Our favorite Nickelodeon characters are ready to stage a comeback—and in a big way.
According to Deadline, a NickToons movie is coming, which will feature signature Nickelodeon characters from some of our favorite throwback shows.
Characters from Aaahh! Real Monsters, Ren & Stimpy, and Rocko's Modern Life are among some of the roles reportedly coming together for this epic mashup movie.
Because haven't we all wondered what would happen if Rugrats' Angelica Pickles and Hey Arnold!'s Helga ran into each other?
Mayhem, that's what.
While we wait to see which favorites officially make the cut, these are the most memorable 'toons we want to see in a NickToons movie...
Doug Funnie and his BFF Skeeter Valentine, from Doug, need to take their friendship to the big screen. Hollywood loves a good bromance.
Speaking of fun relationships, and you definitely can't choose just one here, the stars of CatDog would be perfect for the NickToons movie. Let's see where Dog unwillingly drags Cat this time.
Lord Nelson's trousers, we nearly forgot that the legendary Tim Curry voiced Sir Nigel Archirbald Thornberry on The Wild Thornberrys! We're sure the host of Nigel Thornberry's Wild World has quite a few more adventures to share with us.
SpongeBob SquarePants has already gotten the big screen treatment before, so it only makes sense that the titular character make his way into the NickToons movie. It's like the Avengers; let's get that big star to help tie it all together.
He's a little shy, but we think Rocko from Rocko's Modern Life is ready to take his act to the big screen. Heffer Wolfe and Spunky can come along, too, if that helps.
Ren & Stimpy are cultural icons at this point, so of course they make the list. We just hope they don't do anything too offensive in front of one of the Rugrats.
Among our favorite characters from Aaahh!!! Real Monsters, we have our eyes on Krumm to make it into the NickToons flick. Get it... eyes? This monster (and his horrifying B.O.) certainly leave a lasting impression.
Move it, football head! She may not be the main character on Hey Arnold!, but Helga (and her insane crush rampage for Arnold) was always our favorite part of the show. Well... except for Stoop Kid, maybe.
Rugrats is an ensemble cast of cool kids, but Angelica's classmate Susie was always the one we looked up to the most. There's a reason the babies liked her more than Angelica, she was smart, nice, and always had the little ones' backs.