Action-packed fight scenes, beloved characters, laughter, and tears is what the second half of season two of “The Mandalorian” delivers to fans.
Pedro Pascal continues his dominant performance as the Mandalorian in the Disney+ original. As the Mandalorian continues his journey to return “the kid,” better known as Grogu, to his own kind.
There are so many Christmas and Christmas-adjacent movies to watch during the holiday season, but the following five films are great to watch during this winter break. The holidays may be tough on some, but good entertainment tends to elevate viewers’ moods. These movies all have a good holiday message and are threaded together with a Christmas theme.
Season two of The Mandalorian brings its viewers a mix of action, suspense and laughter all at once.
Viewers who binge watched season one surely remember the calm, cool and collected energy the Mandalorian, played by Pedro Pascal, brings to the table. The lone bounty hunter continues his quest this season with the child at his side, all while running into bumps on the road along the way.
Disney’s 2020 remake of the animated classic “Mulan” is a rushed film that does nothing for fans of the original, nor for people who were hopeful for something new. The film tries to take a new direction but is constantly held back by the changes made.
When films are successful and have told a complete story, filmmakers usually decide to follow up with a sequel. Prequels, however, are almost never a good route to take when there are not enough ideas to explore.
It’s officially the spooky Halloween season and there are a variety of seasonal offerings in Southern California that people should take advantage of.
Hulu has become the latest company to join the ever growing Disney family. Last Tuesday, Comcast sold its shares of Hulu to Disney making Disney the majority stakeholder of Hulu.
On Wednesday, March 20, 2019, Disney’s 71.3 billion dollar purchase of the film and TV assets held by 21st Century Fox was officially complete.
Notable assets acquired are Fox film and TV studio, FX, National Geographic channels, Star India, and 30 percent of Hulu.