When it comes to making a movie, you need confirmation, a producer, Alongside with a Director, Cast, Crew (Prodution Designer, Cinematagropher, Editor, Costume Designer) and Screenwriters to make the project. Luckly Here's something you all remember: Gaia, the spirit of the Earth, is awakened from a long sleep by human activity threatening ecosystems, taking place across the globe. Realizing that the damage is extensive, Gaia sends five magic rings, each with the power to control an element of nature and one controlling an extra element, heart, to five chosen youths across the globe: Kwame from Africa, Wheeler from North America, Linka from Soviet Union (changed to Eastern Europe after the Soviet Union's collapse), Gi from Asia and Ma-Ti from South America. These five are dubbed the Planeteers and given the task of defending the Earth in the case of the greatest of disasters and making effort to keep others from happening. Gaia uses her "Planet Vision" to discover where the most devastating destruction is occurring and sends the Planeteers to help solve the problem. The Planeteers use transportation (usually a flying machine called a Geo-Cruiser) based on solar power to avoid causing pollution themselves. In situations that the Planeteers cannot resolve alone, they can combine their powers to summon Captain Planet, a magical entity who possesses all of their powers magnified, symbolizing the premise that the combined efforts of a team are stronger than its individual parts. Captain Planet only appears in his Captain Planet garb. These are not clothes but elements of the Earth that are integral to his composition. He is able to rearrange his molecular structure to transform himself into the various powers and elements of nature. Captain Planet's outfit does not represent a specific culture. He has a grass-green proto-mullet, sky-blue skin, earthy brown eyes, a fire-red chest, gloves, and boots, and a sun-yellow globe insignia. In a manner similar to the mid '50s-1986 incarnation of Superman, Planet has seemingly godlike superhuman powers, and seems to gain more proportionate to whatever the situation requires. Nevertheless, he is weakened by pollutants which sap his strength, from smog to nuclear radiation, in much the same manner that Superman is weakened by Kryptonite. Captain Planet's personality is also similar to that of the Silver Age version of Superman; Always remaining friendly and upbeat in the darkest of situations. Aswell as a dislike of killing even the cruelest bad guys and a strict sense of justice (such as when Captain Planet allowed himself to be jailed for a crime he didn't commit). The Planeteers cannot use their individual powers while Captain Planet has been summoned. Despite his vulnerability to pollution, Captain Planet is a formidable and valiant hero. Once his work is done, Captain Planet returns to the Earth, restoring the Planeteers' powers. When he does this, Captain Planet reminds viewers of the message of the series with his catchphrase, "The power is yours!" That's right fellas Captain Planet will have his own Film. About a month ago, it was announced that the Cartoon Network and producers Don Murphy and Susan Montford are developing a live-action film based on the series. Producers say that the property's entertainment value will dovetail with a larger timeliness. “With the earthquakes, tornadoes, melting icebergs and all the other problems threatening the world right now, Earth really needs her greatest defender,” said Montford. No cast or filmmakers have been brought on board yet. Developed by Ted Turner in 1990 and airing on TBS, the hand-animated "Captain Planet" ran for three seasons, with a sequel series running for an additional three seasons. It can still be caught in syndication. Whoopi Goldberg, Meg Ryan and Martin Sheen voiced characters, who sported names such as Sly Sludge and Hoggish Greedly. Cartoon Network is trying its hand at turning properties into films in the manner of rivals such as Nickelodeon. Cartoon Network recently announced that "The Matrix" producer Joel Silver would develop a film based on "Ben 10," its series about a boy who can turn into an alien. Television cartoons don't always make for the most groundbreaking movies, but they do tend to rake it in at the box office, as those who worked on the "Transformers" and "Alvin and the Chipmunks" movies can attest. It of course remains to be seen, however, whether audiences will pay for glossy entertainment packaged around a social message. Do you guys think it will win a Oscar, or just a made for TV Movie?