If you were a '90s kid, you definitely remember the Disney cartoon series Recess.
The show revolved around six fourth graders named T.J., Vince, Gretchen, Spinelli, Gus, and Mikey, and all the important lessons they learned while attending Third Street Elementary School.
Now, the show is getting a live-action remake thanks to Vancouver filmmakers Jerome Yoo and Kent Donguines.
If funded, the nonprofit film will be released for free in August and will show what the former kids from Third Street Elementary are getting into as teenagers in high school.
According to the description, the reboot will be a "live-action, re-imagining of the gang in a high school setting tackling current issues like love, peer pressure, social media, identity, etc."
As far as casting goes, Benjamin Wadsworth has been tapped to star as T.J., while Sean Depner will play Mikey. Louriza Tronco will play Spinelli, Adam DiMarco (The Order) will play Randall, Lillian Doucet-Roche will play Gretchen, Fritzy-Klevans Destine (Batwoman) will star as Vince, and Clive Holloway as Gus.
Also, it's important to note, the live-action remake has not been endorsed by Disney, yet my excitement remains the same.
I can't wait to see my six faves, as well as mean girls (aka The Ashleys)...
...who were known for their catchphrase!
...and the annoying teacher's pet.
And of course, there was the king of the playground.
But mostly I just need to see THE (!) iconic Spinelli.
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This post has been updated to more accurately reflect that this is a fan-made film.