( CNN) Disney’s upcoming movies include a trio of big-budget adaptations of its animated hittings and a steady quantity of superheroes. Its TV arm hits the studio to the perforate and round-house kicking, nonetheless, with “Kim Possible, ” a Disney Channel live-action movie based on the enlivened series.
“Kim Possible” poses a totally homegrown conception, having begun as an animated appearance — about a “basic average girlfriend, ” as the catchy theme song moves, who invests her spare time saving the world as a secret agent when not living high school — that attained its introduction in 2002 and ran for five seasons.
The movie largely assumes the audience know about that abstraction, launching immediately into a brand-new undertaking as Kim( Sadie Stanley, in her first important roles) begins high school. She’s joined by her friend Ron( Sean Giambrone) and tech genius Wade( Issac Ryan Brown of Disney’s “Raven’s Home”) as she seeks to thwart the latest nefarious plot by Drakken and Shego, played, respectively, by Todd Stashwick and Taylor Ortega.