Is the 3rd Animated Film by Nickelodeon Movies to be a pilot to a TV Show coming to Nickelodeon, in this case being Wonder Park (2019-present). The other 2 had been Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (2001), which preceded The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius (2002-2006), and Barnyard (2006), which preceded Back at the Barnyard (2007-2011), respectively.
The amusement park in this movie is called "Wonderland". There is an amusement park in Ontario, Canada that is commonly known as Wonderland, although its full name is "Canada's Wonderland". It was previously owned by Paramount, one of the production companies for this film.
Both Matthew Broderick and John Oliver have been in an iteration of The Lion King. Broderick was in the Original 1994 Tradditionally Animated Film as Simba, whilst Oliver was in the 2019 Live Action Reboot as Zazu.
Nickelodeon Movies' first film based off a Nicktoons show to be mainly be entirely celebrity focused with it's cast, with the only Experienced Voice Actor in the cast being Kath Soucie. Unlike the previous theatrical pilots to Nicktoons shows where the cast mostly consisted of experienced voice actors (Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (2001) only had 2 celebrity voice talents, and Barnyard (2006) only had a quarter of the cast as celebrity voice talents).
Is the first Nickelodeon Movies film that's a theatrical pilot to a Nicktoons show to not star Experienced Voice Actors Rob Paulsen and Jeff Garcia, as well as the first one to not star any voice actors who'd been in The Prince of Egypt (1998).
Originally titled "Amusement Park" and directed by Dylan Brown, but Brown was removed from the project following his accusation of Sexual Misconduct in January 2018 and got replaced by David Feiss, Clare Kilner and Robert Iscove as co-directors who renamed the film "Wonder Park".
Nickelodeon Movies' first fully CGI film that's a theatrical pilot to a show coming to Nickelodeon not to use the Computer Animation format style used in Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (2001) and Barnyard (2006), since the Animation had been done by Ilion Animation Studios instead of O Entertainment.