Nickelodeon Cable Channel: Brings Back ’90s Cartoon Shows For A Full-Movie Mash-Up Avengers-Style

By Lex Lopez | 1 year ago
Nickelodeon Cable Channel: Brings Back ’90s Cartoon Shows For A Full-Movie Mash-Up Avengers-Style

The Nickelodeon channel is continuing with its waxing nostalgia ‘90s machine. Read on further for more details.

This time around the cable network has set eyes on a more large-scale project as reported by The Tracking Board, Nickelodeon’s means to an end of bringing back some of their flourishing 1990s show as revealed is to fashion their own “Avenger-style” project which will involve the “Rugrats,” “Hey Arnold!,” “Ren And Stimpy,” “Rocko’s Modern Life” and “Angry Beavers.” All these rebooted TV shows will then exist in the same story arc for the big screen. Tapped for this endeavor by Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon is “The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out Of Water” producer Mary Parent and her collaborator Cale Borter.


Parent and Borter both have revealed that their template for this upcoming project will be “Space Jam,” “The Lego Movie” and “Wreck-It Ralph.” Animated movies which greatly dwell in the realm of reminiscence, “Space Jam” had an all-star Looney Tunes cast and the 2012 Disney movie “Wreck-It Ralph” centered on classic video games like Street Fighter and Mario Bros.

However, Paramount is still on a pursuit for the on target writer who will flesh-out the words in the screenplay of a mash-up of different characters that will likely involve crawling toddlers, pubescent grade schoolers, a wallaby, a chihuahua and more on a movie set comparable to Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

Nickelodeon lately had earlier put forward the restoration of two of their classic franchises, Rugrats and Hey! Arnold as cited by Variety.

Russell Hicks, president of content and development at Nickelodeon revealed that,” “We are looking at our library to bring back ideas, shows that were loved, in a fresh new way”.

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