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Pepé Le Pew
Film information
Directed by: Max Landis
Produced by: TBA
Written by: Max Landis
Starring: TBC
Music by: TBA
Edited by: TBA
Distributed by: Warner Bros.
Running time: TBA
Budget: TBA
Gross revenue:

Pepé Le Pew is an upcoming live action-animated romantic heist comedy film currently in production since announced in 2010. At San Diego Comic Con 2016, it was revealed that work on the film would resume with Max Landis as the writer and director.[1]


The movie is described as a “romantic french new wave ’60s heist movie” ala Band of Outsiders or Rififi with elements of "Amélie" and "The French Connection"



In October 2010, it was reported that Mike Myers would voice Pepé Le Pew in a feature-length live action film based on the character, although no information about this project has surfaced since.[3] In July 2016, it was revealed at Comic-Con that Max Landis is currently penning a Pepé Le Pew feature film for Warner Bros.[4]






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