Marvel Studios drops first trailer for ‘Moon Knight’
Trailer drops: Oscar Isaac will play the title role in "Moon Knight." (Marilla Sicilia/Mondadori Portfolio via Getty Images)Marvel Studios unveiled the first trailer for its Disney+ series, “Moon Knight,” on Monday night. >> Read more trending newsThe show, which premieres March 30, stars Oscar Isaac as Steven Grant, a mild-mannered gift-shop employee who becomes plagued with blackouts and memories of another life, according to the Marvel website. Welcome to chaos 🌙 Watch the new trailer for Marvel Studios’ @MoonKnight and start streaming the Original series March 30 on @DisneyPlus. pic.twitter.com/T5E2ZTgaxP — Marvel Studios (@MarvelStudios) January 18, 2022Moon Knight made his debut in Marvel Comics in 1975, Variety reported.wftv.com
‘The Santa Clause’ is back in new limited series on Disney+
'The Santa Clause' FILE PHOTO: Actors Elizabeth Mitchell and Tim Allen act in a scene on the set of their upcoming film, "Mrs. Clause: The Santa Clause 2" February 28, 2002 in Vancouver, British Columbia. Disney+ announced a limited run series continuing the story will soon start filming. >> Read more trending newsDisney+ announced Friday that it is going to air a limited series based on “The Santa Clause” and Tim Allen will once again be donning the red suit. 🎅🏻 Tim Allen will reprise his role as Scott Calvin from “The Santa Clause” in a new Original limited series coming soon to #DisneyPlus.wftv.com
Pixar's 'Turning Red' to debut directly on Disney+
Film Pixar Release FILE - The Walt Disney Co. logo appears on a screen above the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Aug. 7, 2017. The third straight Pixar feature film will go straight to Disney+, the Walt Disney Co. announced Friday, Jan. 7, 2022. Kareem Daniel, chairman of distribution for Disney, cited the pandemic and the slower recovery for family films at the box office. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File) (Richard Drew)NEW YORK — (AP) — The third straight Pixar feature film will go straight to Disney+, the Walt Disney Co. announced Friday. Kareem Daniel, chairman of distribution for Disney, cited the pandemic and the slower recovery for family films at the box office.wftv.com
Pixar's 'Turning Red' to debut directly on Disney+
NEW YORK — (AP) — The third straight Pixar feature film will go straight to Disney+, the Walt Disney Co. announced Friday. “Turning Red” will premiere exclusively on Disney+ on March 11, the studio said. Kareem Daniel, chairman of distribution for Disney, cited the pandemic and the slower recovery for family films at the box office. The last two Pixar releases, “Soul" and “Luca,” also went straight to streaming during the pandemic. Before that, “Onward” launched in theaters in early March 2020, just as the pandemic forced theaters closed.wftv.com
New this week: 'Lost Daughter,' NYE in Nashville, Boba Fett
(Disney+/Apple TV+ via AP) (Uncredited)Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week. "The Lost Daughter" cleaned up last month at the Gotham Awards, which honor independent film, and topped AP Film Writer Lindsey Bahr's best-of list for 2021. In the year-end rush of new movies, it's been easy to miss Mike Mills' tender, shaggy indie gem "C'mon C'mon." Shot in black-and-white and featuring interviews with real kids peppered throughout, "C'mon C'mon" is an open-hearted movie about parenting with personal resonances for Mills, Phoenix and Norman. — Entertainment Writer Kristin M. HallTELEVISIONThe book is closing on "Dickinson," the Peabody Award-winning series starring Hailee Steinfeld in a reimagination of Emily Dickinson's youth.wftv.com
'Hawkeye' directors reveal Florence Pugh insisted on eating hot sauce for several takes while improvising the mac-and-cheese scene with Hailee Steinfeld
Directors Bert and Bertie spoke to Insider about how Pugh and Steinfeld, who play Yelena and Kate in the MCU, went off-script for the scene.news.yahoo.com
New this week: 'Sex and the City,' Juice Wrld and Will Smith
— AP Film Writer Lindsey BahrMUSIC— Juice Wrld may be gone but he's far from forgotten. And there's more on him coming: A HBO documentary “Juice Wrld: Into the Abyss” debuts Dec. 16 directed by Tommy Oliver. Keys premiered "LaLa" — one of the songs from the "Unlocked" half — at the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards in September. — Will Smith stars in a real-life global adventure in "Welcome to Earth," a six-part limited series out Wednesday on Disney+. It revisits friends Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte of "Sex and the City" as they discover that life in their 50s can be trickier than young adulthood.wftv.com
New this week: 'Sex and the City,' Juice Wrld and Will Smith
This week’s new entertainment releases include a double album from Alicia Keys and a posthumous one from Juice Wrld, Sandra Bullock playing an ex-con in the Netflix film “The Unforgivable” and Will Smith testing himself in a wildlife documentary series.
