6 Animated 90’s Shows That Need Live Action Movies

Shah Shahid

Cinephile. Bollywood Connoisseur. Attempted Writer & Editor at http://blankpagebeatdown.com. Host of Split Screen Podcast (@splitscreen_pod). Member of the Twitterati @theshahshahid. Diagnosed w ADH-- look a dust bunny!

5 Responses

  1. I think Gargoyles, Mega Man and Powerpuff Girls might be possible adaptations to film. Can’t start to imagine the others 😀

  2. Nick Powell says:

    I agree with Tim. While I love a lot of these, live-action may not be the best way to go. Reboots or full length animated flicks on the other hand..yes please.

    I feel Darkwing Duck would like a Smurfs/Yogi Bear/Scooby Doo rip-off.

  3. Nostra says:

    I’m a kid of the eighties so wouldn’t easily be able to name a nineties cartoon, I’ll go with Mask which would be cool in live action form…

  4. John G. Simley says:

    Gargoyles done with a heavy dark atmosphere would be epic if done right. Especially if the characters are properly cast, and the Mo-cap is executed with the same precision and detail as the last two Planet of the Apes movies. Furthermore the character Demona should be more of an anti-hero instead of an out right villan. One who is struggling with resisting the seductive lure of being able to blend in with humans by day and her PTSD-like reactions to her loss due to their betrayal of her and her fellow Gargoyles in the past. The comic relief of the characters like Lexington and Bronx should be toned down if not out right abandoned in favor of a more fish out of water air to how they are portrayed. As you can see I’ve been giving this some thought since the series wrapped up back in the 90’s.

    • Shah Shahid says:

      The comic relief should definitely be abandoned entirely in favour of a more serious tone. I like your thoughts to this and appreciate you stopping by and commenting.
      I’ve always heard about a movie of this being in development, but nothing’s ever come from it. Definitely something worth doing.

      Thanks again for reading!

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