The Top 7 Things I’m Most Excited For When Disney+ Becomes Available
I'm not exactly obsessed with Disney, but they've been killing it lately with announcements of new rides, attractions, movies, shows, and more.
Disney now owns the Star Wars franchise, Marvel characters, Fox, and my attention. My family has been pretty hyped for Disney+ coming on November 12th. A lot of the titles I'm excited for won't be available on day one, or even in 2019 for that matter, but here are the 7 things I'm most excited for as soon as I get the streaming service in November;
Phineas and Ferb
Not only will we get access to every episode and made-for-tv movie in the franchise, but Disney is also releasing a brand new movie for Disney+.
I fell in love with this series while I was in the military. Can you imagine a bunch of soldiers staying in the barracks lounge watching cartoons?
That's how good Phineas and Ferb is. It transcends age gaps and finds a way to make everyone laugh.
Boy Meets World
Now that I have kids of my own, I'm excited to introduce them to Cory Matthews, Mr. Feeny, and the rest of the gang.
Hmm, maybe I should wait until my son is a little older so he can relate better to the subject matter.
Pixar & Disney Movies
We are going to get to watch 'the Incredibles', 'Wall-E', and 'Moana' any time we want.
A few titles like 'Inside Out', or 'Big Hero 6' I adored, but only saw them a handful of times... Maybe less than 3 viewings. Those are rookie numbers, and I'm about to fix that come November 12th.
Malcolm in the Middle
Those of you who know me know I make some pretty wild statements about how much I love TV.
On several occasions I have listed my favorite TV series' as follows;
1. Malcolm in the Middle
2. The Office
3. Twilight Zone (Original Run)
4. Game of Thrones
Then from 5 and on, the order gets muddled and inconsistent. My #1 favorite show will be available on Disney+ thanks to the Disney/Fox deal. I'm so happy
Lady and the Tramp
I was never a big fan of the original movie. The iconic scenes have been duplicated numerous times in parodies so it always stayed fresh on my mind.
This new updated look could be a fun movie for my family to watch together. It will also give us some insight into what the talking animals will look like by the time 101 Dalmatians comes out.
Watch the trailer and try not to be charmed to death.
The Simpsons has been on TV for nearly 30 years. It would take over 200 hours to watch every episode.
Need I say more?
It might be surprising that I've left Star Wars off this list so far. The truth is I've seen 'em all too many times already.
Now we'll get 'The Mandalorian'.
Not only is the main character the same type of warrior as Boba Fett was, his sidekick IG-11 is voiced by Taika Waititi. Waititi directed Thor Ragnarok and also voiced the hilarious character, Korg.
If IG-11 is half as funny as Korg was, we're in for some fun.