Before Dan Harmon co-made “Rick and Morty” with Justin Roiland, he worked on the satire series “Community,” which eventually ran for six seasons before it was dropped for good. In one episode, the pop culture-obsessed Abed, played by Danny Pudi, in a meta-joke ordinary of the series, got interested in the restoration of a superhero show, announcing that it should keep going for “six seasons and a film.” The “Community” fandom embraced that line as something of a statement of purpose, wanting precisely the same for the show in which the line started. It did, obviously, wind up going on for six seasons, and a film still stays a chance. “Six seasons and a film” doesn’t exactly hold equal importance to “Rick and Morty,” given that network Adult Swim renewed the series for more than 70 episodes back in 2018, bringing the show’s ensured absolute to 100 (or more, later on, assuming Adult Swim gets it again).
Since not even 50% of that episode request has been satisfied, so the destiny of “Rick and Morty” gives off an impression of being ok for years to come. “In any case, given the Harmon association among “Community” and “Rick and Morty,” both fans (through Reddit) and, contingent upon the reader’s translation of an Instagram post, Dan Harmon himself have wanted “Rick and Morty” to arrive at the actual achievement of which “Community” is one movie short. Thus, “Rick and Morty” Season 5 is presently unavoidable, and its 2018 episode request incorporates more episodes yet.
Hence, a Season 6 is almost certain. Concerning a movie, series maker Scott Marder as of late, talked about the chance of one in a “Rick and Morty” board conversation joined in and covered by GamesRadar+.
A Rick and Morty movie is possible:
At the point when asked about some information on the chance of a “Rick and Morty” film, producer Scott Marder reacted, “I do think it’ll occur, I do. It’d be overwhelming. I won’t be stunned if there’s one that needs to be addressed sometime in the future.” Given that Marder talked about a “Rick and Morty” film as something he “wouldn’t be stunned” to find underway, apparently, a “Rick and Morty” film isn’t yet a slam dunk. It’s conceivable, then, at a point, that a surprising decrease in viewership upon the series’ return, for instance, could influence the probability of a film down the line.
All things considered, it is by all accounts something on the minds of the creatives behind “Rick and Morty,” at any rate, or maybe, in any event, something made plans for an undefined time later on. In a similar board conversation, Summer Smith voice actor Spencer Grammer likewise remarked on the difficulties engaged with the possibility of a “Rick and Morty” film. “It’s going to resemble a 3D intuitive film that likewise has like an amusement park. … I couldn’t say whether you can simply do a straight film. It wouldn’t be adequate,” Grammer said. “There’s simply such a great amount in every scene that’s standard also and keeps on expanding on itself over the numerous seasons.” While parts of her remark may have been jokingly, Grammer addresses the desire for a legitimate “Rick and Morty” film. Animation is an arduous medium. Coordinated with the thick composition of “Rick and Morty,” a film will no doubt be a critical endeavor.
In light of Marder and Grammer’s remarks, in any case, a “Rick and Morty” film appears to stay a genuine chance — regardless of whether the outcome winds up being a classic movie or does without a doubt incorporate a subject park somehow.