Friday, February 23, 2024

Netflix Spain Unveils First Look at 'The Casagrandes Movie', Film's First Full Trailer to Be Released on February 23

Netflix is set to debut The Casagrandes Movie, a brand new film based on The Casagrandes, globally on Friday, March 22, and to celebrate, Netflix service's around the world have been sharing sneak peeks of the all-new film, including Netflix Spain, which you can check out in the video below (clip starts around the 3:14/15 mark)!

The sneak peek reveals that The Casagrandes Movie will be steeped in Méxican mysticism, featuring a young 12,000 year old demigod on her quest to become a full god. The first look also reveals that there's a party is going on back at the Casagrandes' apartment.

Additionally, Miguel Puga, a co-executive and director on Nickelodeon's hit animated series, has revealed that the movie's first full trailer will be released on February 23!

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Nickelodeon revealed that The Casagrandes Movie, a brand new film based on The Casagrandes, was in the works last year. Although not much else about the movie has been said since the original announcement, Miguel Puga, a co-executive and director on Nickelodeon's hit animated series, hinted in November that production on The Casagrandes Movie had wrapped.

Netflix will debut The Casagrandes Movie globally on Friday, March 22, 2024!

Then in December, WrapPRO revealed a first look (pictured above) and confirmation that The Casagrandes Movie will be released exclusively on Netflix sometime in 2024.

The release date for The Casagrandes Movie comes to us from our pals at What's on Netflix.

Netflix has also revealed a new first look at The Casagrandes Movie!

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The Casagrandes Movie is directed by Miguel Puga and written by Tony Gama-Lobo and Rebecca May, Lalo Alcaraz and Rosemary Contreras. The movie was produced by Nickelodeon Animation Studios Inc.

The Casagrandes movie will follow The Loud House Movie, a made-for-TV film produced by Nickelodeon for Netflix, which was released in August 2021.

A spin-off from The Loud HouseThe Casagrandes follows the dynamics of a multi-generational Latino family that lives under one roof. The series centers on Ronnie Anne Santiago (Izabella Alvarez), who moved to Great Lakes City with her brother Bobby (Carlos PenaVega) and her mother Maria (Sumalee Montano). She is now living near her extended family, including her grandparents Hector (Ruben Garfias) and Rosa (Sonia Manzano), her aunt Frida (Roxana Ortega) and uncle Carlos (Carlos Alazraqui), and her cousins Carlota, C.J., Carl, and Carlitos. Rubiner is executive producer and Puga serves as co-executive producer. Award-winning cartoonist Lalo Alcaraz is a consulting producer.

The Casagrandes debuted in 2019, and aired for a total of 60 episodes over three seasons, as well a raft of animated shorts as part of Nick's Shorts Showcase by the end of its run in September 2022. Although the series isn't being renewed for a fourth season, characters from The Casagrandes will continue to appear on The Loud House, the show it was spun-off from.

The Casagrandes stars Izabella Alvarez (Westworld) as 11-year-old Ronnie Annie, Carlos PenaVega (Big Time Rush) as her brother Bobby and Sumalee Montano (Nashville) as her mom Maria. Alvarez, PenaVega and Montano bring these characters to life, alongside: Carlos Alazraqui (Rocko's Modern Life, The Fairly OddParents, Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years) as Carlos, “Tio;” Roxana Ortega (The League) as Frida, “Tia;” Alexa PenaVega (Spy Kids) as Carlota; Jared Kozak (Born this Way) as CJ; Alex Cazares (The Boss Baby: Back in Business) as Carl; Ruben Garfias (East Los High) as Hector, “Abuelo;” and Sonia Manzano (Sesame Street) as Rosa, “Abuela.” Additionally, Eugenio Derbez (Dora and the Lost City of Gold) gives voice to Dr. Santiago, a physician living and working in Peru, who is Ronnie Anne and Bobby’s father.

Ronnie Anne’s new apartment building holds new friends and neighbors, including: Ken Jeong (Dr. Ken) as Stanley Chang; Melissa Joan Hart (Clarissa Explains It All, Sabrina the Teenage Witch) as Becca Chang; Leah Mei Gold (Legion) as 12-year-old Sid Chang, Ronnie Anne’s new friend; and Lexi Sexton as Adelaide Chang, Sid’s 6-year-old little sister.

The show was nominated for Outstanding Children's Animated Series and won Outstanding Main Title for an Animated Program at the 2020 Daytime Emmy Awards. Ronnie Anne and her family were introduced in The Loud House. Both series have been translated into successful graphic novel and podcast series. The Loud House and The Casagrandes are available to stream on Paramount+.

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Originally published: February 22, 2024 at 23:02 GMT.

