The Kardashians Are Here to Be Your New Favorite Cartoon Family
Sometimes, the Kardashian family’s antics seem so crazy, it’s hard to believe that they’re actually real. Between Kim Kardashian West and Kendall Jenner’s recent robberies, Kourtney and Scott Disick’s on-again, off-again relationship, and all the Rob and Blac Chyna dramz, it’s almost like watching, oh, say, a cartoon.
If the family’s matriarch, Kris Jenner, has her way, that’s exactly what they’ll soon become. According to a new report from TMZ, the mother of six has already had a meeting with Harvey Weinstein’s company (the same one Malia Obama is interning for), to pitch the family as an adult animated series akin to Family Guy or The Simpsons (read: not for kids).
Mama Kardashian wants to see the whole brood in drawing form — make that all except for one. The outlet is reporting that one member of the Kardashian’s extended family in particular would NOT be making a cartoon appearance: Miss Caitlyn Jenner. Ouch!
Kim Kardashian está haciendo MILLONES de dólares provenientes de su juego/App pic.twitter.com/cCMEihJqch
— Noticias Billonarias (@MillonariosFFFF) March 12, 2017
We already knew we’d be seeing some changes to the family’s world in 2017, so we can’t say we’re totally surprised to hear this new spin on their empire: After all, between their collective apps, most of the girls have already been introduced as animated characters at some point in time, anyway: Baby Dream’s impending arrival was even announced to the world via emoji form!
They certainly wouldn’t be the first family to get the pen-and-pencil treatment, either. As New York Daily News points out, The Jackson 5 and The Osmonds also had their very own cartoons.
We’d give it a shot!
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(h/t Bustle, photos via Jamie McCarthy + Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty)
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