Cartoons I Think Should Be Adapted Into Movies
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The Jetsons are long over-due for a live action movie.
The Perils of Penelope Pitstop
A series about a globe-trotting heiress who has become that target of her fortune-seeking guardian; who wants her dead so that he can inherit the money left to her after the passing of her father. She's frequently rescued by the Ant Hill Mob who usually in turn have to be saved by her because they get caught in the traps meant for her.
I can see this as a "High School Musical" type of movie, with a healthy dose of educational.
I'd love to see the Hill family, & friends, get a theatrical feature. Perhaps they could have a treasure-seeking road trip adventure a la "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World", "Scavenger Hunt", and "Rate Race".
I'd like to see an animated space opera film featuring Daffy Duck as Duck Dodgers, Porky Pig as his eager, young space cadet, and Marvin the Martian as the antagonist.
I think Hollywood should combine elements from the original "Space Ghost" series from the 60's and "Space Ghost Coast to Coast" into a theatrical feature.
I think they should do another parody, like they did with Star Wars, but this time put it on the big screen. Maybe... Lord of the Rings?
While we're left waiting for a remake of "Masters of the Universe", especially now that it's lost it's director; why not give He-Man's twin sister She-Ra her movie. What's one more female-led superhero film?
Imagine if Courage, Muriel, and Eustace were placed in a setting like "The Shining" and found themselves trapped with a lot of Courage's villains such as Katz, Dr. Le Quack, The Chicken from Outer Space, The Duck Brothers, Were moles, The Puddle Queen, and Muriel's psychotic barber nephew; Fred.
A blending of James Bond and Austin Powers, Archer is prime for a big screen adaptation. Whether it'd be made into live-action or left animated, it should be R-rated.
To be honest, I'm not really that into the more recent cartoons on Cartoon Network; but I know Adventure Time has a pretty massive fan base, so it could do with a feature length film.
I'm picturing an epic Mission Impossible-style spy caper on the big screen.
I know Rainbow Brite had an animated movie back in the 80's, but I'd like to see a new take on it.
For a movie, what if they gave Secret Squirrel an old Film Noir style?
The Flintstones, Scooby Doo, Yogi Bear, The Smurfs, Jem and the Holograms, Speed Racer, and The Transformers are just some examples of cartoons that, for better or worse, have been made into movies. This is a list of other cartoons that I would like to see one day get adapted onto the big screen. Preferably, done right.
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