‘Kitten’ star on ‘Kiss Me, I’m Kissing You’ coming to Netflix as ‘Kindergarten Cop’ and ‘Kitties’
New York City rapper K.G.E. has announced a collaboration with Pixar to produce an animated comedy about the friendship between two kittens, titled Kindergarten COP.
In the film, which is slated for release in 2018, the characters will play the roles of cop and kitten.
“This is a project that we’ve been working on for a while,” said K. G.E.’s K. Scott Kitter, who will serve as executive producer and co-director.
“I love making comedies.
I love writing comedy, so this is really cool to be able to collaborate with them and make a movie about cats.”
The project will be produced by K.g.E., whose Kitten Academy and Kitten Cops series premiered on Netflix in 2016 and 2017, respectively.
“We’re all super excited to work with Pixar,” K.C. Kitter added.
“The idea of a Kitten cop comedy is so fun and really fresh.
We just love the concept and how cute and cute the kittens are.”
In the films, the two kittens will act as the heroes and help police officers in their investigations.
The cats also get their own mini-comedy, Kindergarden COP.
“Kitten Cogs,” a three-minute animation, is set to debut on Pixar’s Vevo platform on July 24.
The film is a collaborative effort between K. K. King and K. C. Katterman, who co-created the characters in their respective K. Kitties series.
The pair will also be executive producing the film.
Kagera King is an award-winning rapper from Houston, Texas.
The K-K Kitties characters, named K.s. by Kattermans K.K. and Kattermen K.A., are the titular cats of the KittenCops series, which premiered on PBS in 2016.
Karterman also is a frequent collaborator with Pixar, which produced “Kittys” and the critically acclaimed “Kitty Stories.”
Kattermins K.S.I. is a furry, kitty-shaped creature that helps police officers solve crimes.
The characters are voiced by Michael Ian Black, who has also done voices for other characters including Kattercat and Tuff Cat.
The duo are producing “KindergrammarCop” and are working with Kattermates K.F.A.T., a K-S. I. production company.
KK and KF.
B.F., who also co-founded K. S.I., are also working on “Kirby,” a film based on the characters.
“Pixar is so incredibly lucky to have these amazing collaborators in our corner and I can’t wait to see them bring this to life,” said King.
“It’s really cool and I’m super excited about the collaboration and what it will mean to all of us at K.
Kittys team,” said P.”
It really feels like we’ve had an amazing relationship with K.P. Entertainment, K.J. Entertainment and the K.k.
Kittys team,” said P.
K King, K-C.K.’s father.
“They’ve been great partners in our K. Kitty story and it’s such a wonderful project to be a part of.”