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    gideonbernstein

    [1]Mar 20, 2011
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    If Nickelodeon could make a live-action movie out of Tht Fairly OddParents, they could make one out of all their cartoons, including AGU. What do you think? Here is my suggestions for the cast.


    David Henrie:Tommy.


    Jennette McCurdy:Angelica.


    Matt Benett ("Victorious"):Chuckie.


    Kele Palmer or Kyla Platt: Susie.


    Brenda Song: Kimi.


    Jake T. Austin: Dil.

    Edited on 03/21/2011 7:37pm
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    gideonbernstein

    [2]Mar 21, 2011
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    Anyone want to make any comments on the possiblity of am AGU live action movie?
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    WWinnieF

    [3]Mar 25, 2011
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    gideonbernstein wrote:
    Anyone want to make any comments on the possiblity of am AGU live action movie?
    From what I hear, they're already considering such a move due to the brand's 20th anniversary (both 'Rats & AGU are the same franchise) this year.
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    gideonbernstein

    [4]Mar 25, 2011
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    What do you think of my suggested cast?
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    WWinnieF

    [5]Mar 27, 2011
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    gideonbernstein wrote:
    What do you think of my suggested cast?
    I don't really care for the tween stars that are shoved down our throats these days, but if they could successfully portray each character and their relationships with all the others faithfully without screwing it up like so many live-action adaptations to cartoons have done, I give them my props.

    Edited on 03/27/2011 6:31pm
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    edmasterchaos

    [6]Apr 24, 2011
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    After the FOP movie burns down in its own horriblenes [yeah yeah, i shouldn't judge something before seeing it, but i just can't help but feel it will be awful, at least it will work for a horrible first date.] i am sure Nick will avoid giving Rugrats or any other show the same fate.
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    WWinnieF

    [7]Apr 27, 2011
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    edmasterchaos wrote:
    After the FOP movie burns down in its own horriblenes [yeah yeah, i shouldn't judge something before seeing it, but i just can't help but feel it will be awful, at least it will work for a horrible first date.] i am sure Nick will avoid giving Rugrats or any other show the same fate.
    I wouldn't put it past Nick, given things like Yogi Bear, Underdog, Garfield, The Chipmunks, et al all receiving live-action treatment (and a majority of them failing with older fans, but sticking with the kids of today, who are the intended audience, anyway).
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