Kim Possible

Make yourself a naco and get ready to watch the new trailer for Disney Channel’s live-action ‘Kim Possible!’

The new trailer gives fans a first look at what to expect from the upcoming TV movie. Sadie Stanley stars as the titular crime fighting teenager, with Alyson Hannigan playing her mom. Christy Carlson Romano (who voiced Possible in the original animated series) has signed on for a mystery role in the film along with Patton Oswalt (who voiced Professor Dementor). Dr. Drakken will be played by Todd Stashwick and his partner in crime, Shego, will be played by Taylor Ortega. Kim Possibles loveable sidekick, Ron Stoppable is portrayed by Sean Giambrone from ‘The Goldbergs.’

Fans have gotten first looks at Kim and Ron from the film, and last month, photos were released showing Stashwick and Ortega in character. The film’s co-directors, Adam B. Stein and Zach Lipovsky, said in an interview that they decided to steer away from the animated version of Drakken’s signature blue skin. But Lipovsky explains that the spirit of the character remains the same, saying:

“It’s like he’s got a blue infection within. It’s like some experiment or some dastardly plan went wrong years ago and now he’s got this side effect where he’s got a bluish hue.”

Check out the new trailer below!


Everyday teen hero Kim Possible (Sadie Stanley) and her best friend Ron Stoppable
(Sean Giambrone) embark on their freshman year of high school, all while saving
the world from evil villains. While Kim and Ron have always been one step ahead
of their opponents, navigating the social hierarchy of high school is more challenging
than the action-heroes ever imagined. With Drakken (Todd Stashwick) and Shego
(Taylor Ortega) lurking in the wings, Kim must rely on her family and friends on
Team Possible — Ron, tech-genius Wade (Issac Ryan Brown), new friend Athena
(Ciara Wilson), and Rufus, a Naked mole-rat — to stop these super villains.

It’s mission time for Kim Possible when the live action movie premieres on Disney Channel and DisneyNOW on February 15, 2019, at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT.