Well, episode parodies are at least understandable, they're only 11 minutes long. But if this movie was just another "It's a Wonderful Life" parody, that'd be terrible. I genuinely hope the title has more to do with SpongeBob's character in general, rather than the overall plotline (Given how SOoW was a cashgrab title made specifically to draw people in for some scenes about a half hour before the movie was over)kev said:from the movies and episodes in the past, i wouldn’t think spongebob would shy away from parodies.
Erm, I don't think the Ren and Stimpy short is still happening, especially with John K. being a creep and all...ANOTHER spongebob movie!? This sounds great! It sounds even better with the Ren and Stimpy short!
I'm glad Zeus finally got a job after almost a decadeAccording to Vincent Waller Aaron Springer is working on the story and Zeus the guitar lord is helping with storyboards.
Glad to hear that.Even with fact that he wrote my least-favorite episode.Aaron made a lot of masterpieces from pre-movie era and one of the better episodes from seasons 7-8.I hope that he improved his writing skill after this long breakAccording to Vincent Waller Aaron Springer is working on the story
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The title is a thing that exists. Hopefully there are just elements reminiscent of It's a Wonderful Life and it's not a direct reference... though, even if it's not the best title, it did give my brain enough information to start spitting out story ideas.
Ideas that I'm not going to post because I don't want to get anyone's hopes up.
They are the same company that made the cgi in the previous movie, i wonder if we will get live-action sequences. (since the cgi was used for these scenes)https://twitter.com/mikrosanimation/status/1022200575709130755
Mikros image will be working on the film. This reconfirms cgi Spongebob is back because mikros is a cg company.