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The Future Of Star Wars and Marvel

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BUCKLE UP!!! The next few years are going to be pretty wild. Disney announced the future projects for the Star Wars Universe.   An Untitled Star Wars Movie directed by Taika Waititi is due for release in 2025. He was the director of Thor: Ragnarok (2017), the episode “Redemption” in The Mandalorian (2019), and the future Thor: Love and Thunder (2022). As an actor, you will recognize him as Korg in the MCU and the IG-11 droid in The Mandalorian. IMDB Information The Obi-Wan Kenobi live-action series will be released on Disney+ sometime in the next few years. Filming for the show will begin March 2021. Ewan McGregor will return as Obi-Wan and Hayden Christiansen will return as Darth Vader. The show will take place ten years after the ending of Revenge of the Sith (2005). IMDB Information Ahsoka will be another live-action television series for release on Disney+ in the next upcoming years. Rosario Dawson will reprise her role of Ahsoka from The Mandalorian in this series

RIP Sir Sean Connery

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I am sure you have all heard about the passing of Sean Connery, the first actor to portray James Bond on the big screen, and possibly the reason why the Bond films took off and did so well. For Disney, he starred in the family film Darby O'Gill and the Little People (1959) and for the last 13 years was the last surviving castmember until his passing yesterday. For Disney's Hollywood Pictures his starred in Medicine Man (1992) and The Rock (1996). For Disney's label Miramax , he starred in the romantic comedy Playing By Heart (1998). Now that Disney owns Lucasfilm , I'm sure we can count his appearance as Professor Henry Jones, Indiana Jones' father, in Indian Jones and the Last Cruisade (1989). He turned down the role of reprising Henry Jones in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008) because he wanted to stay retired. The black and white photo is of him and his Darby O'Gill co-star Janet Munro (also from Swiss Family Robinson and Thir

The Article About Me in the Contra Costa Times (July 20, 2012)

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The Contra Costa Times interviewed me and wrote an article about writing my book on July 20, 2012. It was in the section of the paper for Antioch News, Brentwood News and Pittsburg News. They came to my book signing at Stories: A Family Owned Bookshop in Brentwood (now closed). In case you can't read it, here is what it said; Disneyland has become a destination for young and the young at heart since it opened this week 57 years ago. With its ever-changing array of attractions, the park can be a bit overwhelming, especially when tugging along after the youngsters and trying to find your way around the park without getting lost. Joshua Shaffer has some ideas that might help make for a much better trip. The Antioch resident has spent the past six years working on publishing his ideas, fun Disney facts and more in his new book "Discovering the Magic Kingdom: An Unofficial Disneyland Vacation Guide." The book offers readers not only ways to save money but interesting facts he

Disney Princess Wardrobe Changes

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There have been debates about which Disney Princess has the most wardrobe changes in their origin movie (not in the sequels or television series). Here is your visual representation for each Disney Princess so you can make that judgment for yourself. This list is also based on the 12 princesses in the official Disney Princess lineup. www.Princess.Disney.com If you want to know why certain princesses aren't in the collection, please see this article. Why Aren't All Of Them Disney Princesses? Elsa and Anna are not in the Disney Princess collection, but if you want to see their wardrobe, here it is. If you like this information, you should get yourself a copy of my book. It has over 3,700 fun facts in it about Disneyland and Disney Movies. www.DisneyGuy.org