Secret Society of Second-Born Royals is coming to Disney+ and we’re excited for it. Read More →

We may be waiting awhile for the movies that we want, but we understand why. Coronavirus will keep us out of theaters for awhile – partly because they are closed and partially because of fear. I admit it. Disney-Pixar is getting us all excited to go to the movies thoughRead More →

I would like to say I am upset about this, but I’d be lying. The truth is, I think that this is a smart choice, because if there is a movie that I want to see in theaters it’s Mulan. Mulan was originally supposed to be released in March, butRead More →

Who doesn’t love a good Disney movie? I do. They remind me of being a kid and feeling like I could conquer the world. Also the belief that I could be a Disney star and that the Mickey Mouse Club was in my future. Never mind the fact that IRead More →

In an unusual pattern, from the premiere of Peter Pan in 1953 through the 1980s, Disney animation primarily centered mainly around boys and/or male animals – One Hundred and One Dalmatians, The Jungle Book, Robin Hood, The Great Mouse Detective, and Oliver and Company being a handful of the mostRead More →

The photos for the fifth episode of Love, Victor are here. The title for the episode is “Sweet Sixteen” and here’s how it’s described,  “With tensions high at home, Victor lets his family throw him a birthday party.” See the photos below – Love, Victor is streaming now on Hulu.Read More →

You can’t really look anywhere these days without seeing Demi Lovato everywhere. People talk about her music, her finsta (we didn’t, cause that shit was a disaster), and her acting. The Sonny With A Chance actress, along with co-stars Tiffany Thornton, Allisyn Ashley Arm, Brandon Mychal Smith, Doug Brochu, MatthewRead More →

Black Widow

We really miss movies in the theater. No lie. But we’re also happy that new dates for movie that we can’t wait for have been released. Disney announced new release dates for seven upcoming Marvel movies, including Black Widow. Black Widow, as we all know was supposed to be releasedRead More →

The Evil Queen

The evolution in the portrayal of “selfish” female Disney characters is a worthy case study for how the feminist movement has progressed over the seventy-five years from Snow White to Frozen; the operative definition of selfish from Merriam-Webster being, “concerned excessively or exclusively for oneself.” Each “selfish” female character embodiesRead More →