Dan Harmon gives an update on the Rick And Morty movie. Harmon was the creative driver behind shows like Community, Krapolis, and of course Rick & Morty, the latter of which has been hailed as one of the most animated TV series of all time. Rick and Morty season 7 will continue the series after the departure of lead actor Justin Roiland.
Harmon informs about the possible Rick And Morty movie . Speaking to the Hollywood Reporter, Harmon had a serious conversation with the studios about a Rick And Morty feature film before the strike. As described by Harmon, the film would be a “super episode”, which the author compared to South Park: bigger, longer, uncut
A brief history of the speech from the movie Rick and Morty
Due to the well-thought-out themes and well-made characters of the series, there has been speculation about the idea of a Rick And Morty movie for years. Science fiction and action directors such as James Gunn and Zack Snder were asked if they would be willing to adapt the material into a film. Snyder replied that he would be open to the idea, while Gunn considered the show itself untouchable, since it was already “beautiful and perfect”.
These different approaches to a Rick and Morty movie have led to a big debate about whether the animated show should be adapted for the big screen. In addition, the question of whether this adaptation would be in live action or animation is another lingering question for the Rick And Morty movie, since both options have been proposed. Rick And Morty is so popular in its short form that anyone who makes a film adaptation would plunge into extremely risky terrain.
Harmon’s statement about the Rick And Morty movie seems to be a middle ground between the extremes of a Rick And Morty movie and a live-action movie. Instead of a theatrical live-action entry, an extended episode could further immerse the audience in the world of Rick and Morty, without the ruthless abandonment of visual sensibility that characterizes the almost perfect show. Moreover, since Harmon is in direct negotiations, it seems that the film version would not be continued without the showrunner, which is also promising for a possible adaptation.