If you're a '90s kid, you should buckle up for some serious Looney Tunes nostalgia coming in the form of a brand new Space Jam sequel.
While we can expect a number of the Looney Tunes characters that we're used to, one character, Pepé Le Pew, has reportedly been removed from the upcoming film.
The cartoon skunk is known for his aggressive advances on Penelope Pussycat and was recently called out for "normalize[ing] rape culture" in a New York Times opinion piece.
After the film switched directors in 2019, the character was cut from the sequel entirely.
If you remember watching the Looney Tunes or the original Space Jam movie, you might remember finding the character pretty over the top.
Now, Penelope Pussycat is free of Pepé Le Pew and we can all look forward to the new sequel, coming this summer.
Plus, changes are coming for Lola Bunny's character, too. According to the Independent, the Space Jam sequel will no longer sexualize the female bunny — who will now be seen wearing a baggy jersey instead of a tight sports bra in the flick.