'Hey Arnold!': The Football Head Is Back In New TV Movie
Nickelodeon announced it's developing a "Hey Arnold!" TV movie, the latest in a string of reboots from the '90s.
If "Goosebumps," "Jurassic World" and "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" weren't enough, guess who else is back?
"Move it, football head!"
Nickelodeon announced it's developing a TV movie based on everyone's favorite fourth-grader.
Helga, Gerald and the football head ran the hallways of PS 118 on Nick from 1996 to 2004.
"Oh Arnold, what if the neighborhood is torn down and you move away and we never see each other again?" Helga says in the movie trailer.
"Hey Arnold!"'s first movie was released in 2002 but it bombed at the box office, only bringing in $5.7 million in its debut weekend. It has a 29 percent approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
Nickelodeon exec Russell Hicks says they are focusing on new programming, and that includes revamping what's in the vault, telling Variety, "Our library has come to fruition and it's time for it to start coming back to life."
That library includes everything from "The Wild Thornberrys" to "Rocket Power" and hopefully ...
This video includes video from Nickelodeon and images from Getty Images.
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