The ‘Fairly OddParents’ is reportedly vamping up for summer production.
The popular animated Nickelodeon series is going to the Paramount+ streaming service once released.
Paramount Plus’ Live-Action ‘Fairly OddParents’ Reboot to Begin Filming in June https://t.co/MngcCMK1Tj
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The reboot will be joining the streaming service with Rugrats, the CGI take, the revival of the iCarly series, and new content from Avatar: The Last Airbender.
“We have learned that the live-action Fairly OddParents reboot will begin filming at the end of June in Los Angeles,” DiscussingFilm is reporting.
The story of the live-action Fairly OddParents is expected to be similar to that of the original cartoon. The reboot has several creatives from the original involved. Butch Hartman, Fairly OddParents cartoon’s creator and its Danny Phantom follow up is serving as executive producer, along with TV animation entrepreneur Fred Siebert (best known for SpongeBob SquarePants and Dexter’s Laboratory). Christopher J. Novak of Victorious, Sam & Cat, Henry Danger, and Danger Force is writing the reboot.
The series is expected to arrive in 2022.
New info on the @paramountplus live-action Fairly OddParents:
1. Filming begins in June.
2. Butch Hartman will return as Executive Producer, as will Fred Seibert.
3. Christopher J. Nowak (Danger Force) will be the show runner.
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