By creating an account, you verify that you are at least 13 years of age, and have read and agree to the Comicbook. There are only a select few ingredients that you need to re-create the Kim Possible experience in live-action. You need a talented actress to embody Kim Possible ; some strong supporting players to fill in the iconic roles of "Team Possible"; and of course, the series signature Naked Mole Rat Rufus, who is owned by Kim's sidekick Ron Stoppable. Well, Disney Channel 's first Kim Possible live-action movie trailer managed to get two of those three ingredients right; however, longtime fans are nonetheless revolting over the fact that this first trailer had one major omission: Rufus was nowhere to be seen! Why aren't there any naked mole rats in this KimPossible trailer? This fan wants to know where the Naked Mole Rate footage that belongs in this trailer has gotten to.
'Kim Possible' Fans in Uproar Over No Naked Mole Rat in Live-Action Trailer
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Rufus is a naked mole-rat, the pet friend, and soul brother of Ron Stoppable. He lives almost full-time in Ron's pocket, and accompanies him nearly everywhere. Rufus is exceptionally intelligent for an animal, but average by human standards, and is capable of limited speech. Rufus was a small, pink naked mole-rat. He has black eyes.
Disney's 'Kim Possible' Movie: Get to Know Rufus, the Naked Mole Rat (PHOTO)
Cartwright has famously voiced the iconic Bart Simpson for nearly 30 years and voiced Rufus for the animated Kim Possible series. Photo courtesy of Disney Channel. All rights reserved.
Luckily, a newly-released featurette not only confirms that Rufus will be a part of the film via CGI, of course , but he'll be voiced by Nancy Cartwright, the actor who voiced the character in the original cartoon that ran from Cartwright is perhaps most well known for playing Bart Simpson on The Simpsons over the last 30 years. Much like his owner, he has a deep love for nachos. He brings the little hint of comedy," Cartwright says in the video reveal.