Important News: They Are Making A Lisa Frank Movie

Hollywood will find a way to turn just about anything into a movie. This time, it's with the Lisa Frank stationary. If you were around in the 90s, Lisa Frank probably needs no more explanation, but if you want a refresher it was the collections of rainbow colored paper, folders and stickers that were EVERYWHERE.

Everything is almost blindingly colorful and glittery, with unicorns, puppies and kittens scattered around for good measure. This neon colored stationary set is now getting the Hollywood treatment with its own movie.

So far all we know is that it will be done in a similar style to one of the all-time classic movies Space Jam, where it is a mix of live-action and animation.

The illustrator Lisa Frank is teaming up with producer Jon Shestack who was a producer for movies like Dan in Real Life and Ghosts of Girlfriends Past. Not exactly 90s nostalgia material, but hopefully it will be fine.

Lisa Frank said that this has been something on her bucket list for a while.

"We have so much backstory on our characters and they have been alive in my imagination since the beginning." - Lisa Frank

Let's hope they do a great job and make an adorably colorful movie that will introduce Lisa Frank to a whole new generation of kids!

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