. Industry insiders suggest that the film’s blend of nostalgia, slapstick humor, and modern sensibilities could find a receptive audience on streaming platforms.

Amazon Prime Video, with its large subscriber base and commitment to original content, is seen as a strong contender for acquiring the film. The streamer has a proven track record of success with family-friendly programming, including ‘The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power’ and ‘The Wheel of Time’.

If ‘Coyote Vs. Acme’ lands on Amazon Prime Video, it will mark a significant development for the film, offering it a chance to reach a wider audience and potentially rekindle interest in the Looney Tunes franchise. The film’s fate now rests in the hands of the streaming giants, as they weigh its potential value and fit within their respective content strategies.

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