Friday, May 26, 2017

"Back Story" | Early Development Art | Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie

To celebrate Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie, Craig Bartlett, the creator of Nickelodeon's iconic '90s animated series Hey Arnold!, has shared a piece of fantastic early development art for Nickelodeon's upcoming brand-new two-part Hey Arnold! television movie in a post on his official Instagram profile page, @CraigBartlett! Check out the art, titled "Back Story", below!:

#tbt back story -- early development art for #thejunglemovie

Additionally, Craig has announced the super news that CNN's documentary series Great Big Story recently interviewed him about Arnold's 15-year comeback, and that the episode will be released around Comic-Con International: San Diego 2017 this summer!:

Monday #moveitfootballhead

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Bahahaha! Send me one, @pinlord!

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Will #stoopkid leave his stoop? Guess you'll have to watch #thejunglemovie and find out!

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Somewhere in Mexico #ihatehimandyetilovehim

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#fbf Gerald serves up the ultimate urban legend in #thejunglemovie!

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Set to premiere this Thanksgiving on Nickelodeon USA, Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie will pick up where the original series ended, resolving unanswered questions and plot lines, including Arnold finally getting answers about the whereabouts of his missing parents!

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