When Senator Leonard is killed by a Chinese dart while visiting Los Vegas, LVPD Deputy Chief Palma hires Carter and Sophia to investigate. Palma also summons Chief Inspector Lee from Hong Kong to Los Vegas since rumors are that Senator Leonard's killer is Chinese. But Palma secretly plotted to solve the investigation in secret so he can get nominated to senator. The suspects are Yuri Vladislav the Russian mob boss, Swat Commander Brad Kent, and Senator Leonard's daughter Fiona Leonard.
With the Wicked Witch of the West now vanquished from Oz, Dorothy is back in Kansas! But not for long as an all-new villain has surfaced from beneath the magical land, the Gnome King! Having captured the Good Witch, the Gnome King and his army are wreaking havoc throughout Oz and need but one item to take control of The Emerald City, Dorothy's ruby slippers! It's up to Dorothy to go Back to Oz and save the land she loves. Shot in motion capture ala The Polar Express.
What if The Owl House was Made in Live action
“I Am Not Okay With This” if it came out in the 2000s
The series is set in the 21st century, where the existence of humanoid animals that have been living in the darkness for centuries have been revealed to the world. One day, Michiru, who was a normal highschool student, suddenly turns into a tanuki person; running away, she seeks refuge in Anima City, a place set up for humanoid animals to be able to live as themselves. While there, Michiru encounters a wolf person, Shirou Ogami, who goes on to investigate why she became a humanoid animal, and in the process gets mixed up in even stranger events.
If Dora and the Lost City of Gold was Made in 1990s
A live-action take on The Loud House spin-off The Casagrandes. Ronnie Anne moves in with her extended family with her brother Bobby and recently divorced mother Maria in Great Lakes City, where she befriends new neighbors and Bobby helps run their grandpa’s mercado
What if Scoob! (A.K.A. Scooby-Doo 2020) Was Made a Live Action)
In the place of Pepperland, it was the music hating Blue Meanies take over Pepperland and freeze everyone within it, including the protectors, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. Captain Fred (voiced by Omid Djalili) told Rodrick Johnston, the Mayor of Pepperland (voiced by Eddie Izzard) about the Chief Blue Meanie (voiced by Vincent D'Onofrio), as the Mayor send Fred to the Yellow Submarine recruit The Beatles: Ringo (voiced by Justin Long), John (voiced by David Tennant), George (voiced by Cary Elwes), and Paul (voiced by Peter Billingsley), to help save Pepperland. Along the way, they fall through the Sea …
Set at a summer camp populated by goofy-looking anthropomorphic animals. Most of the “Bean Scouts” at Camp Kidney were willing to follow orders and toe the line, which was just the way that Scoutmaster Lumpus, a egocentric, control-freak moose, preferred to have things. Unfortunately for Lumpus, he had to contend with the rule-bending shenanigans that went on in the camp's “Jelly Cabin”. Ringleader for the troublemakers was Bean Scout Lazlo, a mischievous monkey; his best friends and co-conspirators were Raj, an adolescent elephant, and Clam, a pygmy rhino. To counteract the hijinks of Lazlo and his buddies, Lumpus kept a …
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