Leonardo DiCaprio to produce new Captain Planet movie

A man dressed as the superhero Captain Planet stands outside a conference room used by the Climate Change Conference in Lima, Peru, Thursday, Dec. 4, 2014. A recent study by a top Brazilian climate scientist, Antonio Nobre, draws together data from multiple researchers to show that the Amazon, due to decades of deforestation, may be closer to a tipping point than the government has acknowledged and that the changes could be a threat to climates around the globe. (AP Photo/Martin Mejia)
A man dressed as the superhero Captain Planet stands outside a conference room used by the Climate Change Conference in Lima, Peru, Thursday, Dec. 4, 2014. A recent study by a top Brazilian climate scientist, Antonio Nobre, draws together data from multiple researchers to show that the Amazon, due to decades of deforestation, may be closer to a tipping point than the government has acknowledged and that the changes could be a threat to climates around the globe. (AP Photo/Martin Mejia)

HOLLYWOOD, CA (WCMH) — The 90s reboot is almost complete!

On the heels of the “Power Rangers” and “Legends of The Hidden Temple” remakes, The Hollywood Reporter is reporting another 90s icon is making a comeback – Captain Planet.

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Per THR, Paramount and the production company of noted environmentalist Leonardo DiCaprio are working together on a project, with Paramount working to secure the rights to the cartoon series.

The cartoon series “Captain Planet and the Planeteers,” which aired from 1990-96, centered on five teenagers from across the world with powerful rings that could control natural elements – Earth, fire, wind, water and heart! And when those powers combine, Captain Planet is summoned to help protect the Earth from eco-villains like polluters, poachers or those breaking environmental laws.

The movie will reportedly take place years after the cartoon series, describing Captain Planet as a “washed-up has-been who needs the kids more than they need him.”

The project reportedly was in development at Sony but was shelved and the rights have since lapsed.