Old Disney Cartoons in a New Version

For some, the original will always be the best, while for others, it will be outdated and in need of a makeover. Disney has taken some of their best-loved films and given them an update. Cartoons are coming to life as actors play the roles and not just voice the characters. In the same way, you will enjoy jammin jars, you will enjoy the new version of the Disney cartoon. It seems that every month there is an announcement of another Disney cartoon that is getting a makeover. Stars seem to be lining up for a role even though there is not a release date for a lot of them. Whenever they open, they are bound to be well received by the fans who have been starved of new films for a year. Peter Pan Although there is not a lot known about the film, most of the main parts have…

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‘Star Wars’ Series From ‘Russian Doll’ Co-Creator Leslye Headland in the Works at Disney Plus

In an exclusive interview with Variety, we found out that Disney had something new in the works – a new Star Wars series for Disney Plus from the co-creator of “Russian Doll”, Leslye Headland. I, for one, was a HUGE fan of Russian Doll (Hello? Where’s our Season 2?) and I think this could be a good matchup for the new Star Wars series that is said to be female-centric. The details of the show are being kept secret (of course) but it’s said to take place in a different part of the Star Wars timeline from other projects. If anyone can do a female-centric piece well with strong, likable, relatable female characters, it will be Headland. In addition to her work on “Russian Doll”, she also has writing and directing credits in “Seven Deadly Plays”, “About Last Night”, “Sleeping with Other People”, and “Black Monday” to name a few….

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Ahsoka Standalone ‘Star Wars’ Series Coming to Disney+

Fans of Ahsoka are going to be very excited about this one. I know I am! There have been a lot of delays and cancelations happening in the entertainment sector these days, due to a global pandemic. But there’s one thing we can all look forward to. Great news coming out of a somewhat bleak month, Disney announced they had cast Rosario Dawson to play a live-action version of Ahsoka Tano, previously only a Clone Wars and Rebels animated character, to guest star in the upcoming second season of The Mandalorian. And since then, we’ve heard rumors that this is really a backdoor pilot for a standalone Ahsoka series that will star Dawson, to run on Disney+. This would be a great way to introduce the character with a tie-in and create hype before releasing her own series later. And we’re all about that! She’s an amazing start with over 112 acting credits to her name, including…

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How Much Will It Cost To Stay At Disney’s Star Wars Hotel?

How Much Will It Cost To Stay At Disney's Star Wars Hotel?

I have good news for all Star Wars fans. Disney Studios is giving you a chance to board the Star Wars spaceships for two nights. Galaxy’s Edge is the new spaceship in town which is causing a lot of buzz. The spacecraft was opened in May although more details have been kept under wraps.  So, stop doing what you’re now. You can play games online with deutsche-slots-online.de later; let’s take a visit to the Star Wars world first. Halycon: The Star Wars-themed Hotel There are two parks which will feature the Star Wars-themed hotel; one being Florida which has already opened. The Halycon is unlike your typical hotel stay since it will feature all the packages and meals of a Disney voyage.  What will it be like at the Halycon? Once you get to the Halycon, you will enter a launch pod which will take you to your ship. The…

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Should EA Lose their Star Wars License?

Should EA Lose their Star Wars License

Here’s a question that’s been going around for a while now, since the future of Star Wars games is looking pretty bleak and EA seems to have canceled yet another one. Many fans are saying “enough is enough” and they want Disney to fix this issue they very clearly had a part in by allowing other companies to make Star Wars games. Is it fair to say that EA should lose their license, based on how they have performed? Well, someone very close to the Star Wars universe seems to think so. Gary Whitta, the co-writer of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story has said what a lot fans have been thinking. For Electronic Arts (EA) to have the “one of a kind” Star Wars licensing deal taken away, due to their mishandling of the franchise. Whitta details his thought process and frustrations during a video interview with Kinda Funny Games, referring to…

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Does the Disney Approach Limit the Scope of Star Wars?

Since bursting into public awareness in 1977, Star Wars has been a gamer’s dream. Titles across various mediums have set standards in the gaming world, with fans given the chance to further their own perceptions of the fictional universe in their own homes. The original action figures from the 1980s sell for extortionate prices at auctions, while trading cards focused on Star Wars became so popular that there have been dozens of series produced. However, have these opportunities been dampened slightly since Disney took over the Star Wars franchise? Disney acquired the franchise in 2014 and acted quickly to announce plans to incorporate more elements of Star Wars into their famous theme parks. Other opportunities, though, seem to have been left out in the cold as Disney appear to have become over-protective in their bid to make Star Wars overly family-friendly. Without suggesting that Disney are looking to make Star Wars…

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Multiple Live-Action Star Wars Shows to Arrive on Netflix?

It’s clear that Disney is going all-in with Star Wars: new movies, new books, new action figures and LEGO sets, and now . . . new TV shows? Back in March, Cinelinx discussed the possibility of Disney being in talks with Netflix for a live-action TV show. But the latest rumors suggest that there could be multiple shows in the works. The fact that Disney is producing standalone Star Wars movies might lend some credence to this rumor—they’re clearly interested in cinematically exploring the rest of the universe outside of the main Republic / Empire conflict that’s been the center of the series for so long. There have been discussions of a Star Wars TV show since 2005, after George Lucas announced that he had plans for a show that took place between the prequels and the original trilogy. By 2011, he said that he had 50 episodes written. And although a number of people have…

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