What’s on Disney+ Canada this month? September has lots of Disney+ premieres, from new films, and series, to classics that arrive for the first time. The biggest titles arriving this month include: Thor: Love and Thunder, Reboot, Andor, Hocus Pocus 2, and Pinocchio.
The Mandalorian on Disney+ is one of my favourite TV shows of the year, and to celebrate the upcoming season two finale, The GATE teamed up with LEGO to giveaway something special: LEGO Star Wars The Child.
Star Wars is filled with iconic characters, and one of my favourites has always been Chewbacca, the brash, smart, and furry creature that seemed to somehow keep Han Solo in check.
Since George Lucas decided Star Wars needed to be updated for modern times, Lucasfilm has set a certain tone. That was never more evident than when Star Wars: A New Hope arrived on Disney+ with “maclunkey” plopped in for absolutely no apparent reason.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker opens in theatres on December 19, but before the big event you can check out a bit of that Galaxy Far, Far away with a special Fan Experience on Queen Street West in Toronto.
Paul Bettany has earned “double bobble-head status,” and apparently his kids are pretty impressed. To earn that status, he played the robotic superhero, Vision, in Marvel’s Avengers films, including the massive hit Avengers: Infinity War, and now he’s the villainous Dryden Vos in Solo: A Star Wars Story.
Out now on Blu-ray, reviewing four new releases: Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Pitch Perfect 3, and Justice League.
Enter now for a chance to win Stars Wars: The Last Jedi on Blu-ray courtesy of Lucasfilm and Walt Disney Studios Canada. Stars Wars: The Last Jedi is available now on Digital HD and arrives on Blu-ray tomorrow, March 27.
The force grows stronger in Toronto, not only with the upcoming release of the hotly anticipated Star Wars: The Last Jedi on the horizon, but also thanks to the arrival of a special pop-up that will tide fans of the blockbuster film franchise over quite nicely.
“A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…” It’s the start of many childhood dreams, especially for those of us born in the 70s who grew up in the midst of the original Star Wars films. The franchise inspired many of us, and gaming critic turned screenwriter Gary Whitta was no different, until he actually got a chance to contribute to the legendary stories with the screenplay for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.