Warner Bros. New Line Cinema has announced that it has acquired the rights to the film Hello Kitty at the Japanese Corporation Sanrio.
The company said that, despite the enormous popularity of the cult of the cat, it was never filmed, reports bykvu.com.This will be the first film about the iconic Japanese character for 45 years of its existence.
Sanrio has also provided the right to Bunny My Melody, Little Twin Stars characters and “lazy yolk” Gudetama.
It is noted that the fact that Kitty does not speak or change facial expressions, not bother company. At Warner Bros. was a success with the adaptation to toys, including “the Lego Movie”.
As reported by Variety magazine, producer of the future will Bo Flynn. Still unknown, the film will be animated or with live actors.