At last years D23 Expo, Walt Disney Animation revealed details on the 59th classic animated movie, “Raya and the Last Dragon” and today a new promotional image has been released, giving us our first look at the lead character, Raya: The movie stars Cassandra Steele as Raya and Awkwafina as Sisu, the Last Dragon.   The […]

Disney is utilising the power of Facebook and YouTube to promote its streaming services, according to a new report from digital video measurement company Tubular Labs. Here are some info graphs showcasing how Disney+ compares to other streaming networks: Compilation videos are the main focus of Disney+ promotional videos, which utilise the vast array of franchises […]

As more and more companies temporarily cut their advertising on Facebook, as part of the #StopHateForProfit campaign.  According to the WSJ, Disney is joining other major corporations such as Coca-Cola, Microsoft and Starbucks, by “dramatically slashing” the Disney+ advertising campaigns on Facebook. According to an ad-analytics firm, Pathmatics, so far, in the first six months […]

Pixar is back with its second movie in cooperation with Disney, “A Bug’s Life,” taking on the classic fable of “The Ant and the Grasshopper.” Dave Foley stars as Flik, an ant that can’t do anything right for his colony and ends up getting the colony in trouble with a group of grasshoppers led by […]

Fans have their gripes about Disney Plus—such as hundreds of missing Disney-owned titles, and not having enough content for audiences over age 12. Still, TV animation is where Disney Plus excels as the streamer features dozens of shows produced since the 1980’s. Or is it? Those who grew up watching these cartoon series—along with a […]

The X-Men are back and battling a new foe in “X-Men: Apocalypse.” 10 years after the events at the end of “Days of Future Past,” an evil being known as The First One is searching out Magneto and other villainous mutants in an effort to take over the world. It’s up to Professor Xavier and […]

On this 65th anniversary of the opening of Disneyland in California, Disney+ shares an almost hour long documentary that originally aired the week before the park opened, “A Pre-Opening Report from Disneyland.” The documentary gives us an inside look at the park and the effort that was being done to make the park operational. It […]

Disney Legend Bill Farmer takes us to a Hawaii to introduce us to some special dogs that protect the wildlife on the islands in the latest episode of “It’s a Dog’s Life.” We meet a team of border collies who protect the Nene, a native bird to the Hawaiian islands, from entering the flight paths […]

Percy Jackson and the rest of the Olympians are back for a sequel in “Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters.” And, this is not a good movie. I watched it and all I can remember about it is Alexandra Daddario’s character does way less than in the original, there’s a cyclops and it’s a sequel to […]

The prince of the forest is born and we follow a year in his life as he grows from fawn to buck in “Bambi.” We see him learn to walk and play, fall in love; or become “twitterpated” as they say, and rise up to fight the enemy of the forest; in this case, Man […]

The X-Men from the original trilogy send Wolverine back through time to help the X-Men of the First Class in “X-Men: Days of Future Past.” Wolverine must help Professor X, Beast and Magneto stop Mystique from killing an important political figure looking to hunt down mutants and possible starting an all out war between humans […]

Disney takes an in-depth look at the galaxy’s favorite smuggler in “Solo: A Star Wars Story.” We see where Han Solo grew up, how he was connected to the Empire and how he deserted to join a group of smugglers before setting off on his own. Since Disney took over the “Star Wars” franchise, it’s […]