Disney is in the process of casting the titular character, a high school cheerleader who led a double life as a spy who took down villains hellbent on world domination.
We imagine Disney will keep as true to the original as possible, since the creators of the series, Mark McCorkle and Robert Schooley, have written the script for the live-action version. Running for four seasons and a total of 87 episodes, Kim Possible was nominated for eight Emmys, winning one for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing - Live Action and Animation, in 2005.
Disney hall of famer Christy Carlson Romano voiced Kim in the original series, with Will Friedle playing her best friend (and sometimes love interest) Ron Stoppable.
Even though Kim did most of the work when it came time to save the world, she did have a little bit of help. It is being co-directed and co-produced by Adam B. Stein and Zach Lipovsky.
The Kim Possible live-action remake is now in the early stages of development. The series also spawned to the television movies Kim Possible: A Stitch in Time and Kim Possible: So The Drama, which was well-received by viewers.
WWE Superstar Becky Lynch wants to bring a little "straight fire" to the Disney Channel's upcoming live action reboot of the Kim Possible franchise. Josh Cagan will also write, with Zanne Devine also serving as executive producers.
All this to say that I'm obviously a human being with nostalgic tendencies like anybody else, so forgive me a little indulgence in the fact that Kim Possible is coming back to the small screen in a big way. Kim was allowed to be a teenage girl who was unbelievable, but also never stopped being "normal". Although Kim Possible 'can do anything, ' kids and tweens found that this animated redhead was just like them...