The trailer for Disney's live-action remake of Kim Possible is HERE but... it's missing one thing
What's the sitch?
Finally, after a long anticipated wait, we have the first trailer for Disney's live-action remake of Kim Possible. Based on the Disney Channel cartoon which follows a crime-fighting cheerleader who goes up against villains to stop evil alongside her trusty sidekick, Ron Stoppable is now set for release on February 15, 2019 and we cannot wait.
But, having seen the trailer, it's safe to say... there's one thing missing.
Give it a watch below and see can you figure it out yourself...
Did you notice what we're talking about?
Yeah... where is Rufus?
Not one sighting of him in the trailer does make us fear that our beloved naked mole rat didn't make the live-action cut and so, we're praying that is not the case.
Aside from that, Sadie Stanley takes on the lead role of Kim, while Seam Giambrone will be right by her side as Ron Stoppable. The animated series first hit Disney in 2002 - an instant success, the show has been loved by generations for years and now, both big kids and little ones will get the chance to finally see the cartoon come to life.
The movie will air exclusively on Disney Channel, February 15, 2019. Take a note, set a reminder, call me, beep me, this won't be one to miss.