We haven’t updated Chris McKay’s live-action Jonny Quest movie for a while. McKay joined the long-running project as director in 2018, succeeding Robert Rodriguez, but we had not received the initial announcement. Up until now, Before the release of “The War of Tomorrow”, McKay talked to our own Steve Weintraub, provided the latest news about the Jonny Quest movie, and confirmed that it was not his next movie, but joked about what makes his vision unique and exciting, while comparing it to yours. Acquire the popular Hanna-Barbera franchise, “Indiana Jones”. When asked why he was so happy to settle on the Jonny Quest franchise, McKay’s response would make Vin Diesel’s Dominic Toretto proud: “What I enjoy about Jonny Quest is that it makes you feel like you’re part of a family.


We’ve got all of your favorite Jonny Quest characters, as well as some in-depth looks at some of them. Jonny is a character that has gone through a lot of grief. His mother died, and the story is about how the people in your life may assist you in overcoming sadness. There is something about it, at the end of the day.” Jonny Quest made its debut in 1964 and made its debut in an animated show produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions by Doug Wildey. The series is inspired by action-adventure comics and radio series, about a boy named Johnny accompanying his scientist father on an exciting adventure. Although The Flintstones is considered to be the first major television cartoon aimed at adults, after its prime time broadcast, it can be said that Jonny Quest accepted the idea and followed it completely.


The feature of this show is more realistic art and character design than any work Hanna-Barbera has ever produced, and it feels more like the predecessor of Indiana Jones than the continuation of The Flintstones. Although starring an 11-year-old boy, the high-stakes action of the show is comparable to modern action movies. The last part is what McKay hopes to bring to his live adaptation: “However, it has a Raiders of the Lost Ark vibe to it.” It’s a film that travels the globe in search of a real-world item that can avert a major worldwide disaster. Jonny Quest has a cast of characters that I adore, as well as a set of relationships that I adore. The authors performed an outstanding job.


I’m hoping that WB wants to create that movie as soon as possible because it’ll be incredibly fantastic, and it’ll be a major movie like Tomorrow War, as it is shaping out to be a big-budget family action film.” Sadly, the latter revealed that the studio has not yet approved the production of the film, but the comparison to “Lost Ark Raiders” is enough to make us excited every time the project progresses. At the same time, McKay’s “War of Tomorrow” will premiere on Prime Video on July 2.


Source: Collider

Was this helpful?

Thanks for your feedback!
Explore from around the WEB