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Classic Rugrats Comic Strip for February 23, 2024 | Nickelodeon

Classic Rugrats Comic Strip for February 23, 2024 | Nickelodeon

Classic Rugrats Comic Strip for February 23, 2024 | Nickelodeon

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Rugrats, provided to Creators Syndicate by Nickelodeon, based off the popular animated television series has been created for children and family's to laugh and enjoy together.

Follow these comics and their take on real episodes of the show and their own spin on hilarious adventures.

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Nicktoons to Premiere New 'Rugrats' Episodes From February 26

The babies are back in the all-new second season of the hit Paramount+ Original Series Rugrats, premiering Mondays-Thursdays at 3:00 p.m. (ET/PT) starting Monday, February 26, only on Nicktoons!

'Rugrats' (2021) Season Two

Monday, February 26, 2024 - Little Daddy: Tommy and his friends help Chuckie get ready to be a daddy when Chuckie thinks there's a baby in his tummy. (#205A)

Tuesday, February 27, 2024 - The Kid: Tommy believes that a small goat is his new baby sibling. (#205B)

Wednesday, February 28, 2024 - Bottles Away: Tommy doesn't want to face the reality that, one day, he'll have to give up his bottle. (#206A)

Thursday, February 29, 2024 - Extra Pickles: Tommy learns to be a Finster so he can live with Chuckie after his baby sibling arrives. (#206B)

Friday, March 1, 2024 - Gramping: With Tommy's new sibling soon to be born, Tommy leads his friends on one last great adventure to find Bigfeet while the grownups go searching for Grandpa Lou who has met up with Bob Brine in the woods. (#207; special)

Monday, March 4, 2024 - The Blob from Outer Space/The Chop: Tommy and his friends think baby Dil is an alien blob and try to return him home to outer space. / Angelica has an identity crisis when she gets bubble gum stuck in her hair. (#208)

Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - Tommy the Giant: Chuckie enlists a giant Tommy to help Reptar escape from the evil Princess Angelica.

Wednesday, March 6, 2024 - Nanny Pip: Angelica's new robotic nanny manages to keep her behaving almost too perfectly, which terrifies the babies. (#209)

The latest batch of new episodes made their debut on Paramount+ in April last year.

In the second season of RUGRATS, the babies are back and ready to take on the world with their pint-sized perspectives and a diapie full of snacks. New episodes follow Tommy, Chuckie, Angelica, Susie, Phil and Lil as they cross the frozen tundra, discover the treasures of ancient babies and go on the greatest adventure of all: meeting Tommy’s new brother!

Returning to the playpen is Tommy’s beloved little brother, Dil, voiced by Tara Strong (“The Fairly OddParents,” “Teen Titans Go!”) who is reprising her role in this new series. Also joining the series this season are guest stars Yvette Nicole Brown (“Drake & Josh,” “Community”) as Miss Mellie, the friendly and silly tour guide at re-created Old West town Tot Springs; Wendie Malick (“The Owl House”) as Judith, Charlotte’s glamorous yet often condescending mother; Sarah Niles (“Ted Lasso”) as Nanny Pip, a proficient and encouraging robotic nanny who watches Angelica; and Alia Shawkat (“Severance”) as Trish, Betty’s new girlfriend who is eager to make friends with everyone.

The series stars EG Daily (Tommy Pickles), Nancy Cartwright (Chuckie Finster), Cheryl Chase (Angelica Pickles), Cree Summer (Susie Carmichael) and Kath Soucie (Phil and Lil DeVille), all of whom are reprising their iconic roles in this new series.

The original adventurous babies’ voice cast is joined by new voices, including Ashley Rae Spillers and Tommy Dewey (Tommy’s parents, Didi and Stu Pickles); Tony Hale (Chuckie’s father, Chas Finster); Natalie Morales (Phil and Lil’s mother, Betty DeVille); Anna Chlumsky and Timothy Simons (Angelica’s parents, Charlotte and Drew Pickles); Nicole Byer and Omar Miller (Susie’s parents, Lucy and Randy Carmichael); Michael McKean (Grandpa Lou Pickles); Charlet Chung (Kimi); and Grey Delisle (Begley). Also returning as guest stars in season two are Henry Winkler (Boris); Swoosie Kurtz (Minka); Telma Hopkins (Celeste); Raini Rodriguez (Gabi); Keith Carradine (Bob Brine); and Richard Ayoade (Duffy).

Produced by Nickelodeon Animation, the all-new RUGRATS is based on the series created by Arlene Klasky, Gabor Csupo, and Paul Germain. Kate Boutilier (“Rugrats”) and Casey Leonard (“Breadwinners”) are executive producers and Dave Pressler (“Robot and Monster”) and Rachel Lipman (“Rugrats”) serve as co-executive producers, with Kellie Smith (“The Fairly OddParents”) as line producer on season two. Charlie Adler (“Rugrats”) serves as the voice director. Production is overseen by Mollie Freilich, director of current series animation at Nickelodeon. A third season is currently in development.

