http://www.sbmania.net/pictures.php?img=KaYgejtajFnrXa0hgfttIFS%2FUXYJGKFm3ksAI6XkwMc%3Dyellowshdow said:i think this film might be on netflix becuase they just started carrying nickelodeon movies
You know a site loves nostalgia when the thread for the excitement of the first movie in 2004 still exists.President Squidward said:Id rather not because the title we have right now is nostalgic from the time it was announced.
At least you're not the Todd of the 2000s.President Squidward said:I don't hate EVERYTHING in this decade (I'm not an ignorant nostalgiatard.) I just think half of this decade is so freaking terrible.
i cant argue with youPresident Squidward said:I don't hate EVERYTHING in this decade (I'm not an ignorant nostalgiatard.) I just think half of this decade is so freaking terrible.
I prefer my movies without butter.yellowshdow forever said:I really think this film is butter than the first
That's a good thing...Cowbob_Ranchpants said:This movie kinda sucked. It jokes were funny the first time but got stale real quick. It felt rushed. The "Out of Water" part was WAAAAY over hyped and the out of water parts weren't funny or that long. The 2D segments had some good parts, but everything about the movie was just off. The rap battle was lame and unfunny. It shouldve ended the movie with the theme song. The first movie was better in many ways.
Hey, I'm talking to you from future.Last year, we discussed rumors that there may be a new SpongeBob movie in the pipeline.
As of today, those rumors are officially confirmed - Paramount is indeed working on a new SpongeBob movie. (Source.)Release Date: February 6, 2015TimelineMarch 4, 2011: Rumors about a second SpongeBob movie first appear in an LA Times article.February 28, 2012: Rumors are confirmed and a tentative release date of late 2014 is announced.June 7, 2012: Hillenburg mentions his involvement with the movie in an interview; he will produce and help write, Tibbitt will direct.August 17, 2012: Jonathan Aibel and Glenn Berger announced as writers, Mary Parent as producer. Tibbitt confirmed as director and Hillenburg as executive producer.October 16, 2012: Paramount previews it's upcoming movies, including the untitled SpongeBob movie. SpongeBob will apparently travel from his world to ours. The movie will be in 3D. "CGI-like animation" is used in the preview.October 28, 2012: Answering a fan on Twitter, Tibbitt mentions that the movie will be a stand-alone plot and not a continuation of the first movie.December 14, 2012: First animatic screening of the movie at Paramount.December 21, 2012: Tibbitt announces on Twitter that the movie is officially greenlit.April 11, 2013: Second animatic screening.August 1, 2013: Release date of Feb 13, 2015 announced.September 30, 2013: Filming of live action sequences begins in Savannah and on Tybee Island.March 13, 2014: Clip shown at Nick Upfront but not released to public.June 6, 2014: Release date moved forward a week to Feb 6.June 10, 2014: First official teaser poster released.June 10, 2014: Official website is released.July 31, 2014: First trailer released.Oct 30, 2014: Second trailer released.Oct 30, 2014: Second poster revealed.Nov 24, 2014: Character posters revealed.Cast & Crew
Executive producer: Stephen Hillenburg
Director: Paul Tibbitt
Director of live-action sequences: Mike Mitchell
Producers: Mary Parent, Cale Boyter, Craig Sost
Writers: Jonathan Aibel, Glenn Berger
Story artist: Nick Cross
Storyboard artist: Dave Cunningham
Storyboard Supervisor / Head of Story: Erik Wiese
Creative director: Vincent Waller
Background layout superviser: Kenny Pittenger
Production supervisor: Philip Harris
Production assistant: Monica Davila
Workbook/layout supervisor: Marco Cinello
Character layout artists: Kyle A Carrozza, Adam Paloian
Effects supervisor: Brice MallierImagesNick Upfront 2012Animatic meeting