New this week: 'Power of the Dog,' 'Annie' live and Kenny G
This week’s new entertainment releases include a new album from saxophone legend Kenny G, a documentary about the 12 young soccer players and their coach trapped in a flooded Thailand cave, and Jane Campion makes a triumphant return to filmmaking in “The Power of the Dog.”.
New this week: Documentaries on Bieber, Fauci and 'Buried'
(Amazon via AP, left, and CBS via AP) (Uncredited)Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week. MOVIES—John Hoffman and Janet Tobias' "Fauci" is the first big-screen documentary of the nation's top infectious disease expert and ubiquitous face of the COVID-19 pandemic. —It’s a funny quirk that one of the highest grossing documentaries ever belongs to Justin Bieber. “Justin Bieber: Never Say Never” made more than $73 million at the box office in 2011, a non-fiction total bested only by “Fahrenheit 9/11” and “March of the Penguins.” A lot has changed in the intervening decade for both Bieber and the movies. — Bieber isn't the only pop star trotting out a new documentary this week.wftv.com
73rd Emmy Awards: See the complete winners list
2021 Primetime Emmy Awards - Show In this video grab issued Sunday, Sept. 19, 2021, by the Television Academy, Cedric the Entertainer speaks during the Primetime Emmy Awards. (Television Academy via AP) (Uncredited)LOS ANGELES — The 2021 Emmy Awards honored the best and brightest of the small screen on Sunday in Los Angeles. Cedric the Entertainer hosted the 73rd edition of the Television Academy’s top honors, which was broadcast live on CBS and Paramount+. Expand Autoplay Image 1 of 52 2021 Emmy Award arrivals Yara Shahidi arrives at the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday, Sept. 19, 2021, at L.A. Live in Los Angeles. @GillianA wins the #Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series for the role of Margaret Thatcher in @TheCrownNetflix!wftv.com
Space 220: Out-of-this-world dining option coming to EPCOT
ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — A new out-of-this-world dining experience is coming to EPCOT. Space 220 restaurant is set to launch service in mid-September located adjacent to Mission: SPACE. From there, you’ll board one of two “Space Elevators” that will transport you to what seems like 220 miles above Earth to Centauri Space Station. READ: Could we ever see a 5th Disney theme park in Florida? The restaurant menu is set to feature “stellar” dishes with a two-course prix fixe menu for lunch, and a three-course prix fixe menu for dinner.wftv.com
Disney’s quarterly earnings come in ahead of expectations as Disney+ takes off, theme parks recover
ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — Disney’s earnings came in ahead of Wall Street expectations on Thursday, with shares up 5%. For the company, the bright spot continues to be Disney+, its online streaming services, which beat estimates and surpassed 116 million subscribers. READ: Could we ever see a 5th Disney theme park in Florida? Sailing on Disney cruise lines is not back to normal, but the company is anticipating getting regular schedules soon. Disney has required vaccinations for non-union employees, but officials did not discuss union employees.wftv.com
Scarlett Johansson sues Disney over release of ‘Black Widow’ to theater and Disney+
Scarlett Johansson sues Disney Scarlett Johansson has sued Disney over its release of "Black Widow" both in theaters and at the same time Disney+. (Marvel/epk.tv)Scarlett Johansson is suing Disney over the company’s simultaneous release of her latest Marvel Cinematic Universe film “Black Widow” in both theaters and on the streaming platform Disney+. >> Read more trending newsThe actor said in the suit that the company breached her contract when Disney released the film, The Wall Street Journal reported. The Disney+ release was not free to subscribers, however; it included an additional $30 rental fee. The company has not yet responded to the lawsuit, The Wall Street Journal reported.wftv.com
'The Crown,' 'Mandalorian' top Emmy nominations with 24 each
