A new Kim Possible adventure in March
Buena Vista Home Entertainment have announced the Region 1 DVD release of Kim Possible: A Stitch In Time for 16th March 2004 with a retail price of $29.99. This new "feature-length" (66-minutes is the stated running time) animated movie is dubbed as Kim’s latest, greatest adventure that is loaded with the action, laughs and excitement that have made her and the “Kim Possible” television series one of the most popular animated shows of today.
Features on the DVD include:-
- 1.78:1 Anamorphic Widescreen transfer
- Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
- “Naked Mole Rap” music video (featuring Rufus)
- “Totally Awesome Tempus Semius Simulation Program.”
KIM POSSIBLE: A SITCH IN TIME launches Kim Possible on her most extreme adventure yet. Relentless villains Drakken, Shego, Monkey Fist and Duff Killigan join forces to steal the Tempus Simia, a monkey-shaped stone with the power to create a time portal. Their objective is simple: go back in time to crush Kim Possible’s spirit before she can start down her path to heroism. Kim is alerted to the plan by a visitor from the future -- Rufus 3000, a buffed-up, talking descendent of everyone’s favorite Naked Molerat. Kim, Rufus 3000 and Ron Stoppable must venture into the past, then into the future to try and halt the evil plot to change history.
The movie features a notable guest cast: Kelly Ripa ("Live with Regis & Kelly," "Hope & Faith") as Future Bonnie; Freddie Prinze Jr. ("Scooby-Doo") as Future Jim and Tim; Raven ("That's So Raven") as Monique and Vivica A. Fox ("Boat Trip") as Future Monique; Elliott Gould (“Ocean’s 11”) as Ron's dad; Dakota Fanning ("Cat in the Hat") as the voice of Pre-Kindergarten Kim; and Michael Clark Duncan ("Daredevil") as Future Wade.
Creators and Executive Producers Mark McCorkle and Robert Schooley, along with Writers Bill Motz and Bob Roth, saw KIM POSSIBLE: A SITCH IN TIME as a perfect opportunity to give Kim Possible fans a glimpse into the seeds of her heroic nature. “This movie allows us to give fans more of Kim’s backstory – her first meeting and bonding with Ron, the day she started her Web site and a few other precursors of things to come” says Mark. “It was a lot of fun to explore moments to which we’d only alluded before.”
Gary Marsh, executive vice president, Original Programming and Production, Disney Channel, says “We wanted to showcase our top-rated animated series and expand its imaginative storytelling, comedy and adventure into a full-length movie format, with a remarkable guest cast joining our series regulars.”