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The witches of Disney’s 1993 cult comedy “Hocus Pocus” are making a much-deserved comeback, but don’t expect to see them on screen just yet. The Sanderson trio of Winifred, Mary and Sarah are joining the list of Disney villains who will haunt Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Disney World this fall. “Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular,” running Sept. 15 through Nov. 1, features appearances by the ever-nefarious Jafar, Maleficent and Cruella de Vil. Also Read: Will Friedle, William Daniels Return in 'Girl Meets World' Season 2 Trailer (Video) With the help of dancers, projections and special effects, the twisted sisters are organizing a night of. »
- Kathy Zerbib
Boy Meets World fave Will Friedle — both as Cory’s brother Eric and bearded lunatic Plays With Squirrels — pays his highly anticipated first visit to Girl Meets World on Friday (Disney Channel, 8:30/7:30c) and TVLine has an exclusive first look.
RelatedGirl Meets World Stars Preview Angela, Eric and More Epic Returns in Season 2
Per the official description of the episode, appropriately titled “Girl Meets Mr. Squirrels,” Eric arrives to mediate an apparent spat between best friends Riley and Maya.
Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts is an all-new animated adventure that follows the Caped Crusader and some of his crime-fighting colleagues. It arrives Tuesday, May 12 on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and Digital HD. To celebrate, Warner Home Video has released an exciting clip, which features Nightwing (voiced by Will Friedle) squaring off against Cheetah (voiced by Laura Bailey). We also have a set of 7 new images.
Another storm is brewing in Gotham and it's not only raining cats and dogs but evil Cyber Animals! When the city is plagued by a slew of bizarre crimes committed by an animal-inspired villain squad known as the Animilitia, comprised of Silverback, Cheetah, Killer Croc and Man-Bat, Batman must swing into action to investigate. These animalistic villains bring new and exciting challenges for the hero of Gotham, and Batman must find a way to bring these criminal creatures to a halt!
But could the »
If you're still reeling from the news that Will Friedle and William Daniels are appearing on Girl Meets World, you better brace yourself. The season two teaser has arrived, and Eric and Mr. Feeny are both featured. It's going to give you a big dose of nostalgia, especially the sight of Mr. Feeny in a backyard with Topanga, Cory, and Shawn. Has your heart exploded with love yet? It will. Season two of the show begins on May 11 and will feature five new episodes over the first five days. »
“Riley’s met some outrageous things…you won’t believe what she meets next!” are the openings words of this all-new Girl Meets World Season 2 promo. However, what will make fans of the Disney Channel series (and particularly fans of the original Boy Meets World) very excited isn’t what Riley will be meeting in Season 2 but whom she’ll be meeting. As you can see in the video below, when Girl Meets World returns for its second season, it will be featuring some pretty fantastic guest stars, not only Rider Strong returning as Shawn, but also William Daniels and Will Friedle reprising their roles as Mr. Feeny and Eric. All of these big returns will be a part of Girls Meets World‘s premiere week, when the show will air five all-new episodes, one half hour every weeknight. Daniels’ Feeny, who was last seen at the end of the »
- Chris King
The former “Boy” is going to be getting help from some familiar faces as Disney Channel’s “Girl Meets World” gears up for its week-long Season 2 premiere celebration. Original “Boy Meets World” stars William Daniels and Will Friedle are both poised for a return, with the latter expected to stick around. Friedle portrayed Eric, big brother to Ben Savage’s Cory, throughout the entire original series’ run from 1993-2000. Daniels’ Mr. Feeny served as a mentor, friend, neighbor and teacher to both boys throughout the series as well. Now 88-years-old, Daniels will make his second trip to the sequel series when. »
- Jason Hughes
Marvel’s Korean YouTube channel has posted five shorts from the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy animated series, which introduces the team of cosmic heroes. Check them out below via Cbm…
Guardians of the Galaxy is set to land on Disney Xd later this year and features a voice cast that includes Will Friedle (Star-Lord), Vanessa Marshall (Gamora), Trevor Devall (Rocket Raccoon), Kevin Michael Richardson (Groot), David Soblov (Drax the Destroyer) and James Arnold Taylor (Cosmo).
- Gary Collinson
Source: Getty If you're a fan of the original series Boy Meets World and have been tuning in for the reboot, your prayers have just been answered. Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) and Eric Matthews (Will Friedle) will be making appearances on Girl Meets World in May. Daniels appeared in the pilot as a ghostly figure, but there's a chance he'll just be playing himself on the May 14 episode, which features the gang (including Rider Strong as Shawn) digging up a time capsule they buried 15 years ago. Friedle will make his debut on the May 15 episode as a mediator between quarreling Riley and Maya. We just have one thing to say about this news. »
"Boy Meets World" fans who've been keeping up with spinoff series "Girl Meets World" are in for a treat: Original "Boy" cast members William Daniels and Will Friedle are set to appear on the show's upcoming second season.
