Kim Possible: The Ultimate Cat-Astrophe! is a 2012 American Live-Action Film Based on the 2002 Disney Channel Animated Series Kim Possible. It stars Bella Thorne, Ross Lynch, Hank Azaria, Elizabeth Gillies, etc. The Film Takes Place 3 Years After The Series Finale.
The Film Begins with Monkey Fist Stealing the Legendary Kruger Kat Idol (Similar to the Time Monkey from A Sitch in Time) from the Museum, then Kim, Ron, and Rufus Barge in and Fight Monkey Fist, Except He Gets Away and Takes the Kruger Kat to Drakken, Kim and Ron Ask Themselves Why Drakken Needed the Kruger Kat, They Walk Out, and the Opening Credits Begin. After the Credits, They are at Bueno Nacho Still Questioning Themselves About the Kruger Kat, then Monique Joins Them, Kim Tells Her, and The Film Goes to Drakken's Lair Where He and Shego Are Awaiting Monkey Fist's Return. Then Later, Monkey Fist Returns and They All Share an Evil Laugh. The Next Day, Kim and the Tweebs Are Eating Breakfast When Wade Calls Saying That Drakken and Shego Are Preparing To Control All The Cats in Middleton, then Kim Rushes Off And The Tweebs Eat Her Breakfast. Later, Drakken, Shego, and Monkey Fist Wait For Midnight to Strike, Then, Kim and Ron Barge in But Are Too Late As Drakken Holds Up the Idol To the Moon And All of the Cats Go To Drakken's Lair With Glowing Red Eyes. Then, Shego Wipes Kim and Ron Out and When They Wake Up, They're Tied To Chairs and Have Tuna Fish On Their Heads. The Cats Go Towards Them, But Kim Takes Her Pocket Knife Out and Cuts Herself and Ron Free and They Fight The Cats, Get The Kruger Kat Out of The Moonlight, and The Cats Are No Longer in Control and Flee. Later, After Drakken, Shego, and Monkey Fist Are Arrested, They are Back At Bueno Nacho, Where Ron Proposes to Kim, She Excepts, and the End Credits Role. After the Credits, Drakken, Shego, and Monkey Fist Share Their Misery At Kim and Ron's Wedding 2 Months Later.
Bella Thorne as Kim Possible
Ross Lynch as Ron Stoppable
Doc Shaw as Wade
Hank Azaria as Dr. Drakken
Elizabeth Gillies as Shego
Ryan Kelly as Monkey Fist
Brenda Song as Monique
Nancy Cartwright as Rufus (voice)
For Filming, Rufus Was Only A Clay Model, But After, Computer Animators Added Him Into The Film With CGI (Computer-Generated Imagery).
Bueno Nacho Has a Different Look Than In the Series Because It Burned Down and It Took 2 Months to Re-Construct.
The Film Went To Theaters on November 15, 2012. It scored $293,583,846 in the Box Office. It Was Released on DVD and Blu-ray on December 29, 2012.