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The show has done well enough that Disney has signed on for a third season of the sitcom. Now, the Girl Meets World team has put together a brand new intro that pays homage to Boy Meets World.
We can never be sure what we'll get when it comes to the weekly Simpsons couch gag. The latest has been inspired by some of the best Disney animation from over the years, and it's just plain wonderful to watch.
Girl Meets World has been a pretty popular series for the Disney Channel. It helps that the series is a spinoff of the well-known show Boy Meets World, and features some of the characters from the original series.
Films being adapted for television isnít exactly a revolutionary concept as more and more movies are slated to hit the small screen. Still, thereís definitely one project worth getting majorly excited about, and it just so happens to be airing on Disney XD. The digital cable channel will bring a television adaptation of the 2014 hit Big Hero 6, and it looks fantastic.
Much to the dismay of fans everywhere, the Gravity Falls is coming to an end. Hopefully, fans can find some sense of relief in knowing that the series creator has some very kind words for them.
Now that the Star Wars franchise is back in full swing on the big screen, could this mean thereís renewed hope for a live action TV series to finally air? Read on to find out.
Thanks to a wide variety of live sporting events and an army of the more famous athletic analysts on television, the Disney subsidiary has been able to demand the highest carriage fees from every cable company. Unfortunately for ESPN, however, the days of printing money may be coming to an end.
If you havenít been watching Shia LaBeouf watch all of his movies over the past several days, youíve seriously been missing out. Yesterday, when the actor reached the early portion of his career. Fans of the actor were privy to watching him watch such classics as Holes and The Even Stevens Movie.
One of the most celebrated movies in the world, The Lion King †is soon coming back into our lives in a huge way, as Disney Channel and Disney Junior are gearing up for a TV movie sequel and follow-up series. Casting has mostly been completed, and we will be hearing voice actors both new to the franchise and some that are quite familiar.
The impending return of Star Wars Rebels is closing in as fast as a T-16 Skyhopper on a womp rat. Last Marchís finale for the debut season teased that Season 2 will have the Empire pulling out A-list personnel with none other than Darth Vader to hunt down Kanan, Ezra and the Ghost crew. Based on this new clip, itís pretty clear that itís going to be a long, devastating season for our heroes.
Before the $1.2 billion juggernaut that was Frozen, the $600 million Tangled was actually considered a huge hit at the box office. Well, it appears somebody else remembers this tragically overlooked film, and it's getting its own brand new TV series!
Most of us probably never pictured a world where Star Wars and Marvel each had their own cable networks, but that could be on the horizon from Disney.
Animated epic series, Star Wars Rebels has certainly proved its worth in the expanding newly-reorganized canon of the Star Wars mythology. Yet, more than anything, its characters have carved out a place in the hearts of long-time fans old and young, alike.
Memorable characters from Boy Meets World stop by in Season 2 of Girl Meets World, giving fans of the former Disney show some long awaited full circle moments.
The possibility of a Star Wars live action TV show may ring familiar to anyone who has been following the news cycle long enough. However, it seems that things are starting to line up to where such a project might finally be possible.