Emmy Nominations This image released by Disney+ shows Pedro Pascal in a scene from "The Mandalorian." (Disney+ via AP) (Uncredited)LOS ANGELES — (AP) — "The Crown” tied with “The Mandalorian” for the most Emmy nominations Tuesday with 24 apiece, but the Marvel universe also got bragging rights with runner-up “WandaVision.”The nominations reinforced the rapid rise of streaming, with the top-nominated scripted shows on services that largely emerged in the past two years. In the top three categories — drama, comedy and limited series — only the NBC show “This Is Us” snagged a nomination. “These nominations represent the work done in television through the most challenging year I can think of,” TV academy chief executive Frank Scherma said before the first nominees were announced. For Netflix, which led the way for the rise of streaming services but has yet to claim a top series trophy, “The Crown” may represent its best bet.wftv.com
New this week: Kevin Hart in 'Fatherhood, 'iCarly' & 'Luca'
(Paramount+/Netflix/ABC/Disney+ via AP) (Uncredited)Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week. Setting his movie in the 1950s, Casarosa (director of the Pixar short "La Luna") drew inspiration from classic Italian cinema. — Timed to Father's Day is the release of "Fatherhood," debuting Friday on Netflix. Kevin Hart takes on a more dramatic role, playing a man whose wife dies in childbirth, leaving him to raise their daughter alone. Joey + Rory's final album "Hymns," release a month before Joey died, won the duo their first Grammy for best roots gospel album.wftv.com
‘Conjuring 3’ tops ‘A Quiet Place 2’ as moviegoing returns
After its triumphant first weekend, “A Quiet Place Part II” fell 59% at the North American box office leaving room for the third movie in the “Conjuring” franchise to take first place. Paramount’s “A Quiet Place” sequel meanwhile earned $19.5 million in ticket sales, bringing its domestic total to $88.6 million. In a pre-pandemic world, “The Conjuring 3” might have been considered a bit disappointing -- the previous installments both opened around $40 million. The Walt Disney Co.’s “Cruella,” which opened in theaters last weekend, was also made available to rent on Disney+ for $29.99. The Emma Stone and Emma Thompson pic added $11.2 million from 3,922 theaters this weekend to take third place.wftv.com
New this week: 'Friends' again, Mike Tyson doc & 'Cruella'
MOVIES— No "101 Dalmatians" love is necessary to enjoy "Cruella," available to rent on Disney+ starting Friday. — The musician Moby narrates his own life in the documentary "Moby Doc," a surrealistic examination of his fraught childhood and turbulent experience with fame, fortune and addiction from director Rob Bralver. David Lynch, David Bowie and Shepard Fairey are just a few of the luminaries who talk about his impact and influence. — AP Music Editor Mesfin FekaduTELEVISION— Doughnuts and pursuit of the American dream are at the heart of a documentary about Cambodian refugee Ted Ngoy. "Mike Tyson: The Knockout" promises to examine his career and life rollercoaster and address "pressing questions about resilience and reinvention."wftv.com
Disney shifts 'Black Widow' and doubles down on streaming
This image released by Disney/Marvel Studios' shows Scarlett Johansson in a scene from "Black Widow." (Marvel Studios/Disney via AP)NEW YORK – The Walt Disney Co. on Tuesday overhauled its upcoming film release plans, postponing some of its biggest films and shifting Marvel's “Black Widow," among other titles, to Disney+ the same time they arrive in theaters. “Black Widow," once planned to debut in May 2020, had been set to kickoff the summer movie season on May 7. In December when announcing an ambitious array of streaming programming, the company suggested that Disney+ would regularly be home to Pixar, among other brands. Warner Bros. earlier set a release plan for 2021 that, like Disney will with “Black Widow,” gives viewers the choice of paying for a movie at home or on the big screen.
Audiences hold back, even as more movie theaters open
Animated character Raya, voiced by Kelly Marie Tran, left, appears with Sisu the dragon in a scene from "Raya and the Last Dragon." (Disney+ via AP)Theaters reopening in New York City this weekend did not set the box office on fire. Walt Disney Animation's “ Raya and the Last Dragon ” earned an estimated $8.6 million from 2,045 locations in North America. AdWarner Bros. “Tom & Jerry,” which is available to stream free for HBO Max subscribers, brought in $6.6 million from 2,563 North American theaters in its second available weekend. Many areas in North America are not yet fully open, including Los Angeles, and most California counties, Washington D.C., and much of Canada.
