Nowadays, it seems like all of our favorite old movies and TV shows are getting remade for the modern day, but the new “Rescue Rangers” movie hopes to be a little different. In the Twitter announcement posted by Disney+, Andy Samberg ensured fans, “Our film isn’t a reboot, it’s a comeback.” Samberg then said to trust the miniature script they were given, which is revealed in an official poster released at the same time. The notebook on the poster reads, “A comeback 30 years in the making,” and perfectly fits in the hands — or paws — of the film’s furry main characters. It also reveals that the movie is expected to land on Disney+ in spring 2022.
According to IMDb, Akiva Schaffer, who is a member of Samberg’s musical comedy group “The Lonely Island,” is set to direct the film. It also looks like Chip and Dale are perfectly paired with the comedic personalities of Samberg and John Mulaney to voice them. Samberg will be voicing Dale, the more easygoing of the detective duo with a great sense of humor, while Mulaney is voicing Chip, the logical, focused leader. Fans can see exactly what Samberg and Mulaney will be bringing to the classic chipmunks in the new film streaming next year.