On Tuesday night, the new animated series, “We Can Not Wait,” was on the air.
Its official title is “We Cannot Wait,” and it was a new way to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the film.
“We Can” is the brainchild of writer/director J.J. Abrams, who directed the movie’s animated film, “The Lego Movie.”
The movie’s story follows a group of young children who become superheroes in an attempt to stop a threat they perceive as a threat to humanity.
The film has been in theaters since November 2015.
The trailer for the show featured an animated version of the trailer for “We Are the Champions,” the film that inspired the new series.
Abrams said that the goal of the new show was to honor the original movie’s “we can’t” attitude and to show that “this is not a time for celebration, but a time to confront and overcome.”
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the show will be set in a post-apocalyptic world in which the human race is threatened by a mysterious virus that has wiped out the majority of the planet.
It will also follow the adventures of the “We Do” team of young heroes, who are tasked with stopping a virus that’s spreading across the globe and taking down the alien threat.
On social media, fans were excited about the show’s trailer, which featured a picture of a superhero dressed as a child, wearing a cape.
We do love you #WeCanNotWait!
I love you!
I think this is the coolest thing that’s ever happened to us.
Some fans, however, questioned the premise of the show, which was shot entirely in 3D.
A tweet from one user wrote: “I want to be the first to say that I can’t watch this.
I can only watch the trailer, not the show.”
A fan, named Sarah, tweeted: “This is the worst thing I’ve ever seen on the internet.
It’s like an actual, real child’s movie.
Not only that, but it’s an actual movie shot entirely from a 3D perspective.
And we love kids.”
Another Twitter user, named Mandy, commented: “We can only wait, #WeDo.
I don’t know what else to say.”
In the first trailer, “They Do” meets “The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen” (a nod to the movie “The Green Hornet”), which was released on May 4, 1987.
In 1987, the film’s protagonist, Mr. Incredible, was forced to wear a costume and fight in a circus in order to help save humanity.
Although “They Did” has had a number of sequels, including “The Incredible Hulk” and “The Avengers: Age of Ultron,” it has yet to find a place in the popular culture.