Nickelodeon nostalgia hit full force on Wednesday when Nickelodeon’s President of Content and Development, Russell Hicks, said a 90’s reboot was in the works. He didn’t spill any more details at the time, but now Tracking Board confirms that a massive 90’s crossover movie is in the works starring all your favorite 90’s characters.
The film, called Nicktoons, will include the casts of Rugrats, Angry Beavers, Hey Arnold!, Rocko’s Modern Life, Ren and Stimpy, and even more characters that have yet to be revealed. The creators plan to maintain the integrity of the original characters—the only difference is that they’ll all team up in an Avengers-style crossover that’s sure to blow every 90’s kid’s mind.
Paramount Pictures is in the early stages of developing Nicktoons, but Mary Parent, Cale Boyter, and Elizabeth Raposo are already on board as producers. Parent has a good track record turning cartoons into successful feature films—she was behind last February’s Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water. Right now the studio is still looking for writers. Whoever they find will have to balance beloved, quirky characters with the modern era’s expectations for a feature film…not to mention an army of overjoyed fans who just want to relive childhood.
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