The original RUGRATS series launched August 11, 1991, and instantly became a groundbreaking phenomenon, spawning consumer products and three hit theatrical releases, cementing its place in pop culture history through its iconic characters, storytelling and unique visual style. RUGRATS was in production for nine seasons over the course of 13 years. The series earned four Daytime Emmy Awards, six Kids’ Choice Awards and its own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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Originally published: February 23, 2024.

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Did You Catch These 'Avatar: The Last Airbender' Easter Eggs?

Animated series fans will recognize the cabbage man, Flopsie, and more nods to the original Nickelodeon cartoon.

Cabbage Merchant in Netflix's 'Avatar: The Last Airbender'

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When Paul Sun-Hyung Lee stepped onto the set of Netflix's Avatar: The Last Airbender, his first reaction was simple: “Just nerding out,” the actor, who plays Uncle Iroh told Tudum. “I saw Sokka’s club, I saw Aang’s glider, the Pai Sho coin that Iroh has with the White Lotus on it….” 

In fact, the number of hidden (and not-so-hidden) references in the live action series to the original animated version is “bountiful,” says Lee. Showrunner Albert Kim says that he and his team purposefully paid tribute: “There’s a lot of Easter eggs in the show that hopefully fans will have fun digging out.” 

Elizabeth Yu, who plays Fire Nation princess Azula, told Netflix that she and her castmates couldn’t help but become megafans of the animated series while filming. “Everything we’ve done comes out of a true appreciation and respect for what this show means to fans,” she said. “Because it means so much to us as well.”

To see exactly how they paid homage, read on to learn more about the biggest Easter eggs in Avatar: The Last Airbender.

Daniel Dae Kim as Ozai in season 1 of ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’

1. Four members of the animated show’s voice cast appear in the Netflix series.

Those would be Daniel Dae Kim (Fire Lord Ozai in the live action, General Fong in the animated series), Clyde Kusatsu (Pasang in the live action, several voices in the animated series), George Takei (Koh in the live action, prison rig warden in the animated series), and James Sie (aka the one and only Cabbage Merchant).

Lee was so excited about the Cabbage Merchant that he took a picture of the cabbage cart and was tempted to post it online as the show was filming, just to show fellow fans of the series, saying, “Don’t worry, we got this, folks. We’re doing this right. We’re not just sitting here playing pinochle on the side. The attention to detail is right there, and everybody cares about it.”

Ian Ousley, who plays Sokka, agrees, saying, “Getting to meet [Sie] and say ‘My... My... My cabbages!’ with him was incredible. We did it so much. We got it on tape!”

2. King Bumi’s palace contains several statues and paintings of Flopsie, his pet goat gorilla. (Yes, goat gorilla.)

“We weren’t able to use the living Flopsie in our story,” explains Kim, “but you not only see these giant statues of Flopsie there, you see portraits of Flopsie on the wall and you realize that this was someone important to Bumi in the past. Fans will pick it up! I don’t think any of the new viewers will know what any of that means, except that that looks like a really strange creature.”

Gordon Cormier as Aang stands in a fighting pose while a figure wearing a blue mask stands behind him in season 1 of ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’

3. The Blue Spirit mask is hanging in the far back of a kiosk in Omashu Market.

Eagle-eyed fans should look out for a few more iconic masks from the animated series.

4. Aang crashes his air scooter into a statue in Episode 2, “Warriors,” a direct homage to the famous title sequence of the animated series.

“I saw Aang’s glider, and I was like, ‘Oh!’ and just died over that,” says Lee.

Utkarsh Ambudkar as King Bumi smirks wearing green robes in season 1 of ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’

5. Many of Bumi’s lines come directly from the original cartoon.

Including one of his most famous puns: “Lettuce leaf.” (Let us leave, duh.)

6. The fifth episode of the season, “Spirited Away,” features bar patrons in the Earth Kingdom recounting stories they’ve heard of the Avatar’s exploits, which all come from the original series.

“They reference actual episodes,” Kim confirms. “So you realize time has passed and they’ve had adventures that we haven’t seen in between episodes — and they’re all direct references to actual stories from the first season of the animated show."

7. Katara is seen eating her favorite food at the Agna Qel’a feast in Episode 7, “The North.”

That’s right: stewed sea prunes.

8. An interaction between Sokka and Yue in that same episode echoes a very funny exchange between the characters in the animated series.

