Kim Possible (2019 film)
|Based on||Kim Possible|
by Bob Schooley & Mark McCorkle
|Country of origin||United States|
|Production company(s)||Middleton Productions|
|Original network||Disney Channel|
|Original release||February 15, 2019|
Kim Possible is an upcoming American action comedy television film based on the Disney Channel animated series of the same name, created by Bob Schooley and Mark McCorkle. Directed and produced by Adam B. Stein and Zach Lipovsky (Disney XD's Mech-X4), the film is written by Schooley, McCorkle, and Josh Cagan (The DUFF) and executive produced by Schooley, McCorkle, and Zanne Devine. It is the third Disney Channel Original Movie based on the series, following A Sitch in Time (2003) and So the Drama (2005). Starring Sadie Stanley and Sean Giambrone in the lead roles, it is set to premiere February 15, 2019, on Disney Channel.
- Sadie Stanley as Kim Possible.
- Sean Giambrone as Ron Stoppable, Kim's sidekick and best friend.
- Alyson Hannigan as Dr. Ann Possible, Kim's brain surgeon mother.
- Connie Ray as Nana Possible, Kim's grandmother.
- Todd Stashwick as Dr. Drakken, a mad scientist and Kim's archenemy.
- Taylor Ortega as Shego, Drakken's flame-fisted henchwoman.
- Issac Ryan Brown as Wade, a teen computer genius and ace inventor.
- Erika Tham as Bonnie Rockwaller, Kim's frenemy since childhood.
- Ciara Wilson as Athena, a new student at Kim's school.
- Patton Oswalt as Professor Dementor, a mad scientist who speaks with an over-the-top German accent. Oswalt previously voiced Professor Dementor in the animated series.
- Nancy Cartwright as the voice of Rufus, Ron's pet naked mole rat. Cartwright reprises her role from the animated series.
The film was announced on February 7, 2018, alongside the involvement of the original series creators, and the beginning of casting with Blyth Nailling serving as casting director. Stanley and Giambrone's casting as the leads was announced on April 25, 2018, in a promotional video featuring Romano and Will Friedle, the original voice actors for the respective characters. Hannigan, Ray, Stashwick, Ortega, Tham, and Wilson joined the cast on May 25, 2018. Principal photography began on June 4, 2018, in Vancouver under the working title Possibility and concluded on July 24.
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