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Ferno last won the day on November 18

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  • Birthday 05/31/1991

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  1. if Cartoon Network were ever gonna make another theatrical movie for the first time since PPG any time soon, I'd really want it to be the Amazing World of Gumball that gets one. the stuff they already do on a TV budget is amazing but imagine a full blown movie tho

    1. Menace2Society


      I’ve been wanting a Gumball movie like that for years. It’s one of my personal favorite shows, and I would love to see it’s already impressive animation style in theatrical quality.

    2. Strickerx5


      I'm still disappointed they aren't doing it for the SU movie.

      Like, I get why (because they're fucking awful with airing and promoting the show on their actual network outside of those Dove commercials so lord knows the general audience won't be there for it), but still like come on.

      But hey, at least TTG made it to the big screen right guys?!?...


      *sigh* but yeah, it's magical seeing a show get the budget jump to a feature length film.

    3. NegaMetallix


      Man, a Gumball movie would be awesome to see! IIRC, even the creator of the show once said that he'd like to see a movie spawn from the show at some point.

    4. Milo


      @Strickerx5 Nevermind TTG made it to the big screen without really pushing the envelope with its animation. Like there were some spots where they did get creative with the art direction (such as The Lion King parody sequence) but you can definitely tell it's a TV movie given a theatrical release.

      Still, TTG does get points for being a non-anime 2D animated film given a widespread release in 2018....and I guess the lack of animation bump had the tradeoff of the budget being low, it was made for only $10 million (just a million less than the PPG Movie), which on a $30M DOM / $52M WW gross, isn't too bad. (Although not for lack of trying on WB's part; they shipped it out against Mission Impossible with minimal fanfare....)

    5. Ferno


      The PPG Movie remains a huge inspiration for me in terms of the possibility of doing more with less. Its budget was small, its actual animation was limited compared to stuff from say, Disney, yet they still pulled stuff like this off:


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