Marvel's Wanda has a future, but 'WandaVision' fate unclear
This image provided by Marvel Studios shows Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff in a scene from "WandaVision." (Marvel Studios via AP)LOS ANGELES – When “WandaVision” wraps its initial run next month on the Disney+ streaming service, Elizabeth Olsen’s Wanda will make her next appearance in the big-screen “Doctor Strange” sequel. It’s storytelling that determines how and when characters from the Marvel Comics universe hopscotch between TV and movies, Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige said Wednesday. Feige wouldn’t say whether “WandaVision,” Marvel Studios' first original series for Disney+, has a future after its March 5 season finale. Asked if Marvel Studios might be able to regain them, Feige said he believes it could happen, but added that “rumors online about things reverting” to Marvel aren't always true.
Disney 1Q profit falls but beats expectations due to Disney+
NEW YORK – The Walt Disney Co.'s net income fell sharply in its most-recent quarter, as the coronavirus pandemic still weighs heavily on many of its businesses, from theme parks to movies. But the results Thursday surpassed Wall Street's expectations thanks to subscribers flocking to Disney+ and other of the entertainment giant's streaming services. Disney+ subscribers totaled 94.9 million at the end of the quarter, more than double the subscriber base a year ago, when the service had been operating for only about two months. For Disney's fiscal first quarter, net income totaled $17 million, or 1 cent per share, compared with $2.1 billion or $1.16 cents per share a year earlier. Excluding one-time items, net income totaled 32 cents per share, compared with $1.53 per share in the prior-year quarter.
5 movies on Disney+ you should watch this Black History Month
They say an easy way to educate is to entertain, and Disney+ has some engaging films that you could learn from this Black History Month. [BLACK HISTORY MONTH: 5 takeaways after watching ‘Tiger’ on HBO | 10 places to learn more about Black history]Ad‘Hidden Figures’With the U.S. launching astronauts back to space, it’s the perfect time to learn about the brilliant Black women behind one of the greatest space operations in history. Ray Ray didn’t exactly sign up to raise Fahmarr, but his team signs up to help Ray Ray. Disney+ has plenty of other films worth watching during Black History Month. More Black History Month coverage
Disney Plus warns of racist stereotypes in its films
ORLANDO, Fla. – If perusing some Disney classics on Disney+, it may take you an extra 30 seconds to start some films. The streaming platform now has unskippable warnings giving users a heads up about racist stereotypes depicted in some of its original films. [THEME PARKS: Only true Walt Disney World addicts will ace this quiz | The Dos Caballeros: Donald Duck missing on Gran Fiesta Tour at EPCOT]Disney introduced this warning last year, with “Peter Pan”, “Dumbo” and “The Jungle Book” recently added to the list of films. Other movies like “Aladdin”, “Lady and The Tramp”, “The Aristocats” and “Swiss Family Robinson” also have the message. “These stereotypes were wrong then and are wrong now,” the advisory reads.
Disney+ subscribers reach 86.8 million worldwide
Chapek said Disney+ subscribers worldwide have reached 86.8 million, up from 74 million last month. But Disney also kept its biggest films — including Marvel's “Black Widow," Pixar's “Luca,” a “Lion King” prequel — on course for theatrical release. Jenkins becomes the first woman to direct a “Star Wars” film. Among the “Star Wars” series are two spinoffs of “The Mandalorian,” set during the series' timeline: “Rangers of the New Republic” and “Ahsoka,” with Rosario Dawson. Seven Disney films topped $1 billion worldwide.
Holiday movies, music specials arrive to light a bleak year
(NBC/Apple/HBO Max/Netflix/Disney + via AP)LOS ANGELES – Bring on the sentimental holiday rom-coms, the chorus of Christmas music specials and the nostalgia of last century’s animated charmers. HOLIDAY HARMONY— “My Gift: A Christmas Special From Carrie Underwood,” now streaming on HBO Max. — “Mariah Carey’s Magical Christmas Special,” Dec. 4, Apple TV+. Music, dancing, animation and surprise guest stars help create what the streaming service promises to be a heartwarming journey with the pop star. Dolly Parton sings hymns, holiday pop classics and tunes from her new album, and shares personal and faith-based Christmas memories.
