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Netflix, Amazon, and Paramount wanted Coyote vs. Acme but Warner Bros. Discovery refused

A cartoon coyote standing on hind legs and holding two signs: one that reads “EGAD,” and the other that has two exclamation points on it.
Image: Warner Bros. Discovery

Last fall, Warner Bros. Discovery seemed willing to entertain the idea of letting another studio release director Dave Green’s Coyote vs. Acme after initially announcing its plans to Batgirl (read: cancel in exchange for tax write-offs) the nearly completed film in early November. But according to a new report, the studio rejected multiple offers that could have led to the embattled project finally seeing the light of day, and the final decisions were made by executives who had not actually seen the finished movie.

According to TheWrap, Amazon, Netflix, and Paramount were more than interested in securing the rights to debut Coyote vs. Acme for themselves after Warner Bros. changed stances and gave the filmmakers behind the live-action /…

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