At one point or another, nearly everyone has known or been a fan of a child actor. Those lucky kids who take Hollywood by storm with their big rosy cheeks, mischievous smiles, and all around impossibly cute looks. Unfortunately, cuteness does not usually last forever.
Once solely the domain of children's entertainment, nowadays, a lot more effort goes into making cartoons enjoyable for all ages. A big part of this is a lot more thought going into certain characters, their feelings and motivations.
It seems the spread of Covid-19 could have an even greater impact on the film industry than originally predicted. After restrictions introduced to combat the spread of the virus forced the temporary closure of movie theatres, Universal Pictures allowed some films, including The Hunt, The Invisible Man, and Trolls: World Tour an early release to pay-per-view Video On Demand services.
A year has passed since the release of Avengers: Endgame, one of the biggest cinematic events of all time.
Now more than ever, as families are forced to share the TV remote more than usual, cartoons have become a form of entertainment that can be enjoyed by all ages.
2020 marks the 25th anniversary of Disney's A Goofy Movie. When a less than encouraging call from the Principal leaves him fearing that his teenage son, Max, is on a bad path, Goofy arranges what he hopes will be a bonding road-trip to Lake Destiny, his favourite childhood fishing destination, unaware that he is derailing Max's own plans for a first date with his dream girl, Roxanne.