Disney announced a lot of projects at Destination D23. Will they actually happen? And Marvel's VFX workers formed a union. What's next for them?
This week we give our spoiler free thoughts on Ahsoka, Look at the Disney Companies move to stop its summer slide in stock prices, and discuss why and how Disney is changing Iconic voices.
This week we break down Disney's move to end selling physical media in Australia. Then we dive into the debate over the M-She-U and round out the hour with a look at the potential new Disney CEOs.
This week we talk to two people who have had amazing experiences in Disney parks. One got married in Disney World and one got a private tour of Walt Disney's Disneyland Apartment...for FREE! We talk to both of them to find out about where the Magic is alive -- and dead -- in Disney Parks.
It's been a rough few months for the Disney studios. Pixar has had several bad showings at the box office. Disney Pictures is constantly being accused of not being creative. Marvel isn't matching up to its previous phases. Lucasfilm put out a flop with Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny. Disney animation has been getting most of its success on Disney Plus. And yet Disney still leads the global box office with $3 billion +. Let's take a look at the studios and see what, if anything, might be wrong.
We are back and on video now! This time we dive into the question of whether or not Bob Iger has become a Disney Villain?
Soul is Pixar's first movie to have a black lead and, though it had a lot of promise, it still left a lot to be desired. We break down what we loved, what we hated, and what left us confused.
Hop on a plane and join us as Kristin tells us what Disney World is like during a pandemic. Should you even go?
Plus we look at some of the virtual events Disney has coming up and whether Disney has done enough to provide fans with Coronavirus approved entertainment.
And, of course, we touch on the election and encourage everyone to Have Courage and Be Kind.
Disney released Mulan as part of an experiment to test "premiere access content." So how did it work? Plus we give our thoughts on the movie. And, Disney has restored salary cuts to their executives, right after laying off 28,000 workers.
Disney has not so quietly been bringing in LGBTQ+ stories into its media properties. We talk about that in light of Chadwick Boseman's passing.
Cameron^2 took over the show this week so we can review 'The Greatest Showman', the newest addition to Disney+. We see if the craze holds up more than two years after its original release.
It's been a long time and there isn't a whole lot of news, but we had to talk about Disney's plan to release Mulan.
Disney created its first openly gay animated couple and coronavirus stopped plans to release 'Mulan' in July.
Disney World will be open for Business in July, but how will the experience change?
Coronavirus has shut down Most of Disney - movies, parks, sports. As the world prepares to reopen, we talk about how Disney can move forward with a little game of True or False.
This week we look into how Coronavirus is affecting Disney and how Disney is fighting back. Plus, Disney got a new CEO before all of this started. How do you think he is doing? Be safe and take care of your health -- including your mental health.
P.S. We are working on staging a comeback.
We're back to launch Disney Plus and we give you some theories on what this means for Disney.
While we aren't back for a weekly show, this won't be a one-time episode. We're figuring out how to keep this going in a sustainable way, but you know we'll always Keep Moving Forward.
For our last show we dive into Disney's record year, the theme parks, and the Disney Wisdom we want to pass on.
In our second-to-last episode, we break down the photorealistic version of The Lion King and talk about where this fits in our rankings of the live-action remakes.
This week we talk about the Disneyland brawl, Mulan's teaser, the reaction to the casting for the live-action version of The Little Mermaid, and what it means that Disney World is getting more deluxe. Plus, why the show will be ending soon.
This week we break down Spider-Man far from home. What we liked and what we didn't.
This week Pixar released the fourth Toy Story film. So far they have never made a bad Toy Story, and they continue the trend of excellence with Toy Story 4. This week we break down the entire movie and how we would rank it in the franchise.
This week we dive into Disney's live-action movies to rank them from best to worst. Spoiler Alert: We all have the same #1. From there, our choices vary wildly.
Then we take a look at Frozen 2 and talk about whether we think it can live up to the first one.
This week there was kind of a smorgasbord of news this week as Disney has the top 3 domestic earners through the first half of the year. We take a look at those films and how Aladdin may have broken Disney's "Memorial Day" curse.
Plus, people are ALREADY stealing things from Galaxy's Edge.
I can't figure out why I like this movie, but I do. It broke Disney's "Memorial Day Curse" earning more than $86 million domestically. There is bad acting, weird script choices and some off special effects, but Aladdin finds its magic where it counts.