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Other ’90s Pop Culture Phenomenons That Should Get A Movie Reboot


This October, the ’90s book and TV series Goosebumps will be getting a reboot in the form of a feature film starring Jack Black (watch the trailer here). But that’s not all: last week, The Tracking Board confirmed that Universal is intending to bring back another beloved ’90s book series, Animorphs. That’s right, remember those awesome book covers where humans morph into animals?!

But why stop there? With the ’90s making a big comeback in recent months, we’ve come up with some other phenomenons from that rad decade that also deserve a big screen reboot.

Crash Bandicoot
So many videos games have been turned into movies in the past few decades, from Resident Evil to Pokemon and even this past summer’s Pixels stars a number of popular video game characters come to life. But one ’90s fave we have yet to see on the big screen is Crash Bandicoot. The orange Aussie character may still exist in the video game realms, thought switching developers and publishers a few times over the years, but we wouldn’t mind seeing an updated version of the video game hero in an epic animated film.

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Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego?
In 2011, it was reported that Jennifer Lopez would be producing a film adaptation of the Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego franchise. The video game, book and TV series was a ’90s staple and we were super excited to hear that news, but unfortunately there haven’t been any updates in four years. Seriously, where in the world is this Carmen Sandiego movie?!

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Dexter’s Laboratory
How amazing would it be to have a live action version of Dexter’s Laboratory? The Cartoon Network show was part of the network’s golden era of programming that featured The Powerpuff Girls, Johnny Bravo, Cow and Chicken and Courage the Cowardly Dog. Dexter’s Laboratory followed a boy genius/scientist/inventor who worked out of a secret laboratory and one of its many writers included Family Guy creator Seth McFarlane. Sure McFarlane may be busy with his many projects right now, but we have hope that one day (soon?), we will see the return of Dexter (no, not that Dexter).

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We don’t know how these furry toys can be transformed into a movie but surely it can be done. Just remember: we once turned Battleship into a movie.

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Spice Girls

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