That's right, Mr. Feeny and Eric Matthews will be stopping by the series to impart some wisdom and provide some comic relief, respectively. This will be Daniels's second appearance on the Disney Channel show, while Friedle is making his series debut.
First up is Feeny, who's featured in the season two premiere on May 11, which revolves around Riley (Rowan Blanchard) and Maya (Sabrina Carpenter) meeting a new teacher. He'll also star in the May 14 episode, which will also feature the return of Shawn (Rider Strong), who joins Cory (Ben Savage), Topanga (Danielle Fishel), and the girls for a road trip to Philadelphia to dig up a time capsule.
Eric joins the series on the May 15 episode, »
- Katie Roberts
Fresh off last month’s big date-themed finale, the Girl Meets World crew is already plotting its return for Season 2 — and it’s sooner than you might think.
The premiere, titled “Girl Meets Gravity,” will air Monday, May 11 at 8:30/7:30c, our sister site Variety reports. Additional new episodes will air every night that week.
“Girl Meets World” fans don’t have to wait too long for the return of Riley, Cory and the rest of the gang.
Disney Channel has set Monday, May 11, for the season-two premiere of “Boy Meets World” spinoff “Girl Meets World,” Variety has learned. As an additional treat, one new episode of the show will debut each night May 12-15, totaling five new episodes throughout the week.
The May 15 episode will likely especially intrigue “Boy Meets World” fans, as it marks the return of Cory Matthews’ brother Eric. Will Friedle will make his first guest appearance on the show on that episode.
The season premiere, which guest stars Cloris Leachman, follows Riley and Maya as they embark on a new year at John Quincy Adams Middle School and are eager to transfer out of Cory’s class. The change, however, doesn’t offer the excitement and independence they hoped it would. »
- Alex Stedman
RelatedGirl Meets World Season Finale Recap: A Date With Destiny
The show’s writers on Tuesday confirmed that Anthony Tyler Quinn will reprise the role of Jonathan Turner, who served as the kids’ main teacher — and, more importantly, Shawn’s mentor — in Seasons 2, 3 and 4. He’ll make his first appearance in the episode titled “Girl Meets the New Teacher.”
In addition to Quinn, the second season of Girl Meets World will also »
Another week and television has come and gone, and like always, if you found yourself not able to keep up with the TV news over the past seven days, we here at TVOvermind have you covered with our feature, “The Week in Television.” This week, we’ve got headlines about some of the hottest shows on TV, including Empire, Arrow, and Scandal. – Empire continued to dominate this week, as the Fox drama saw its rating continue to grow for the sixth week straight. In its seventh episode on Wednesday night, Empire was watched by 12.94 million total viewers and drew a 5.1 rating in the key 18-49 demo. [HitFix] – Amazon has ordered five of its new pilots to series, including The Man in the High Castle and Mad Dogs, and renewed Mozart in the Jungle for a second season. [TVOvermind] – Boy Meets World‘s Will Friedle will voice Star-Lord in Disney Xd’s Guardians of the Galaxy animated series. »
- Chris King
Untitled Edward Snowden Film
Olyphant would play a CIA agent who befriended Snowden ( Joseph Gordon-Levitt) before he fled to Russia to seek asylum after leaking thousands of classified Nsa documents. Shailene Woodley and Tom Wilkinson are also onboard while Melissa Leo and Zachary Quinto are in talks for supporting roles. [Source: Variety]
The Burning Woman
Anne Hathaway is circling to star in "The Burning Woman" which Scott Free's Ridley Scott, Michael Schaefer and Michael Pruss will produce from a script by Brad Ingelsby. Set in a small, blue-collar town in Pennsylvania, Hathaway plays a woman whose teen daughter goes missing and she is left to raise her infant grandson alone.
