19. There's a post-credits bit with Jordan and some of the Looney Tunes characters
How else to close out a Looney Tunes film but a gag built around the traditional send-off line, "That's all folks"?
20. Jordan filmed his scenes with comedy-troupe members in green outfits
To film Jordan in scenes that were otherwise animated, director Joe Pytka hired a troupe of comedy actors, covered them in green against a green-screen backdrop, and had them run around on their knees so Jordan could interact with them and make it seem, once the animation was added, like he was talking and reacting to Bugs and Co.
21. Jordan hated all the meet-and-greets he had to do on set
Said Pytka in a 2009 interview with the Chicago Tribune: "They were using him for publicity and every day they'd bring in some dignitary to meet him and that started to piss him off." Eventually, Pytka says, "Michael turned to me and said, 'I thought you said this would be [expletive] fun.'" When Pytka told him that it should have been, MJ replied, "So why isn't it?" Added Pytka: "Standing in front of a camera and remember your lines, acting is a devastatingly difficult profession, trying to create those emotions... We were very, very careful that Michael was comfortable when he came on the set. The stuff that irritated him was the PR stuff."