Unless you've been hiding from the internet, you've probably heard about Disney's new streaming service that is set to launch soon. I know what you may be thinking, "just another streaming service I have to pay for," however, this one is going to be worth it.
Now, that streaming videos and shows is more popular than watching actual television, big companies such as Disney have found that they can make more money. It is true they can and they will, for I myself will fall to be a victim of getting Disney+ after it launches. On November 12, 2019 it will launch and the starting price will be $8.99 and I am assuming those are in USD. Here are some shows that will appear on Disney+.
It is no secret that Kyoto Animation, the producing company to Violet Evergarden, The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, and A Silent Voice, received an arson attack on July 18, 2019. The attack resulted in the death of 35 people and roughly 33 other persons injured in the fire. It has been roughly one month since the victims, and the victims' families and friends have had to cope with the loss of loved ones. Amidst all the pain and mourning, Kyoto Animation will once again continue to work towards making beautiful animation despite the loss of my dear ones.
While fans are upset that the latest iteration of Spider-Man is being withdrawn from the MCU, it isn't necessarily a bad thing.
What do you get when you put a few enthusiastic fanders from different parts of the world into a Skype session? You get the new podcast Sanders Sidekicks. An idea led by Michelle Brennan on Twitter, "Sanders Sidekicks" is a podcast where fans of Thomas Sanders as well as the series Sanders Sides discuss what comes to mind when it comes to particular characters, head canons, theories, and so much more. Also, some of the things that are included in the podcast are a "Fact of the Day" as a dedication to Logan, the Sanders Side who functions as the personification of Thomas's logical thinking, and a "Joke of the Day" as a dedication to Patton, the Sanders Side who functions as the personification of Thomas's heart, morals, and paternal instincts (complete with dad jokes).
There has been some great content coming out for television, as well as streaming services, and the world of cinema continues to put out some fantastic titles. But not every release that makes its way to the big screen results in financial glory, and some don’t even make a profit. There is one term studios want to avoid like the plague when it comes to how their films finish up monetarily at the box office.
There’s been lots of talk over the Lion King remake as well as Cats since, unlike things like The Jungle Book, they feature entirely animal casts. Which really means it’s an entirely CGI cast.
Comic book fans know what they like—and this is not it! Welcome to WatchMojo, and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the "Top 10 Marvel Moments That Made Fans Rage Quit."
Friends is one of my favorite shows of all time. I have memorized most of the lines, I know the episodes off by heart, and the jokes make more sense to me now that I am older. My boyfriend recently watched a video on Facebook where the creator took away the laugh track, and added creepy sounding music to certain clips of Ross. I must say, dear Lord, I have never seen anything more mortifying. For example, there was an episode shortly after Ross gets a divorce, and the episode is about Ross's sandwich and how he gets upset about the fact that, I believe, his supervisor or colleague had mistakenly eaten this sandwich. You take away the laugh track, and Ross becomes one of the creepiest guys there is. Especially when he finds out that Donald had eaten his sandwich. His facial expressions and his reactions all scream "serial killer."
No matter how we feel about it, the film industry values franchises above all else now. The summer Box Office has been dominated by returning franchises and rebooted hits, to differing results. It's a strategy however, that is hard to argue with. You need to look only at the success of the Marvel cinematic universe, with Avengers: Endgame recently becoming the highest grossing film in history.
We saw the final two episodes from Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s sixth season land August 2, 2019. Once again, the fate of the world is on the brink of disaster, and only S.H.I.E.L.D. can save the day.