15th March 2018 | TV
Here’s an entirely hypothetical question: If you were an American football playing zombie and fell in love with a cheerleader in an “against all the odds” situation, who would you want to play you in the movie about your life?
Well... the answer is that as a zombie your name would be Zed and you would be played by Milo Manheim and the cheerleader would be called Addison and she would be played by Meg Donnelly.
And the film would be broadcasted on Disney Channel on the 23rd of March at 6pm (GMT).
With singing and dancing.
Ahead of the TV premiere of Disney Channel’s new original movie ‘ZOMBIES’ (premiering on Disney Channel on the 23rd of March at 6pm (GMT) and starring Milo Manheim and Meg Donnelly) we interviewed the cast to find out more!
WR: The film is called ‘Zombies’ and it features zombies and zombies are scary. How scary is this film?
Meg: It’s not scary. Honest! It’s a movie about zombies, but it’s not scary.
Milo: It has incredible dancing, catchy songs and a really fun story.
Meg: The scariest thing about the movie is the humans, who don’t see eye-to-eye with zombies. There’s comedy. There’s romance. There’s a little bit of everything in the movie.
WR: Humans are often the scariest people anyway! What scares you in real life?
Meg: What scares me? I hate the darkness.
Milo: Me too! I am so scared of the dark, it’s not even funny. The dark is petrifying. You don’t know what’s there. It’s unknown. It’s horrible.
Meg: I agree! For me, it’s about the unknown. I think it’s terrifying that you don’t know what’s there in the darkness. It’s horrible.
23rd February 2018 | TV
When Big Hero 6 was released in 2014, the world fell in love with the likes of Baymax and Hiro Hamada as they attempted to defeat the masked man trying to take over the world with microbots.
Well, now you can pick up from where the film left off with… Big Here 6: The Series coming to Disney Channel and Disney XD from 1st March!
To get you (and us, in all fairness) in the mood for the new series we caught up with the cartoon’s creative team to unravel 10 inside secrets about Hiro, Baymax and their heroic high-tech friends…
1. The Series Picks Up Immediately After The Movie
The Series follows the story of six superheroes in San Fransokyo (sound familiar?) and picks up right where the film left off. “The last shot of the movie saw our heroes leaping at the camera,” explains executive producer Mark McCorkle. “We felt that it was the perfect place to start our show. We’re bringing back all of the characters that audiences know and love, but our story is about rebuilding Baymax and rebuilding the superhero team. The team needs to be convinced it is their purpose in life to be superheroes.”
2. There Are New Villains
What superhero series (or film) would be complete without fresh new villains? “We have lots of new villains in the first season of Big Hero 6 The Series,” admits Mark McCorkle. “Some of these villains are more serious and threatening, such as a character named Momakase. Others are a little sillier, such as Baron Von Steamer and Globby. Who else can we tell you about? Well, there’s a villain named Ned Ludd, who is an anti-technology hermit. There’s also Noodle Burger Boy, who might seem silly…
18th January 2018 | TV
Meagan is still figuring it all out, like the rest of us. In her blog, titled ‘Figuring It All Out’ she talks about life and, mostly, how she’s still figuring it all out. You get the point of this now? Great
In the past few weeks, I’ve found myself re-watching all the seasons of Grey’s Anatomy… for the sixth time. I can’t help it, it’s really good and I feel like I know things about medicine now (although they’re probably wrong)! Anyway, Season 14 is just a few weeks away so I’m excited.
I sat down and began thinking about some of the other great TV shows that are worth bingeing, here are my picks!
Game of Thrones
Winter is here and GOT is coming to an end so now is the time to begin watching this show. It’s on HBO and I love it. It’s about seven kingdoms fighting for one thing: the throne. You’ve got the white walkers, diar wolves and the mother of dragons. Give it a shot and maybe you’ll like it as much as I do.
This show on Netflix frightens you, fascinates you and leaves you wondering if any of this can actually become reality. The show centres around future technology that reached scientific mentality to the extreme and each episode is a different story. I recommend watching it if you enjoy Sci-Fi.
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
Amazon hit the jackpot with this show. Set in the 50s in New York City, the show revolves around a perfectly good housewife trying to support her husband’s dreams, only for him to cheat on her and to leave her homeless. After moving in with her parents, it turns out that…