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The Shelved Movie gives us our first look.

MovieThe Shelved Movie gives us our first look.

The first image of the movie, which was supposed to be filmed but was put on hold by Warner Bros. for an estimated $30 million tax write-off, has been revealed. Bauza shared a picture of Wile E. Coyote sitting in court next to his lawyer. Wile E. Coyote starts a legal battle with the ACME company after he fails once again to catch the Road Runner in a live-action hybrid film that was greenlit as an original for HBO Max. The WB Motion Picture Group stated that the studio has shifted its global strategy to focus on theatrical releases. The filmmakers, casts, and crew are grateful for their contributions to the film, and we decided not to move forward with the film.

The internet was upset after this news broke, especially after a similar thing happened to Batgirl and that filmmakers were praising the film, saying things like it was the best of its kind since Roger Rabbit. The filmmakers of Coyote vs. Acme were given permission by Discovery to sell it to other studios.

Warner Bros.' CEO claimed that he took real courage when he scrapped the films, and a look at some of the biggest movies headed our way in the future. You can follow Adam Bankhurst on social media.

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