- Variety reports that WWE Studios and Film Roman, which has produced The Simpsons and King Of The Hill, will co-finance and co-produce an upcoming new animated web series entitled Camp WWE. Up to 13 three-minute episodes will be produced, which will be available online. The series will be adult-themed and will look at WWE stars in their younger years being sent to Camp WWE by their parents to be turned into model citizens by the camp's terrifying counselor, Vince McMahon.
"Film Roman has been involved with some of the most well-known and humorous animated series," said Michael Luisi, President WWE Studios. "They are the perfect partners for WWE Studios to capture our superstars in a truly unique and fun way."
"It is one of my secret ambitions now to do a movie with Dwayne Johnson," said Radcliffe. "Wouldn't that be amazing?"
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