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Disney+ gets a launch date
August 19th, 2019 under Disney Kids. [ Comments: none ]


As if we did not already have enough to watch wherever we are traveling to during the holiday season, Disney gave us another option today. That is because they announced today that their streaming service Disney+ is launching on November 12th.

For just $6.99 a month or $69.99 a year, you can watch all your favorite Disney, Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar and National Geographic movies and TV shows in one place. Not only that every The Simpsons episode will be available there too. Along with original movies like Lady and the Tramp, and Loki and TV shows like High School Musical: The Series to name a few of the projects they are working on.

If I were Netflix and Amazon, I would be a little nervous. At least the latter gives you free two-day shipping. But $69.99 is not a bad deal for all of that.

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You can now get Sabrina Carpenter at Target!
July 23rd, 2019 under Disney Kids. [ Comments: none ]


Sabrina Carptenter’s new album Singular: Act 2 is exclusively available now at Target. Not only do you get the CD, it looks like you also get the singer if you buy five of them. Not a bad deal for fans of the Girl Meets World star.

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Mulan looks like the first live-action remake that can work
July 7th, 2019 under Disney Kids. [ Comments: none ]


I will openly admit, I am not a fan of Disney’s live-action remakes. I was underwhelmed by Cinderella, and none of them have interested me ever since. That is until I saw the teaser for Mulan. Here is one of their animated classics that might actually be better as a live-action. It almost feels like this is how it always should have been.

Hopefully, it will not disappoint like the others. You know like Dumbo and Aladdin. We will find out soon enough when the movie comes out on March 27th.

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RIP Cameron Boyce
July 7th, 2019 under Disney Kids, Obits. [ Comments: none ]








Cameron Boyce passed away yesterday at the age of 20. The actor “passed away in his sleep due to a seizure which was a result of an ongoing medical condition for which he was being treated.”

Even though he was just 20 years old, he had been acting nonstop for over his half of life. Boyce is best known for playing Luke on Jessie and Carlos De Vil in the Descendants franchise. The third and final movie is slated to air August 2nd on Disney Channel.

Boyce was also the title voice of the popular kids’ cartoon Jake and the Never Land Pirates. Not only was he a Disney star, but he also played Adam Sandler’s on in Grown Ups and its sequel.

Along with Descendants 3, he has two other projects coming out. The television series Paradise City and the movie Runt.

Today, let’s honor this great talent that was taken away from us way too young and watch many of his enjoyable acting roles. I will be rewatching him in Descendants. He had such a bright future because he had such an amazing past.

My heart goes out to his family and friends. Remember to tell your loved ones that you love them because this is a reminder life is way too short.

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Descedants 3 is letting us know it is Good to be Bad!
May 31st, 2019 under Disney Kids. [ Comments: none ]


Disney Channel announced today that Descendants 3 is going to debut on August 2nd. However, what is news like that without giving us a little tease to get excited about for the sequel? What is a better way to do that than releasing the opening song, Good to Bad, with a dance number that made me feel like I just got a workout by watching it?

If the rest of the movie is like that, then it might be the best one yet. What is the film about? They say, it “unfolds on VK Day as fair-minded Mal, Evie, Carlos and Jay—the Villain Kids AKA The VKs—cross the barrier and return to their birthplace, the Isle of the Lost, to bring four deserving Villain Kids to the coveted Auradon Prep in a land where they have a chance at success, happiness and fulfillment. But, it’s Mal who knows she must resolve to permanently close the barrier to the Isle of the Lost, fearing that nemeses Uma and Hades will wreak vengeance on her new home, the idyllic kingdom now ruled by her beloved King Ben. Despite her decision, an unfathomable dark force still threatens the people of Auradon, and Mal and her friends face their biggest challenge yet.”

Mark your calendars because you don’t want to miss the musical about the teenagers of the Disney Royals and Villians trying to put their differences aside as they go to school together. It makes the Jocks and the Geeks battling it out look boring. Maybe if they sang and danced together, they would all get along?

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