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Classic Cartoon Streaming Service Boomerang Coming Soon
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Yet another streaming service called Boomerang is on the way, this one catering specifically to children and your own inner child.

The service, from Time Warner, will offer a vast trove of classic cartoons from the libraries of MGM, Warner Brothers, and Hanna-Barbera. That’s over 5,000 titles, including Looney Tunes, Tom & Jerry, The Flintstones, Scooby-Doo, The Jetsons, and more.

You can watch a trailer for Boomerang and find more information below.

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Newest Victim Of A CGI Makeover: ‘Tom and Jerry’
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That wacky cat and mouse duo that most of use remember from our childhoods, Tom and Jerry will be the next classic cartoon characters to be forced into a computer and delivered on the other side as life-like computer animated creatures.

Other well-known characters that have gone CG are Underdog, Garfield, and Alvin and the Chipmunks. None of which succeeded in their endeavors.

The storyline will apparently show the origins of Tom and his bestest friend, Jerry; where they met and how their feud began. Eventually the two become lost in Chicago and need to find a way to work together in order to get home.

The movie is being written by Eric Gravning and produced by Dan Lin.

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