Disney announced that Disney Legend Tim Allen is returning for The Santa Clause but the question is will they bring back Bernard the Elf. Disney Legend Tim Allen will executive-produce The Santa Clause (working title), a Disney+ Original limited series in which he reprises the beloved role of Scott Calvin from Walt Disney Pictures’ blockbuster franchise. Production is set to begin in Los Angeles in March. Award-winning Jack Burditt is the executive producer and showrunner…"Bring Back Bernard In The Santa Clause, Disney!"
Galaxy Quest, the Star Trek send-up, still remains a sci-fi comedy classic as fans across the globe celebrate the 20th anniversary. No list of the all-time best comedies can be complete without Galaxy Quest. To make such a list without this cult classic would be–By Grabthar’s hammer, by the suns of Worvan–illogical to say the least. When I first saw the film, I had never been initiated into the Star Trek universe. A real introduction…"Galaxy Quest: Star Trek Send-Up Is A Classic"
Fans of Toy Story 4 are now able to bring home the fourth chapter of the longest-running Pixar franchise on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD. This film could very well mark the end of an era. One thing that is almost for sure, Woody’s story is likely at an end. Whether Disney-Pixar Animation decide to go forward remains to be determined. Your guess is as good as mine at this point. BONUS FEATURES (may…"Toy Story 4 arrives on Blu-ray"
Toy Story 4 could very well be a satisfying conclusion and the end of the line for the 24-year-old Disney-Pixar franchise. The opening prologue starts out some nine years ago when the team comes together to save a toy. Unbeknownst to them, Bo Peep (Annie Potts) is set to be given away. It’s not an easy farewell for Woody (Tom Hanks) after all they’ve been through but all one can do is move forward in…"Toy Story 4 Could Be A Satisfying Conclusion"
A sequel to Galaxy Quest has long been gestating in one form or another. The latest development is Paul Scheer being hired to write a television series for Amazon Studios. According to Deadline, Scheer takes over from the film’s co-writer, Robert Gordon. “Without giving much away, I don’t think there has ever been a better time to continue the Galaxy Quest story with the explosion and popularity of sci-fi films in recent years,” Scheer said.…"Paul Scheer tackling Galaxy Quest series for Amazon"