Dove Cameron begins editing the live-action Powerpuff Girls pilot


Future Powerpuff Girls the live-action series has begun in a rocky way, from set photographs to a leaked script. Things got a little worse in the project when Variety announced that the pilot period was being renewed. CW CEO Mark Pedowitz continued, “Tonally, it may have felt a little too campy”.

One of three wires Powerpuff open the pilot and his enthusiasm to do things again. In interview Entertainment today, Dove Cameron – who stars as a bubble – weighed the situation and looked very optimistic: “It’s a really big piece of IP, and it’s usually very accurate. Like getting it right, make everyone happy and also make sure it turns. It’s so specific. “

“We’re removing some elements and replacing others,” he continues. “I think the script gets a new blow, and it’s just a slightly different approach, but everything else stays the same. I’m really excited about the idea.”


“I sent text messages to the girls, and we’re like, ‘Oh.’ Well, now we know what we’re doing. ‘What an amazing thing. You must never do that as an actor – go back and say, ‘What would I have done differently?’ I can’t say good enough about the show and the character. So I’m very, very excited. I am very excited that everyone will see how it is [coming] together.”

Although Cameron could not get into the details, he clarified the rumor that the restarts are based on a script that hit the Internet: “They didn’t decide to edit the pilot because the script was leaking. I just have to say that this did not happen. Anyway, we had to reform it again. “

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Powerpuff stars Dove Cameron (Offspring) as Bubbles, Yana Perrault (Jagged small pill) as Buttercup, Chloe Bennet (SHIELD representatives) as Blossom, Donald Faison (Shrubs) Professor Utonium, Nicholas Podany (Hart of Dixie) as Mojo Jojo Jr. and Robyn Lively (Light as a feather) Sara Bellum, original series Tom Kenny (Spongebob Squarepants) back as a multiplier.


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