the Children’s trash can will return via HBO Max. According to a new report from THR, the streaming service WarnerMedia has teamed up with Topps, Torante and Danny McBride’s Rough House Pictures to develop a new animated series based on the raw characters from the collectible cards from the 1980s. collectibles are a bit risky, the idea is for the new cartoon series to be family-friendly and appeal to audiences of all ages.
McBride and his Rough House partner David Gordon Green were inspired to reinvent Garbage Pail Kids because of their love for original trading cards and Saturday morning cartoons. The duo, with Josh Bycel (Solar opposites), will write and co-create the animated series for HBO Max. McBride, Green and Bycel will also executive produce alongside Brandon James of Rough House and Noel Bright and Steven A. Cohen of Torante TV. No names have been announced for the voice cast.
A series of collectable sticker cards, Children’s trash can was first published by the Topps company in 1985. Each sticker card features a parody of a Cabbage Patch Kids doll, usually with some sort of name based on a play on words and particularly disgusting illustrations. Due to the vile illustrations, the cards were controversial at the time, leading many schools to ban them altogether. Of course, that only makes them more popular with kids of the time who have since grown up their entire lives. Children’s trash can Fans.
There was actually an earlier adaptation of a Garbage Pail Kids cartoon in 1987. It was released in the UK and Canada in the late 1980s, but due to its controversial content, the cartoon didn’t has never been shown on television in the United States. The show usurped popular films of the time, such as the Indiana Jones movies, Superman, and Conan the Barbarian, and featured card characters like Patty Putty, Clogged Duane, Split Kid, Elliot Mess, Terri Cloth, and Trashed Tracy. Fortunately, fans finally got to see the GPK series in its entirety when Paramount Home Entertainment released “Garbage Pail Kids: The Complete Series” on DVD in Region 1 on April 4, 2006.
For better or worse, a live-action film adaptation was also released in 1987. Directed by Rod Amateau, the film is widely regarded as one of the worst films ever made, although it has also developed a big cult following. part because of it. very reason. He followed a live band of Garbage Pail Kids (Greaser Greg, Valerie Vomit, Ali Gator, Foul Phil, Nat Nerd, Windy Winston and Messy Tessie) befriending a young boy (Mackenzie Astin). Universally shot, the film has a rotten 0% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
McBride and Green also managed to jump into another popular franchise by rebooting Halloween in 2018. The two co-wrote the film with Jeff Fradley with Green as the director. For the rest of this year Halloween kills, Green returned to directing using a script co-written with McBride and Scott Teems. They are also behind the upcoming third installment of their trilogy, Halloween ends, which will hit theaters in 2022. Rough House Productions has teamed up with Miramax, Blumhouse and Trancas International Pictures for the sequel to the slasher movie.
A release date has yet to be set for Children’s trash can on HBO Max. This news comes to us from the Hollywood Reporter.
Topics: Garbage Pail Kids, HBO Max
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