Following in the wake of the live-action craze that has brought us real-life versions of Beauty and the Beast and The Jungle Book comes a far more crucial piece of American cinema: a non-animated film reboot of the iconic cartoon Kim Possible.
Varietyreports casting has already begun on the film version of the show, which launched in 2002 and ran for 87 episodes, scoring an Emmy nom in 2003. Mark McCorkle and Robert Schooley, who created the original series, will pen the script.
"Mark and Bob created an enduring character and kids all over the world found a friend in her, an average girl who just happens to spend her off-school hours thwarting evil villains," said Adam Bonnett, executive vice president of original programming for Disney Channels Worldwide. "Although Kim Possible 'can do anything,' kids and tweens found that this animated redhead was just like them."
Our biggest mood so far in regards to this news is the following important thesis statement: