Following the poor, desperate, and deluded Zim as he concocts yet another disastrous scheme for destroying the Earth in order to gain accolades from his Irken leaders, the movie sounds as though it's sticking to the beloved formula of the show.
Prepare to be excited (and just ever so slightly afraid), because Nickelodeon announced that an Invader Zim TV movie is officially happening, and we already have an Invader Zim movie teaser that will punch you in the face with nostalgia. This movie will likely pick up where the series left off, letting Zim jumpstart one more plan to conquer Earth.
The 90-minute movie will focus on Zim-an alien attempting to live among our unusual human species while also plotting against us-who has a new (probably delusional) plan to take over the world.
A video posted by Nick Animation on April 4, which continues to trend on YouTube, heralded the show's return in the best way possible: Zim threatening the world. "I've been watching you.waiting".
Of course, no threat from Zim is complete without his pal GIR interrupting with an adorable giggle and a comment making fun of Zim's voice. The series, which was applauded for its satirical take on society at the time, only ran for two seasons, but it developed a core group of fans who still love it to date.
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"Turns out I've been working on this for nearly a year now", Vasquez tweeted on Tuesday.
Like lots of our favorite 1990s and early 2000s Nickelodeon shows, Invader Zim has retained a cult base of loyal fans.
Entertainment Weekly is reporting that Nickelodeon is moving ahead with the project, putting the series in the same category as Hey Arnold! and Rocko's Modern Life, which are also getting TV movies from the network.
Fingers crossed for "Aaahh!"