There were some people who, just by name, I initially thought were men, but then I read up about them, and found out they were women. They are Dustin Ferrer (Miles From Tomorrowland, Esme And Roy), Raye Lankford (Arthur, Sesame Street), and Shaene Siders (DC Superhero Girls 2015, Niko And The Sword Of Light).
Matt Danner is the Co Executive Producer & Supervising Director Of Disney Junior's Muppet Babies, in California. Matt also voices Baby Kermit The Frog & the majority of the main characters. This is a really funny chat with endless different voices. As if by magic... Disney magic, of course... ...
Matt Danner took part with Phil Reynolds in a podcast about Muppet Babies. It's mostly what he said before in other interviews, but go to 37:40. He does his Kermit voice at various points, but here we also hear him break out into Rowlf, Swedish Chef, Beaker, and Waldorf. It's hilarious.
The first segment of today's new episode of Muppet Babies is written by Victor Cook's daughter Hanah Lee Cook. She certainly did a good job. Maybe she can write for TOTS. I mean, he's an executive producer there.
And the winner for this matchup is "Scooby Doo: Mask Of The Blue Falcon", which got 4 votes. SCOOB got 1 vote. We've reached the end of round 1, and start round 2. The first matchup is between "Heroes United" and "Into The Hundred Acre Wood".
Daisy Lightfoot was only 13 years old when she went to Hollywood with her mom to audition for her first paid acting role. She landed it, and although it was a supporting role to a gigantic fly (yes, you read that right), the experience launched her career and led to several more projects for the...
I've been wondering about how old Daisy Lightfoot is, and while there isn't an exact age/date mentioned, I can give a good estimate. She said how Max And The Furious Fly was her first acting gig, and she was 13. This came out in 2006. As such, I can deduce she's around 26-28 years old.
The winner is "Scooby Doo And Batman: The Brave And The Bold", which got 2 votes. "Batman Vs Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" got 1 vote. The final matchup for round 1 is "Scooby Doo: Mask Of The Blue Falcon" and SCOOB.
1. If there was ever another Winnie The Pooh series, I'd want Chris Gilligan involved. He's the supervising director for Goldie And Bear, and is currently the supervising director for TOTS. They're both shows with a light-hearted, innocent feel to them much like with Pooh.
I saw something interesting on Twitter that's worth discussing. While many kids shows have loosened up in having LGBTQ main/recurring characters in kids shows (a few examples include Steven Universe on Cartoon Network, Loud House on Nickelodeon, She Ra And The Princesses Of Power on Netflix...
The winner of this matchup is "Luna Eclipsed", which got 2 votes. "New Haunts" got 1 vote. The next category is A Forest Adventure. We're comparing the Harvey Beaks episode "Le Corn Maze Of Doom" to the Sofia The First episode "Too Cute To Spook".
Reminder: The Miraculous New York special premieres this Friday (I thought Disney Channel France was going to get it first before the US did. My guess is the English dub of the special is complete which could be the reason it's premiering this coming Friday).
The Dark Crystal: Age Of Resistance (a prequel series to the movie The Dark Crystal) has been cancelled after one season. I haven't seen the show or the movie, but I think fans won't be happy with this.