‘Kim Possible’ live-action film in the works

Samantha Freyre

Your basic average girl Kim Possible is here and ready to save the world in an upcoming live action movie.

The film is being developed by Disney Channel and will follow a plot similar to the cartoon. The main plot is surrounds a girl in high school, Kim Possible (Christy Carlson Romano) who fights to save the world with help from her sidekick and best friend, Ron Stoppable (Will Friedle). She constantly fights villains like Shego.

“Kim Possible” the animated series aired on Disney Channel from 2002 to 2007 and produced a total of 87 episodes along with two animated movies, “Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time” and “Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama.”

The film is in its casting stage and fans of the series have many actors in mind to play the roles in real life. Many fans hope “Riverdale” actress Madelaine Petsch plays Kim Possible since they have similar physical features. Along with this casting call, Disney Channel series “Shake It Up” which aired from 2010 to 2013, star Kenton Duty has been suggested to take the role of Ron Stoppable.

Fans are concerned with how exactly the live action movie will stay true to the voices that brought the animated series to life. This is difficult to work around given the fact that the animated cast have no similar physical features to the characters. Many are curious to see how Disney Channel will deal with this situation which could possibly hurt the movie’s reviews.

Emmy award-winning executive producer and series creators, Mark McCorkle & Robert Schooley wrote the script for the live action movie.

Be sure to catch Kim Possible save the world in the real live action film, while taking on the responsibilities of a 16-year-old girl in high school.