A Kim Possible live-action movie is in development at Disney Channel.
Variety reports casting has started on the film, with the story following the titular high school hero who continually tries to save the world with her trusty sidekicks Ron Stoppable, his mole-rat Rufus, and computer genius Wade. A release date for the project has not been set.
The show’s creators Mark McCorkle and Robert Schooley wrote the script with Josh Cagan. Adam B. Stein and Zach Lipovsky are co-directing and co-producing the film, which is yet to have an official title. McCorkle, Schooley, and Zanne Devine are executive producing.
The original Kim Possible animated series launched in 2002 and ran for 87 episodes. It inspired two original animated movies, Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama and Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time, and received an Emmy nomination in 2003 for outstanding animated program.
In related news, Disney is currently developing a live-action Mulan remake, which hits theaters in 2019, and a live-action Aladdin remake, opening in theaters in 2018.