Taylor Swift ‘folklore’ concert film coming to Disney+
NEW YORK – A concert film featuring Taylor Swift performing songs from her new album is coming to Disney+. The singer announced Tuesday that “folklore: the long pond studio sessions” will premiere on the streaming platform on Wednesday. The concert film will include guest appearances from Jack Antonoff, Aaron Dessner and Bon Iver — acts who all appear on Swift's “folklore" album. Swift filmed “folklore: the long pond studio sessions” in upstate New York in September. The singer also directed the concert film.
Pixar's 'Soul' bypasses theaters, will stream on Christmas
NEW YORK – The Pixar film “Soul” will skip theaters and instead premiere on Disney+ on Christmas, the Walt Disney Co. announced Thursday, sending one of the fall's last big movies straight to streaming. The successive delays of the film industry's would-be blockbusters has only made the dire circumstances of movie theaters more acute. Without aid, the organization said, 69% of small and mid-sized movie theater companies will close or go bankrupt. “The stark reality is that many movie theaters will not be able to open again if they don’t receive government help,” says Esther Baruh, director of government relations for the association. It recently announced that it would lay off 28,000 workers, most of them at Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, and Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
5 musicals that should be filmed for a streaming network since Broadway is still closed
Considering Disney+ saw a 72% increase in downloads of its app over the weekend, it’s safe to say that bringing musicals filmed on stage to a mass audience is a pretty good idea. Some will argue that theater is meant to be consumed live, but with so much uncertainty about when Broadway will return, it’s not a bad idea to start filming more Broadway musicals and plays for streaming networks. While it’s still a wildly popular musical, fans have been begging for some sort of movie version for years. Disney’s most popular and long-running show on Broadway is “The Lion King,” and it’s hard to imagine the people wouldn’t love to watch a filmed version of this production. Do you plan to watch “Hamilton?” Are there any musicals you’d like to see from the comfort of your home?
What you need to know before streaming ‘Hamilton’ on Disney+ over the weekend
Since there’s likely to be a good chunk of people who will watch “Hamilton” over the weekend who’ve probably never seen it before, here is a quick rundown of what you need to know before experiencing the phenomenon. The “Hamilton” on Disney+ is a filmed version of the show, not a movie. It’s easy to call the version of “Hamilton” coming out on Disney+ a movie, but technically, it’s the stage version, filmed. An actual movie version of “Hamilton” will probably happen eventually, but this is a great way to really capture the magic of the stage version of the show. And because the people at Disney are incredibly smart, free trials of the streaming service have ended, so if you want to watch, you’re going to have to sign up.
Baby Yoda-themed Monopoly now on sale
Toy brand Hasbro has introduced its Baby Yoda-themed Monopoly set. The beloved character from “The Mandalorian” series on Disney+ is technically called “The Child,” but he's commonly known as Baby Yoda. Regular Monopoly, of course, features game pieces like the classic top hat and wheelbarrow, but in this version, you get to choose from four adorable versions of Baby Yoda in different poses. Hasbro also changed up other aspects of the game like the playing cards to reflect “Star Wars” Mandalorian themes. Monopoly: Star Wars the Child is currently available on pre-order for $19.99 and is expected to ship out on its release date of Sept. 1.
Celebrate ‘Star Wars’ Day with new ‘Mandalorian’ docuseries only on Disney+
Disney is planning to drop a new eight-part docuseries called “Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian,” beginning Monday. pic.twitter.com/gRSge03Hzn — Star Wars (@starwars) April 23, 2020The series takes a behind the scenes look at how the fan-favorite “ The Mandalorian ” series was created. “After the stories of Jango and Boba Fett, another warrior emerges in the Star Wars universe. Disney along with every other company has had to alter day to day work amid the growing spread of the coronavirus. Production has been shut down on all of its shows, including some upcoming Disney+ series.
Disney+ to celebrate Star Wars Day with new 'Mandalorian’ docuseries
“Star Wars” fans are getting excited about a new release. Disney+ is debuting a new eight-part docuseries called “Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian.”It's a behind-the-scenes look at how the popular “Mandalorian” series was created, including interviews and never-before-seen footage. Executive producer Jon Favreau hosts the series, which debuts May 4, the day fans celebrate all-things "Star Wars." After that, Disney+ will stream new episodes every Friday.
