Yes, the production staff of The Walt Disney Company is expanding Tinker Bell's role from her appearance in Peter Pan, so that her voice can be heard in any future Disney activity from 2016 onwards, these include commercials featuring Disney characters, associated productions from BBC-Discovery Kids, all future feature-length films and TV programs where Tinker Bell appears, etc., which means she does not only speak in tinkling bells anymore and is not a silent character anymore, though her glowing light powers are still used whenever Peter Pan is around or not. The most interesting fact is that after Disney Fairies movie canon is completely over and because of the revival of America's motion picture and television industry, it is definitely going to happen; also, news will be reported and sources will be given very soon.
And I really know that MORE than 100 Disney Consumer Products franchises will revive altogether, with many properties based on Walt Disney Classics feature films from the past-20th century and its spin-offs, Classic Disney Cartoon Shorts and Comic Books, Mickey MouseWorks and House of Mouse, and others of which I meant to say as of next year. This year, everything will be out of the Disney Vault forever, and 43 feature-length films from the "Walt Disney Classics" canon of the past-"20th century" are all being updated, along with 2 family feature-length films from the Touchstone Pictures label, titled "The Nightmare Before Christmas" and "Who Framed Roger Rabbit", the vast majority of all other family films that are non-Disney, either traditionally animated, just live-action, and live-action/animated.
That one thing I really know is that Disney's "FastPlay" service won't be on any future DVD, Blu-ray or Digital releases of Disney feature films and TV shows, as of January 2017. Therefore, Walt Disney Records would make clear ink-label CDs, the same as almost any record labels, and DVDs, Blu-rays and HD Digital discs would be made in clear ink-label form by Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment and all other home video companies that are either current or future. The one fact that everyone knows is that clear ink-label DVDs, Blu-rays and HD Digital Video discs would be present on 804 single-film releases and 100 double-film releases (each with DVD and Blu-ray combo packs that have 2 or 3 DVDs and 2 or 3 Blu-rays and 2-disc or 3-disc DVD-only editions of feature films from the past-20th century would get released from 2017 onwards.
Everyone knows that character editing, dialogue editing, effects editing, and sound effects editing would be done by a majority of filmmakers, television producers, and character actors who do so between this year and almost six years later. Updating 1,004 family feature-length films and all episodes of almost each and every one of the 100 TV shows/cartoons would be great. And everyone will know that since all industries are updating with more economic growth and with a whole lot of new people living in all new homes of a few existing neighborhoods being completely updated everytime since now, majorities of filmmakers, television producers, and character actors would update them and to work on 2,000 new feature films and 1,000 new TV shows as extras to 1,000 of the 1,200 movies and 500 of the 1,000 newly-upcoming TV shows.
You're probably knowing very much because sending info would be present to everyone else in the whole world, such as an awful whole lot of new people from this and the next generation.
Derek Despie Redux, let me get this straight, you said that the sequel shows for the majority of the Walt Disney Classics feature films and all of its spin-offs are in the works. I wonder if they're working on the midquel shows too? For example: A show that was based on Tarzan II. Is that show going to be on Disney Channel next year as part of the Disney Channel Afternoon block, according to the Walt Disney Company?
I got that awfully correct, thank you?......Oh, and I bet if Disney, Sony Pictures, and Hallmark are finally signing an agreement with multiple companies worldwide around this year, they will have The Jim Henson Company finally reacquiring the rights and ownership of The Muppets and Bear in the Big Blue House as well as Marvel Entertainment and Lucasfilm becoming independent companies, they will be just before our new joint-venture media company "The Media Club" is being established around this spring.
And you might say that catalogues of American Greetings, Hasbro, Lucasfilm, Marvel Comics, and the majority of Jim Henson Company properties such as Muppets and Bear in the Big Blue House characters, they will be acquired and to be under license by Disney, Sony Pictures, and Hallmark first, then they will acquire the licensing rights to Tezuka Productions' Astro Boy, Eon Productions' "James Bond, 007" franchise, Atomic Cartoons and Teletoon's "Atomic Betty" from Time Warner, Beano Productions' "Dennis the Menace and Gnasher", Scholastic's "Goosebumps", Paul Fusco Productions' "ALF", Mattel's "Barbie", Sanrio, Inc.'s "Hello Kitty and Friends", among other worldwide properties and third-party rights character franchises after that.