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Discussion in 'The Nicktoons Forum' started by CoolEric158, Mar 28, 2017.
I wonder how that's gonna work?
So does this mean it's going to be set in an alternate continuity?
It could probably have a few elements unrelated to the show, maybe a fantasy/sci-fi-like plot.
That's what I'm hoping.
Of course, it could also mean it will be live-action.
Oh god, I hope not.
Probably not, it'll feel out of place, plus he might go with the option of keeping it animated like the show.
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The show's more out there elements are harder to pull off in live action than animation. I'm pretty sure the movie will be fully animated. Besides why go off looking for new actors when you have plenty of actors ready to reprise their roles (of course, Lincoln, Clyde, and most of the young boys will have to be recast because of puberty).
It sounds like what Chris means is that production on the movie will be separate for the show, so that production on both doesn't get halted.
Interestingly, there's a few bits of info about season 3, too, such as a few episodes won't even feature Lincoln.
It would be easier to adapt The Loud House to live-action compared to other Nicktoons
If they could successfully adapt Fairly Odd Parents to live-action then they can do the same for TLH!
Besides Nick already basically did a live-action Loud House movie called Yours, Mine & Ours
Just apply that concept to TLH and bam!
A live-action Loud House movie!
I honestly don't care how they make it.
I'm just excited (albeit a little surprised too) this show is getting a movie. And I know they're gonna do great things with it.
Maybe when when he says separate he means that the movie will be unrelated to the show like how the 2014 TMNT movie is to the 2012 TMNT series.
Or maybe he means the movie will have its own plot and won't base the movie off of the events of the series. Which to me makes sense, you'll be able to understand the movie even if you don't watch the show.
Maybe it'll be an Ace Savy movie.
Loud House would be much easier to adapt to live-action than SpongeBob (or any other non-human Nicktoon)
That's what I meant
That's good to hear, transitioning to a more ensamble show could do a lot to increase the shelf life of the series.