DreamWorks released its animated "Monsters vs Aliens" movie in 2009 and it went on to gross $381 million worldwide on a $175 million budget. Apparently the studio was happy with the results, because later than year, it announced that "Monsters vs Aliens" will become a Nickelodeon TV series.
Today, we have the trailer for the new show, which will premiere on Saturday, April 6th at 11:30am on Nickelodeon. But before the official premiere, the network will air a "Monsters vs Aliens" special, called "Welcome to Area Fifty-Something," on March 23rd.
"Monsters vs Aliens" tells the story of a team of monsters (Dr. Cockroach, Missing Link, B.O.B. and the 49 1/2 foot woman Ginormica) that are brought together to protect the Earth from invading aliens. None of the original cast members return to voice the characters.
minkowskiwrites: on March 14th, 2013 at 10:05:10 PM
Usually when a movie does well, it gets a f*cking sequel, not some cheaply made CGI cartoon sh*t on a Nickelodeon.
"None of the original cast members return to voice the characters."
Yeah, they did the same thing with the original Transformers cartoon post-movie. No Nimoy, no Stack, no Orson Wells (RIP fat *sshole). And no Judd Nelson. But then again Nelson hasn't been seen since the summer of 1986 so that doesn't surprise me.
Monsters VS aliens was a spectacular movie and I really loved every bit of it! The top-rated dissertation writers have also watched it and said pretty good things about it. Indeed the team has done amazingly well with it!
This tv series is going to be hit, it is already making its presence evident. I will do a urgent custom essay on it because I just read about it and want to tell more people about it. One of my favorite childhood moments.
Even though I am much of a gamer, it just sucks how you have to work on writings sometimes! I mean I have always wrote because of writing help, never on my own! And for obvious reasons, I am a gamer, not a writer!