This picture of mine has been reblogged over 1000 times, and I am grateful for the appreciation. But I hope your appreciation goes a bit deeper than just enjoying pretty pictures. The rainforest faces horrific threats, an area the size of a football field is cut down every day. It needs help, but it needs help from the people who live in it. Please take a look at this fundraising campaign from an amazing charity called the Crees Foundation. They support the sustainable development of the Amazon, and that, ultimately, is what will save it.
Shout to my friend and magnificent engineer AnntasticLV for donating a once in a lifetime opportunity to record at Jungle City Studios (one of my favorite places on earth!) with Stu White to benefit VH1 Save The Music Foundation
To our friends at Save TJM, congratulations! Your persistence, your dedication, for the past 14 years has finally payed off! You have our full support and you are an inspiration to all of us here at Save 90s Nickelodeon! This will be an amazing two part movie!
Hey Arnold The Jungle Movie clip REAL legit!!!!! Please reblog this!!!!!! Help this video go viral!!!! We need to show nickelodeon that we want this movie. #Savethejunglemovie
description in the video( It was leaked 2 years ago however, it was just now found on vimeo)
Details: [Originally, The Jungle Movie was supposed to be released as the theatrical feature of the series. Drafts of the movie were written and developed between 1998-2001, and it’s rumored the script was in its 6th or 7th draft. A number of storyboards were also drafted by then co-director Raymie Muzquiz.
A special one-hour episode called “The Journal” was also made to link the series to the movie.
However, Nickelodeon executives decided that the made-for-TV movie, Arnold Saves the Neighborhood, should be given the release instead in 2002. Hey Arnold!: The Movie turned out unsuccessful at the worldwide box office but they still wanted the movie completed. Craig Bartlett, however, was working on another show for Nickelodeon’s rival, Cartoon Network and one of the conditions for making the movie was to work for Nick exclusively. After Craig refused, the movie was cancelled. The TV Series was also cancelled shortly after the first airing of the Journal, during its 5th Season.
Nickelodeon and Paramount currently own the rights to the film and the story, but currently, there are no plans to put it into production.
Craig Bartlett still does not want to reveal the plot line completely, but much of it has leaked through his chats.
There is a slim chance the story may be released as a book or a graphic novel sometime in the future. In an interview with Justin Shenkarow, the voice of Harold in the series, it was hinted that discussions between Nick and Bartlett had been going on about possibly green-lighting the second movie. Bartlett later confirmed that he was indeed going into meetings with Nickelodeon execs in a 2012 interview with The Arun Mehta Show.
It was, for a time, rumoured that the movie would be released if enough interest in it was found among fans. Since then, Craig has announced that he is now officially working on a new show for Nickelodeon called “Sky Rat” and he wants to work on this new show beforehand. He still wants to produce TJM, granted his revived good terms with Nickelodeon go well. Currently though, the films status has not changed. Cyma Zarghami, the president of Nick, has told Craig she has been receiving numerous letters and fan mail about Hey Arnold!]
Plot: [Arnold’s name is revealed in the opening scene. A man comes to the door of the boarding house with a package for him and he signs his full name.
The whole class, who are now in the fifth grade, go to San Lorenzo in Central America after Arnold wins them an essay contest. However, he has his own secret agenda to go look for his parents with the map that he found in the episode “The Journal”.
Arnold meets the mysterious Green Eyed people, the people his parents were helping. When he was born, he silenced all of nature (the erupting volcano), which prompted the Green Eyes to believe that he is divine. The Green Eyes have designed a motif that is shaped like a football head in all their architecture. They are also impressed with Helga’s ferocity. This makes the Green Eyes semi-worship Arnold and Helga. The Green Eyes also think very highly of Miles and Stella, because they’ve all saved each other’s lives before, many times.
La Sombra, a villain who was briefly seen in the episode “The Journal” is a big character of the movie, he is Miles and Stella’s enemy. He is a mercenary treasure hunter and river pirate, who goes in disguise. La Sombra is after La Corazón, a fabulous jewel and a sacred relic of the Green Eyes, which can’t be seen in the light of day.
In 2004, Craig Bartlett stated that if Arnold finds his parents he is going to stay with them, but in 2007 he said that they never decided whether Arnold had to stay in San Lorenzo.
Arnold finally takes the next step in his relationship with Helga. While in the first movie she confesses her love for him, but he dodges out of telling how he feels in return. In The Jungle Movie, he completes the conversation. She acts like she still hates him again, but after they “get together” they realize that they are meant for each other. In the end of the movie they share a short kiss (during a scene when they are in a hurry), but Gerald interrupts them. When they make a really lame excuse he says “Whatever you say”. By that point, most of the characters in the movie would probably already notice what’s going on between Arnold and Helga, and would start teasing them about it.
I am 90% sure that this whole thing about the girls getting dropped from their label is true.
HOWEVER, if that is the case, then it baffles me why. RCA cannot sit there and base it on “poor record sales” when we all know that is not the case. Plus, even if it was, they’re a new debuting band. There are tons of groups who have not been as successful as they have been after one album and still continue to release and make more music on the same record label.
It sickens me how girl groups are treated nowadays. Don’t even deny it, if Neon Jungle were a boy band then I’m nearly positive they would not have been dropped in their position.
born singer au in which: piano instructor min yoongi hears jungkook a number of times before he even knows his name.
first on the radio, second on a television show through his apartment walls, and third from someone’s too-loud headphones on the subway(of all places.) this happens in the span of a few days, and he does NOT expect that voice to haunt him in every waking moment. but it does. great. so. cue yoongi spending an inordinate amount of time trying to figure out who the artist is, but whenever he tries to describe this voice to other people, he MAYBE gets a little too passionate about how beautiful and unlike-any-other-voice-he’s-ever-heard it is……so the people he asks only reply with monumentally unhelpful things such as: are you in love~~~~? no hoseok, no he’s not. absolutely not. stop making that face at him. oh my god min yoongi didn’t sign up for this. fun optional background: yoongi used to write music. after hearing jungkook’s voice, he starts writing again.
as fate would have it, yoongi doesn’t find jungkook but jungkook finds yoongi: seated quietly at an all white piano, fingers glancing off of the keys like a dance, playing a song just for him.