The story is told over the course of eleven years, from the time her daughter vanishes, »
- Garth Franklin
Marvel has finalized its lead cast for Disney Xd’s upcoming “Guardians of the Galaxy” animated series. Vanessa Marshall (“Star Wars Rebels”) will voice Gamora. James Arnold Taylor (“Star Wars: Clone Wars”) will lend his talents to two characters: the hunter Yondu and the tough dog Cosmo. Yondu was portrayed by “The Walking Dead” actor Michael Rooker in the super blockbuster film. Also read: ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Animated Series Adds Will Friedle, David Sobolov On Tuesday, Marvel and Disney Channel PR kicked off series’ cast announcements on Twitter by naming Kevin Michael Richardson (“The Cleveland Show”) as Groot and Trevor Devall (“Eternals”) as Rocket. »
- Alicia Banks
As promised, Marvel and Disney Xd have continued to reveal more cast members for their Guardians of the Galaxy TV series throughout the week, with Vanessa Marshall signing on to voice Gamora and James Arnold Taylor taking on the dual role of both Yondu and Cosmo. In last year's live-action blockbuster Guardians of the Galaxy, Gamora was played by Zoe Saldana, while Michael Rooker played Yondu. They join previously-announced cast members Kevin Michael Richardson (Groot), Trevor Devall (Rocket Raccoon), Will Friedle (Star-Lord) and David Sobolov (Drax the Destroyer).
The series stars Peter Quill as Star-Lord, the brash adventurer who, to save the universe from its greatest threats, joins forces with a quartet of disparate misfits - fan-favorite Rocket Raccoon, a tree-like humanoid named Groot, the enigmatic, expert fighter Gamora and the rough-edged warrior Drax the Destroyer. The Marvel Animation series is executive produced by Alan Fine (Marvel's The Avengers, Iron Man, »
Over the past couple of days, Marvel has slowly been revealing the cast for its upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy animated series, and now two more names have been announced, with Vanessa Marshall (Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, Star Wars Rebels) set to portray the assassin Gamora, and James Arnold Taylor (Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Ultimate Avengers 2) supplying the voices for Yondu and Cosmo. Here are the official video announcements…
The duo will join the previously announced Will Friedle as Star-Lord, David Sobolov as Drax, Kevin Michael Richadson as Groot and Trevor Devall as Rocket Raccoon in the cast of the series, which will get underway on Disney Xd later this year.
- Gary Collinson
Marvel has announced who will provide the voice for the final member of the Guardians of the Galaxy in the upcoming Disney Xd animated series. Joining Kevin Michael Richardson as Groot, Trevor Devall as Rocket, Will Friedle as Star Lord and David Sobolov as Drax, will be Vanessa Marshall (who can currently be heard as the Ghost's pilot, Hera, in Star Wars Rebels) as "the most dangerous woman in the universe", Gamora. Like the other cast members, Marshall has plenty of experience having also played the likes of Mary Jane in The Spectacular Spider-Man, Black Widow in Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes , and Black Canary in Young Justice. Marvel will produce the series, with Alan Fine, Dan Buckley, Joe Quesada and Jeph Loeb on board as as executive producers. Update: James Arnold Taylor will voice Yondu and Cosmo. < »
Following on from the announcement that Kevin Michael Richardson and Trevor Devall will lend their voices to Groot and Rocket Raccoon in the Guardians of the Galaxy animated show, Marvel has now revealed two more members of the voice cast for the upcoming Disney Xd series.
David Sobolov, who appeared alongside Richardson’s Groot and Devall’s Rocket in the Ultimate Spider-Man episode ‘The Return of the Guardians of the Galaxy’ is set to reprise the role of Drax the Destroyer, while former Boy Meets World star Will Friedle will lend his voice to Peter Quill, a.k.a. Star-Lord.
Friedle has himself previously featured in Ultimate Spider-Man, portraying Deadpool, while his other voice work includes Terry McGinnis in Batman Beyond, Lion-o in the revamped Thundercats, and Bumblebee in Transformers: Prime.
Here are the official announcement videos…
So, that just leaves Gamora. Expect an announcement at some point today…
- Gary Collinson
Welcome to a special edition of our news round-up, this time focusing on three comic book adaptations. The female lead in the Deadpool movie has been cast, the voice actors for Star-Lord/Peter Quill, Drax, Groot, and Rocket have been revealed for Disney Xd's Guardians of the Galaxy animated series (and fans of Boy Meets World and Batman Beyond should be very pleased with the Quill casting), and it's been announced that a Dreadstar TV series is in the works with the creator of the comic book series, Jim Starlin, executive producing and writing the project.
Deadpool: According to The Hollywood Reporter, Morena Baccarin (Inara Serra from Firefly and Serenity, Homeland, Gotham) will play the female lead in the upcoming Ryan Reynolds-starring Deadpool movie. The name of Baccarin's character has not yet been revealed, so it's unknown if she'll play a character from the Marvel comic book universe. »
- Derek Anderson
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