Disney's House of Mouse, one of the greatest Disney crossovers could get rebooted and feature newer characters while dropping the underrated ones (except Cruella De Vil and Hades). It will also be inspired by the talk shows hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, Ellen, etc. It will be the first animated sitcom to get laugh tracks.
This reboot apparently follows the same concept but with special changes. In this version, Mickey, Minnie, Anna, and Elsa, the hosts of the show welcome the guests, various Disney characters and including the viewers at home. Their friends from the Mickey Mouse universe, DuckTales, TaleSpin, Lilo and Stitch, and the Frozen series work for them. The hosts demonstrate several cartoons and shorts (including 2013 Mickey Mo…
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Since the success of the DuckTales reboot, there needs to be a reboot of its spinoff as liked by many fans. This will however be a standalone series in which it will star Olaf from Frozen and Professor Ludwig von Drake as Darkwing's sidekicks. Launchpad McQuack will however make a few guest appearances.
When St. Canard is is huge trouble, Darkwing tends to save the entire city. At first, Olaf, who has arrived from Arendelle, convinces Darkwing to be his sidekick by teaching him wise statements and brotherly magic shared from Anna and Elsa whom he doesn't want to hear Olaf mention them. However, after Olaf demonstrates his strengths and capabilities, Darkwing accepts.
- Drake Mallard/Darkwing Duck (voiced by Jim Cummings) - The main hero who is kno…
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Okay, we all know that the Frozen cast appeared in Frozen: Northern Lights (the Lego cartoons) andABC's Once Upon a Time (without Olaf), but it would be more interesting if it had a TV series which could have a new cast in addition to Kristen Bell and Jonathan Groff, the voices of Anna and Kristoff respectively and air on a Disney Afternoon reboot and then move to Disney Channel. Like Olaf's Frozen Adventure it will not be produced by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee and the music will not be composed by the Lopez couple.
The show will involve a new plot though Anna and Kristoff would break up as it will not be a continuation of the film series but a standalone spin-off series. It could only run for two seasons. In the second season, Olaf would appear l…Read more >
Walt Disney World needs to have an updated version of Fantasmic! like Disneyland has. But most of the show will be the same as the Disneyland version but with slight changes.
The lights turn out as a female narrator welcomes everybody to the show. Soon, Mickey, in his traditional tuxedo, appears onstage getting ready to discover colorful fountains and toy with them which causes him to laugh. He moves to the second floor of the stage and shoots pyrotechnics from his index fingers. He then makes a comet and proceeds to his famous Sorcerer's Apprentice scene where he continues conducting stars and shooting ones. Then a projection of him appears on top of the mountain and he brings several brooms carrying buckets and splashing the entire place. …
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I decided to come up with a Magic Kingdom show idea called One Man's Dream 2.0: Mickey's Rolling Film Festival. This will be similar to the Tokyo version which was redesigned from the original One Man's Dream show which also appeared at Disneyland for a short while and replace (and be a slight contemporary adaptation of) Mickey's Royal Friendship Faire. However, the intro to the show, the curtain call finale, and the character dialogue will be performed in Japanese (with the exception of Jack Sparrow) while the rest of the sung parts will be performed in English.
Here are some details regarding the show and some differences between this, the current Tokyo one, and the first one:
- There will be two large screens on both sides of the stage: One f…