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Hilarious Mockumentary Chronicles The Space Jam Basketball Game! Watch The Spoof HERE!

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For the past few years, ESPN has been chronicling some of the biggest games and names in the history of sports with their 30 for 30 documentary series!

But the folks at Yahoo! Screen realized they forgot about one of the most important games of the mid-90s. The iconic Space Jam game between the Toon Squad and the Monstars!

Back in 1996, Michael Jordan teamed up with Bugs Bunny and some of his pals to take on a group of bulked up aliens in one of the most important games in the history of the galaxy!

Yahoo! recruited an expert panel to look back on the historic matchup, including Kurt Rambis, Greg Anthony, and even Daffy Duck!

From the lack of foul calls, to Mike's mind-boggling game-winning shot, these guys left no stone unturned!

Ch-ch-check out the hilarious spoof (above)!

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Fan Pet Of The Day

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And the award for Fan Pet of the Day goes to…

Hiei!!

TeddyHilton.com reader Shannon sent us snaps of her hoppy buddy and said:

"Submitted are photos of my mini-rex rabbit, Hiei, also affectionately known as Hie-chan or Chan-bun. We would like to remind everyone that rabbits are pets that should NOT be locked in a cage! They need love, attention, and play-time just as much as other pets. They can be litter-trained and if they have proper toys and a bunny-proofed room set-up are fantastic pets! Hiei will be eight years old this May."

Wow, he is seriously so impossibly cute!

He's a total Bugs Bunny!

So adorbz!

Think UR pet should be The Fan Pet Of The Day? Email us a pic to teddyhiltonphotos@gmail.com!!!

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Tiny Toon Adventures Movie Is Coming To DVD!

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Steven Spielberg has done it again!

Okay, he actually did it a while ago, but we think Tiny Toon Adventures is one of the greatest things the director has ever spawned upon this Earth.

After releasing the first season of the animated show in 2009, Warner Bros. has decided to FINALLY release the straight-to-video movie from the series, Tiny Toon Adventures - How I Spent My Vacation.

The 79-minute movie was released on VHS in 1992 before being cut up into individual episodes, but now we

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KOL's Jared Followill Gives Model Fiancé A Rock Fit For A Queen

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As we mentioned yesterday, Kings of Leon guitarist Jared Followill is engaged to his girlfriend of just 5 months, model Martha Patterson, and after seeing the ring we would have said yes too!

The King proposed to his future Queen on April 11th with a 4-carat cushion-cut diamond set on a diamond band he designed all by himself.

We think it's safe to say Martha's happy with the rock because she tweeted the black and white picture (above) with a simple ":)"

:)? More like :D! Ha!

Congrats to the happy couple!

[Image courtesy of US Weekly.]

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Mike Myers To Voice Shrek Pepe Le Pew

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If we mention that we think this idea stinks, it's only because Mike Myers will be lending his voice to a skunk!

Now that the Shrek series is over or so they say, Myers has found a new animated character to lend his voice to: Looney Tunes' alum Pepe LePew!

Looks like Warner Bros is trying to breathe new life into their stock of classic characters, such as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Porky Pig. Inneresting that they decided to go with a more obscure character first.

After making $1.2 billion for Dreamworks Animaton with Shrek, it's no surprise that Warner would take interest in Myers to voice a CGI version of Pepe Le Pew.

Much like Who Framed Roger Rabbit or Avatar, the majority of the film will be shot in live action, with only Le Pew and his love interest, Penelope Pussycat, to be CGI characters.

Do U think a movie about the Warner Bros skunk smells like a good idea?

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What's Up Doc? Bugs Bunny Back On The Big Screen!

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Some characters are legendary and when studios find themselves in a bit of a slump, they usually reach into their vault, pull out one of these timeless characters and use it to their advantage.

Case in point - Warner Bros. is in talks to make a new feature length Bugs Bunny movie.

The studio has taken a step in the right direction by hiring Elf screenwriter David Berenbaum to write the planned live action/CG feature film.

We think this could be a good choice for Warner Bros., if they really work with what they've got. Got to get big stars, got to have a stellar soundtrack and got to get Bugs back to his roots.

We want to see you make another Space Jam, not that other stoopid flick that starred Jenna Elfman and ended Brendan Fraser's career. That was unbearable.

Thoughts?

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Looney Tunes Is Returning To Its Roots!

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We think can get behind this! Especially because they're not trying to butcher it with a shiteous CGI revamp!

The beloved cartoon classic Looney Tunes is getting a new, updated series very much in the vein of the original, called The Looney Tunes Show!

The 26-episode series, premiering on Cartoon Network in the fall, will feature five to six minute shorts featuring all the original characters - including Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Marvin the Martian, etc. - and intercut with "Merry Melodies" and two minute Road Runner chases! The show will also rely on the wise-cracking jokes and slapstick humor found in the old cartoons!

Peter Roth, president of Warner Brothers Television, says:

“We talked at great length about whether we were audacious enough to take on such iconic treasures. It’s both costly and risky, but I think an extraordinary opportunity. We want to reinvigorate the brand with the best possible execution — high-quality, high-end state of the art.”

We think they're on the right track!

What do U think?? Will this version of the Looney Tunes catch on with the new generation of kids??

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