Disney releasing ‘Onward’ movie early for download, streaming
Movie theaters around the U.S. have shut down due to the spread of the coronavirus, and recently released movies did not get a lot of airtime prior to the closures. Because people are stuck at home practicing social distancing, Disney announced it is releasing its latest movie “Onward” early for digital download and streaming, according to a post on the Oh My Disney Facebook page. “Onward” will be available for digital download in the U.S. Friday night and available on Disney+ on April 3, according to the Facebook post. Onward is coming to the US tonight on digital download and will be streaming on Disney+ on April 3rd. Posted by Oh My Disney on Friday, March 20, 2020To keep up with the latest news on the pandemic, subscribe to News 6′s coronavirus newsletter or go to ClickOrlando.com/coronavirus.
‘Frozen 2’ arrives on Disney+ 3 months before anticipated release
The Walt Disney Co. announced Friday that it would be releasing “Frozen 2” onto its streaming service, Disney+, months before its anticipated release. The long-awaited sequel to the animated hit "Frozen" wasn't expected to hit the streaming service until late spring or early summer. Now in the form of a virus miracle, the animated hit will be available in high definition Sunday, then in Ultra HD on Tuesday. RELATED: POLL: What song from ‘Frozen 2’ is stuck in your head? “Frozen 2," which opened on Nov. 22, had already completed its theatrical run and hit video-on-demand on Feb. 25.
Baby Yoda coming to Build-A-Bear
IN A GALAXY FAR, FAR AWAY – In a search that took longer than finding Luke Skywalker on Ahch-To, the hugely popular Baby Yoda stuffed animal will soon be available to purchase off store shelves. Build-A-Bear announced Tuesday it will start selling Baby Yoda plush toys in company stores over the next few months, Business Insider reports. The Baby Yoda character jumped to superstardom via hyperspace as one of the mysterious central figures on “The Mandalorian,” a Disney+ that takes place within the Star Wars universe. Failing to see the oncoming Baby Yoda phenomenon, Disney had no toys waiting in the wings for those who wanted to take the cute li’l guy or gal home.
What’s new on Netflix, Hulu, Disney+ and more in 2020
You might be using the same streaming services this year, but luckily, there are tons of new movies, TV shows, documentaries and so much more available on Netflix, Hulu, Disney+ and Amazon Prime. ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’This obviously isn’t a Netflix original movie, but sometimes Netflix puts on a good throwback movie that is too good not to mention. “The Goop Lab” is actress Gwyneth Paltrow and her lifestyle brand, Goop, all teamed up with Netflix to bring us six episodes of Goop-related content. You probably haven’t seen it since the ’90s, but that’s the best thing about Disney+. What TV shows and movies are you most excited to see this year?
Jason Sudekis is the internet’s most wanted after his cameo with Baby Yoda in ‘The Mandalorian’ finale
The Second City does not condone the punching of Baby Yoda by alumnus Jason Sudeikis. Don’t touch a hot stove, don’t run with scissors, and most importantly don’t mess with Baby Yoda. From constantly missing their targets to arguing back-and-forth about getting to look at Baby Yoda. In the opening scene of the first-season finale, Baby Yoda has been snatched by Sudeikis and Pally. Jason Sudeikis is a scout trooper in #TheMandalorian finale and is the only actor I’ll forgive for his dispicable act to wee baby Yoda.
These baby Yoda memes are driving the internet crazy
Whether you’re a fan of “Star Wars” or not, we’re sure you have fallen prey to the baby Yoda craze that is sweeping social media. Thus, the baby Yoda craze was born, but we’re not complaining. Well, we’ve scoured the web looking for the best baby Yoda memes the internet had to offer. Every single baby Yoda meme has been me like HOWWW pic.twitter.com/z4yLusRgYv — scandal (@eskandalowithak) November 29, 201921. We know the internet is full of other baby Yoda memes, so share your favorite in the comments below.
Netflix, Nickelodeon team up after launch of Disney+
One day after Disney’s new streaming service Disney+ launched, Netflix had a big announcement of their own. Netflix announced a deal with Nickelodeon to produce animated television shows and movies that would be based on new characters and old favorites from the network, according to the New York Times. A “SpongeBob SquarePants” spinoff is one part of the multiyear deal that is estimated to be worth more than $200 million to Nickelodeon, the New York Times said. According to the New York Times, Nickelodeon opted for a strategic shift to partner with an established streaming service instead of creating its own. With this being a done deal, let us know in the comments which Nickelodeon shows you want to see on Netflix.