Kim Possible - The Movie?!
It looks like it could happen - according to Animated Movies.com it looks like Disney is giving the series the same support that it usually gives to it's larger features.
For the second time today Disney is providing me with some good news - so far the series has proven to be a breath of fresh air for Disney and a generally refreshing show alltogether. This could prove to be great news for fans of the series!
Books, toys, a radio single, even a feature film were in the works before Disney Channel's newest superhero--high school student Kim Possible
-- debuted in last month's series-opening battle with the sinister Drakken, says The Hollywood Reporter. A strong premiere for the primetime animated series June 7 and steady ratings growth offer early vindication of this strategy. While Disney is noted for translating hit movies into other media and product lines, Kim Possible marks the first time that a TV show has been given the companywide support usually reserved for theatrical releases, said Adam Sanderson, senior vp brand marketing at ABC Cable Networks Group. "With a feature, it's all about hitting your release date--that build, build, build," Sanderson said. "In television, getting to your first day on the air is just your first day on the road. The challenge is to sustain that and build it over a long period of time."
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