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While on the plane, Arnold's pet pig Abner stows away in his backpack. When everyone arrives in San Lorenzo, they are greeted by Arnold's parents' old friend, Eduardo. Aboard a ship, Eduardo privately warns Arnold of the jungle's dangers and gives him an amulet said to lead them to the "Green-Eyed People", the residents of San Lorenzo's lost city. Later that night, Helga tries to confess her feelings to Arnold, but the boat is attacked by pirates. After learning the secret that Arnold kept from them, Gerald, Helga and the others shun him.




Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie



In 1998, when Nickelodeon renewed Hey Arnold! for a fourth season, they offered series creator Craig Bartlett a chance to develop two feature-length films based on the series: one as a TV movie or direct-to-video, called Arnold Saves the Neighborhood, and another slated for a theatrical release. Nickelodeon asked Bartlett to do "the biggest idea he could think of" for the theatrical film. After looking at the series, Bartlett decided to make the theatrical feature as a spiritual sequel/follow-up to the Season 5 episode "Parents Day", and have Arnold try to solve the question of what happened to Miles and Stella, his parents. This became known as Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie. In 2001, executives at Nickelodeon and Paramount Pictures decided to give the made-for-TV movie Arnold Saves the Neighborhood a theatrical release instead in 2002, under the title of Hey Arnold!: The Movie to attract the attention of the public, after successful test screenings. Around this time, Nickelodeon also asked Bartlett to produce a special one-hour "prequel" episode called "The Journal" that would serve as a lead-in to the second film. The episode aired on Nickelodeon on November 11, 2002.[7]


In the years following the film's cancellation, Bartlett confirmed many plot points of the film, such as the revelation of Arnold's name during the opening sequence and that Arnold still had the map of the jungle of San Lorenzo that he found in "The Journal". He also revealed that Lasombra was searching for La Corazón, a fabulous jewel and sacred relic of the Green-Eyed people, the tribe that Miles and Stella helped in the past. Helga's and Arnold's relationship would also take a next step, after Helga kissed Arnold in the climax of the Hey Arnold!: The Movie. Bartlett mentioned in an interview that The Jungle Movie was the first thing he pitched when he came back to Nickelodeon.[16]


The film premiered on YTV in Canada on January 5, 2018,[29] and had a limited 3-day theatrical premiere in Australia during February 2018 exclusively to certain Hoyts cinemas locations,[30] before airing on Nickelodeon Australia on March 2, 2018, and probably coming soon for movie premiere on 9Go!.[citation needed]


As previously covered by AP, the new Hey Arnold! movie has been in the works for some time. E! News reports some interesting clues from Hey Arnold! creator Craig Bartlett that shed light on the upcoming movie's details. Namely, the plot takes place only a few years after the events from the original series' run.


"For our characters, it's going to play like it's only been one or two years even though it's really been 15 or 20," Bartlett says of The Jungle Movie, calling it, "the movie I always wanted to make."


It looks like the film will also pick up the pieces from the 2004 series finale, following the mystery of what happened to the parents of lead character Arnold, who will be a sixth grader in the new Hey Arnold! movie.


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Nickelodeon has announced that nineteen of the original voice actors from their animated series Hey Arnold! are set to return to their roles in the upcoming television movie HEY ARNOLD!: THE JUNGLE MOVIE.


Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie is an animated feature film based on the Nickelodeon animated series Hey Arnold! that was to be released in 2002. Nickelodeon intended to release this film as the theatrical Hey Arnold! movie but decided to release Arnold Saves The Neighborhood instead.[1] Nickelodeon was still interested in making the movie after the unsuccessful release of Arnold Saves The Neighborhood (now retitled as Hey Arnold!: The Movie), but cancelled the project in 2004 after Craig Bartlet left Nickelodeon.


However, between November 23rd, 2015 and March 1st, 2016, it was announced that Nickelodeon would, indeed, be making the film as a TV movie with a 2017 release,[2] even having Bartlet back as a writer as well as producer for the film.[3]


When his class wins a trip to San Lorenzo, a young man get more than he bargained for when pirates kidnap him and his friends. Will the young man finally meet with his long-lost parents in the jungle?


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Some time later, Eduardo asks them to return to San Lorenzo because the Green Eyed People have been struck by what Stella identifies as a sleeping sickness. The pair create a cure and drop it off at another shrine. Then, when Stella is about to give birth, Eduardo and Miles are cut off from the town by an erupting volcano. But, when they stumble on one of the Green Eyed People's temple, they find a bed has already been prepared for her there. Even crazier, the eruption stops the moment she gives birth to Arnold, causing Stella and Miles to identify him as a "miracle baby." Sadly, as Arnold grows, the dangers of the jungle make Stella and Miles realize San Lorenzo is no place to raise their child, so they return to Hillwood and move in with Miles' parents. 041b061a72


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