The trailer for the live-action adaptation of Kim Possible is finally here.
The movie stars Sadie Stanley stars as the red-headed teenager and Alyson Hannigan plays Kim's mom. Christy Carlson Romano and Patton Oswalt have both signed for the project as well. Romano voiced the title character in the original animated Kim Possible series, while Oswalt voiced supervillain Professor Dementor.
Though it is not known what roles the two actors will play. What we do know is that Kim Possible's arch-nemesis Doctor Drakken played by Todd Stashwick and his partner Shego played by Taylor Ortega will be up to no good. The first look photos of the characters were released last month.
It was reported that the creative team behind the movie ultimately decided to forgo animated Drakken's signature blue skin in favour of creating a character that is more grounded and less, well, cartoony.
"It's like he's got a blue infection within," Lipovsky said of the new Drakken. "It's like some experiment or some dastardly plan went wrong years ago and now he's got this side effect where he's got a bluish hue." They told ew.
The live-action Kim Possible adaptation will premiere in 2019. Kim Possible, the animated hit series, debuted on the Disney channel in June of 2002. It was a major hit for Disney and spawned two animated feature films Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time – the first animated Disney Channel Original Movie – and Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama.
This is the first ever live-action feature-length adaptation of the character. We can't wait for 2019 to get here so that we can finally get to see Kim Possible in live-action.
You can watch the trailer here: