Kim Possible: Live-Action Movie Based on Disney’s Popular Animated Series Filming in Vancouver

In February, Disney Channel announced that its widely-popular animated series Kim Possible would be rebooted for a live-action movie, and it is now set to film in Vancouver.

Kim Possible Live-Action Movie Filming in Vancouver
Image via Twitter / @DisneyChannel

The original animated Kim Possible series ran from 2002 to 2007 and was centred around the titular character. Although she may not possess any ‘super powers’, she’s certainly a hero in her own right. She’s an ordinary teenage girl who helps save the planet from evil-doers alongside her trusty friends and sidekicks Ron Stoppable, Wade and Rufus the mole-rat.

According to, original series creators Mark McCorkle and Robert Schooley, co-wrote the script for the live-action movie alongside Josh Cagan and they will serve as executive producers. Adam B. Stein and Zach Lipovsky are co-directing and producing.

Disney noted via Twitter that the casting process for the Kim Possible live-action movie had just gotten underway back on February 7th, but there hasn’t been any announcements so far.

Thanks to @lemon_buzz, we know that Kim Possible is scheduled to start filming in Vancouver on June 4th, and it will wrap up on July 23rd. As always, dates are subject to change.

Disney has been sending a lot of work to the Vancouver film industry of late. New Disney XD series Fast Layne is filming until the end of the month, Descendants 3 starts filming soon and the Freaky Friday reboot wrapped up in December. The female-Santa Claus movie Noelle (aka Nicole) wrapped up earlier this year and is set to make it’s premiere on Disney’s new streaming platform after it launches.


Are you excited for Disney’s Kim Possible live-action movie to start filming in Vancouver?