The Disney XD original series Star Wars Rebels, is adding an appearance from yet another character from the original Star Wars trilogy. And we've got the first images from the guest appearance.
Disney Junior is looking to bring kids into the science-friendly blast-tastic future with the new animated series Miles from Tomorrowland, which will debut just three months before Brad Bird’s big-budget adventure Tomorrowland. Coincidence?
Yoda is returning to the Star Wars franchise. Find out where you can catch the familiar, inconic face...or at least the iconic voice, here. We're pretty excited for this one.
If you’ve been keeping tabs on Disney’s Girl Meets World at all, you should know that former Boy Meets World stars are an integral part of the series. Now, the show is gearing up for a ton of upcoming appearances. Find out who will be on the show.
We are now a pop culture community in the middle of the long and winding road to a new Star Wars feature, but that hardly means we’re averse to having more intergalactic adventures in the meantime. As such, it’s rather excellent that Disney XD has already given its newest series Star Wars Rebels an early renewal. The Rebel Alliance will not be stopped!
Throughout the early 2000s, Hilary Duff was at the top of her game. The teen star turned pop singer released a few popular albums and starred in movies like Cheaper By The Dozen and A Cinderella Story. However, she’s most famous for her role on Disney’s hit kids series Lizzie McGuire.
DuckTales may have only run for three seasons in the late 1980s, but fans of the original show still have fond memories of the series, as well as the show’s excellent theme song. Anyone who has ever caught an episode of DuckTales can probably remember composer Mark Mueller’s signature “Woo-oo’s” and this week, Disney has recreated the theme song sequence at the beginning of DuckTales using actual ducks.
Disney Television Animation be producing a Haunted Mansion animated special for Disney Channel and Disney XD, as well as three pilots and a short-form series that have nothing to do with rides, attractions or spooky spirits.
This is a series created not even for general 12-to-whatever-year-olds, but specifically for children who understand and appreciate the Disney model of “stereotypical acts performed by attractive people exactly as the script intends them to be performed, while the biggest, fakest audience laughs along.”
From the moment Disney announced it was purchasing LucasFilm, the chatter about new Star Wars movies has been practically incessant. From who would write them, direct them and star in them to what characters the movies would incorporate or introduce, tens of thousands of theories have been thrown out there.
Fans of Star Wars have plenty to be excited about in the next two years, what with the release of Star Wars: Episode VII set for December 2015. Additionally, Disney and Lucasfilm have teamed up to produce a new animated series, Star Wars Rebels, which will get its debut following a TV movie to usher in the new series and set the stage for the aforementioned cinematic sequel this summer.
Based on the description of Disney Channel’s planned original movie, Descendants, it seems the cable channel has sent the bucket deep into the Disney well and has come up with a pretty ambitious but intriguing all-star(ish) sequel concept. That may be cause for concern to die-hard Disney fanatics, especially if we consider some of those straight-to-video non-classics Disney has distributed in the past, which have tampered with the canon of the stories in less than satisfying ways.
Did you miss ABC's broadcast of the excellent and sure-to-be-a-classic Disney Pixar Halloween special Toy Story of TERROR!? Well, rest assured, it's going to air again, though you probably won't find it on ABC. Additional airings of the special are scheduled for Disney's cable channels, with the first re-airing scheduled for this Saturday, as ABC Family's 13 Nights of Halloween event kicks off.
Just a couple of days ago, we reported that Star Wars Rebels, the brand new animated endeavor from Lucasfilm and Disney, would be appearing at New York Comic-Con. At the time, both companies promised fans would learn a little more about the upcoming program, and what we got was a nicely illustrated picture of the show’s villain.
A big panel has been set up at New York Comic-Con tomorrow to explain more about the animated series that is headed to the Disney Channel sometime in the future. However, I am excited to share the new poster, an image that gives us a first look at Star Wars Rebels and three gloomy looking Storm Troopers presented in the style of a Soviet era poster.