Leonardo DiCaprio steps in to save “Captain Planet” movie

LOS ANGELES – Could the fifth attempt be the one that finally summons a Captain Planet movie? The obscure ’90s cable TV cartoon is back on the radar after Appian Way, the production company of true Hollywood planetist Leonardo DiCaprio, took an interest in developing it for Paramount Pictures and worked on a deal. , Mashable confirmed. SEE ALSO: Obama …

INTERVIEW: Discovering the true story of Moby Dick in the film Animal Planet

Charles Furness stars in “The Whale: Revenge From the Deep” – Photo courtesy of Animal Planet Animal Planet dramatized the true story that inspired Herman Melville’s classic whale tale, Moby dick. The whale: revenge from the depths, starring Martin Sheen as Old Thomas Nickerson, premieres on the animal-themed channel on Wednesday, November 26 at 9 p.m. The story presents the …

Captain Planet movie shots

by Trevor Kimball, July 22, 2011 A staple for many who grew up in the 1990s, Captain Planet and the Planets was billed as the world’s first environmental animated television series. The show ran for six seasons and 113 episodes on TBS and will now be the basis for a new live-action feature film. Before you get too excited, this …

With Hollywood powers combined, ‘Captain Planet’ movie to hit theaters

Fans of 1990s television will be delighted to hear that Ted Turner’s creation Captain Planet and the Planeteers may soon go from the small, non-high definition screens of your memories to a big screen near you. Cartoon Network has signed an agreement with Transformers producer Don Murphy and his company Angry Fireworks to create a live-action version of the environmentalist …

CAPTAIN PLANET Live-Action Movie Announced

Cartoon Network and Don Murphy are developing a live action movie based on Captain Planet. The show had an eco-friendly message. Captain Planet was a mid-90s cartoon that evokes great nostalgia for those who watched it and pledged to never pollute again. That’s why the Earth is as clean as it is now: because of a cartoon where teenagers summoned …

Lost Planet film confirmed • Eurogamer.net

During a press conference at E3 today, Capcom confirmed the upcoming Lost Planet movie mentioned by screenwriter David Hayter during last week’s Anime Expo. Hayter – the voice of Solid Snake, who wrote the X-Men movies and as an upcoming adaptation of the classic Watchmen graphic novel – will write the screenplay. The film will be produced by Arad Productions, …