Call up your 3rd grade best friend, because a live-action Kim Possible movie is officially on the way.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, casting is now underway for the new take on the early 2000s animated series. The newly-announced film which will be part of the Disney Channel Original Movie franchise, will follow the titular hero as she tries to save the world from evil villains with the help of Ron Stoppable and her naked mole-rat Rufus. You know — a typical day in the life of KP.
The live-action movie script will be penned by the series’ creators Mark McCorkle and Robert Schooley, who will also executive produce the project. Zanne Devine will also executive produce, with Josh Cagan joining the writing team. Top top things off, Adam B. Stein and Zach Lipovsky will co-direct and co-produce.
Kim Possible originally debuted on Disney Channel in 2002 and ran for 87 episodes. Not familiar with it? The theme song below is enough to let you know just how cool the show was. Stay tuned for casting updates.