When Aang returns from seeing Avatar Kuruk, he spots Sokka giving Yue a gift. She thinks it’s a bear, but it’s actually a carving of a fish that Sokka made for her.

Gordon Cormier as Aang, Kiawentiio as Katara, and Ian Ousley as Sokka in season 1 of ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’

9. Costume designer Farnaz Khaki-Sadigh and team kept the color palettes of the original animated series for each nation’s costumes.

The Air Nomads wear orange, yellow, rust, and saffron; the Fire Nation is outfitted in every shade of red; the Earth Kingdom’s hues evoke springtime with greens, browns, and purples; and the Water Tribe’s costumes draw inspiration from the Arctic with countless shades of blue, from ice to azure.

C.S. Lee as Avatar Roku stands on a mountain wearing red robes in season 1 of ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’

10. Avatar Roku’s costume references his companion, a dragon.

Although Avatar Roku’s companion isn’t seen in the new series, his costume incorporates scales by way of acknowledgment.

11. The first piece of music licensed from the original animated series was “Leaves from the Vine.”

It was especially important to play the song during Lu Ten’s funeral scene in Episode 4, “Into the Dark.”

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Netflix's 'Avatar: The Last Airbender' Season One Episode Guide

Netflix has released the first season of Avatar: The Last Airbender, the streaming service's highly-anticipated live-action adaptation of Nickelodeon's beloved animated series of the same name! Find out details about each of the eight episodes that make up Avatar: The Last Airbender season one below! Make sure to check out the series on Netflix!

Netflix's 'Avatar: The Last Airbender'

About Netflix's Avatar: The Last Airbender:

A young boy known as the Avatar must master the four elemental powers to save a world at war — and fight a ruthless enemy bent on stopping him.

Netflix's Avatar: The Last Airbender season one episode guide:

1. Aang: An Airbender comes to grips with his new reality as war erupts. A century later, a pair of Water Tribe siblings make a discovery that changes everything. (series premiere; 63 minutes)

2. Warriors: Aang, Katara and Sokka arrive at a small Island, home to elite warriors named after Avatar Kyoshi. The Fire Nation gets wind of the Avatar's whereabouts. (48 minutes)

3. Omashu: News of a traitor puts the trio at odds in Omashu, where a mechanist and rebels with a charming leader muddle their plans to protect the Earth Kingdom. (52 minutes)

4. Into the Dark: In captivity, Aang meets a king with a taste for games. To find their friend, the siblings must navigate a dark tunnel — and put their differences aside. (55 minutes)

5. Spirited Away: When the group lands in the Spirit World for a rescue mission, they come face to face with dangerous threats, painful memories and a mysterious entity. (52 minutes)

6. Masks: A desperate Aang visits Avatar Roku for help on his journey as the Fire Nation closes in on him. At their fortress, a masked intruder breaks Aang out. (56 minutes)

7. The North: As an attack on the Northern Water Tribe looms, Katara challenges a master Waterbender, Sokka meets a princess, and Aang takes Kuruk's words to heart. (47 minutes)

8. Legends: Zhao leads the Fire Nation into the North with a bold plan to weaken the Water Tribe. When the battle takes a dark turn, Aang enters a powerful state. (season one finale; 57 minutes)

“Alongside his newfound friends Sokka and Katara, siblings and members of the Southern Water Tribe, Aang embarks on a fantastical, action-packed quest to save the world and fight back against the fearsome onslaught of Fire Lord Ozai. But with a driven Crown Prince Zuko determined to capture them, it won’t be an easy task,” reads the official logline.

The Avatar: The Last Airbender live-action series stars the main cast of Gordon Cormier as Aang, Kiawentiio as Katara, Ian Ousley as Sokka, Dallas Liu as Zuko, and Daniel Dae Kim as Fire Lord Ozai. The series also stars Paul Sun-Hyung Lee as General Iroh; Casey Camp-Horinek as Gran Gran, the grandmother of Sokka and Katara; Arden Cho as June, a bounty hunter; Maria Zhang as Suki, a Kyoshi warrior; and Sebastien Amoruso as Jet, a rebel from the Earth Kingdom.

Albert Kim serves as showrunner and executive producer. Michael Goi and Jabbar Raisani both direct, and serve as executive producers alongside Rideback’s Dan Lin and Lindsey Liberatore. Other directors include co-executive producer Roseanne Liang and Jet Wilkinson.

While the new Netflix series will put Aang back in the spotlight, the platform won't be the only place that we are able to see the last airbender. In 2025, Avatar Studios is planning to release a new animated movie that will hit theaters, focusing on Aang and his friends as adults to mark the first part of a new trilogy.

Avatar: The Last Airbender season two:

At the time of posting, Netflix has yet to announce a second season of Avatar: The Last Airbender.

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