Looney Tunes: Back in Action

Trivia: In the casino, while D.J. is fighting with Yosemite Sam's goons, Daffy tells him to "bite his ear." This is a reference to boxer Mike Tyson, who bit off a portion of Evander Holyfield's ear during a match.

Trivia: During filming, Brendan Fraser was completely terrified at having to hit Bill Goldberg; Goldberg constantly told him to go ahead and do it, telling him "It's what I do for a living."

Trivia: Listen carefully when Daffy and DJ get into their Gremlin car, the theme song for Gremlins plays in the background. Joe Dante directed this and both Gremlins films.

Johny English

Trivia: Whenever something interacts with the Loony Tunes it becomes a cartoon, for example when the film directors get food thrown on them, when DJ trips off the table, and when Daffy is trying to put on the jet pack to become Duck Dodgers.

Trivia: During the "Psycho" shower scene, Bugs Bunny pours a can of chocolate syrup near the drain, and the syrup swirls into the drain. In the original Hitchcock movie "Psycho", chocolate syrup was poured down the shower drain to simulate Janet Leigh's blood going down the drain after she was stabbed by Anthony Perkins.


Trivia: When Damian Drake throws a hand grenade behind him in the "TV in the Painting" scene, a Wilhelm scream can be heard when the grenade explodes.

Trivia: The final feature film of legendary composer Jerry Goldsmith, who passed away a year after its release. Goldsmith had worked as a composer on over 200 films and television series over a fifty-year career.


Factual error: When Brendan Fraser comes out of the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower is right in front of it. The Louvre and the Eiffel Tower are miles away from each other.

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DJ Drake: I'm getting real tired of throwing you out of the car.
Daffy Duck: That's my plan in a nutshell.

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Question: What is the meaning of the sign that Bugs pulls out after he's been told about Area 52 (the sign with the ball and the screw)?

Answer: It is the cartoon indication of implying someone is a screwball; i.e., a nutcase, or in some other way crazy or out of their mind.

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