‘Avengers’ Style Movie is Being Planned By Nickelodeon; Movie Will Feature Characters From the Channel’s Classic 90’s Shows
For all the people born in the golden era of 90’s, remember the legendary time when right after you arrived home after a day of school, you would sit back with your favorite cereal and watch your favorite cartoon shows? Nickelodeon was a massive hit amongst the kids born in the 90’s for they had a variety of shows for everyone to enjoy. If you think that was epic, you might want to read on because something even more exciting is being planned currently. Read on for more details.
According to Rotoscopers, just recently there were reports about how Nickelodeon was trying to revive the classic shows that ran in the 90’s and bring them back for today’s audiences? If reports are to be believed then the channel is planning to do something really awesome with it. No matter how old you are today, if you were a 90’s kid, you will be a 90’s kid.
Paramount Pictures is in early stages of making a live-action/animation hybrid crossover movie that will feature characters from popular shows like “Rugrats,” “Hey Arnold,” “Rocko’s Modern Life” and “Ren and Stimpy.” Characters from these classic shows will come together in an Avengers-style ensemble movie.
It is being reported that the movie has been tentatively titled “Nicktoons,” which makes it even more interesting. As expected there will be multiple producers working on the movie including Mary Parent who is an established producer for Paramount, Cale Boyter and Elizabeth Raposo who will be overseeing the project for the studio.
Tracking Board added that the studio is currently having discussions with writers who would be capable of handling this massive ensemble project. One other point should be noted that the studio wouldn’t be making any significant changes to the characters as they hope to reunite audiences of the aforementioned shows and entertain them. It would surely be one of the best reunions in a long time when now grown up adults will be able to remember how wonderful their childhood was when these shows were there to entertain them.
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