>>92332445>>92332533>>92332593>"Since the original Captain Underpants was published in 1997, Pilkey has written more than a dozen books about the captain’s adventures, so when it came time to adapt that story for the big screen, the filmmakers had plenty of nemeses to choose from. They settled on the nefarious Professor Poopypants, voiced by Nick Kroll. “I mean, with a name like that, he’s kind of irresistible,” Soren says.
Soren adds that because the books are known for their irreverent, genre-bending style, the film plays with form in a similar way, switching between traditional CG animation and other media, from hand-drawn 2D comic scenes to sock puppet sequences. (Pilkey’s “Flip-o-Ramas” from the novels even play a role.)"
So Poopypants is the main villain, and from the trailers is seems like Turbo Toilet 2000 is more of an invention powered by Melvin and Poopypants rather than a full on villain