Jimmy’s Daily Planet keeps up with new movie trailers. I also have lots of young nieces and nephews.
Featuring a brand new trailer from Disney, today’s blog post is for them.
And Disney’s Christopher Robin is for anybody with an active, playful imagination.
The ’80s and ’90s are never going away. Boomshakalaka! And in the tomorrow night’s brand new Roseanne episode, a special guest is making his return to the Conners house.
Johnny Galecki reuniting with Sara Gilbert is a modern-day Roseanne reunion via the ’90s, as well as a Big Bang Theory reunion from several years back, which is another mega-popular sitcom on a different major network for these two TV actors who remain desired talents for their new and beloved characters in the era of streaming and limitless channels and viewing options because of people’s nostalgia for the past in the present.
Did Christopher Nolan write and direct this Roseanne episode?
Have a Better Week Than Last Week.
Kids, teenagers, college kids, adults Everybody rejoice!
“An app called Mario Kart Tour is set to be released in the next financial year, meaning anywhere between April 2018 and March 2019.”
–-“Nintendo is bringing Mario Kart to smartphones,” Sam Byford (The Verge)
The eternal gaming favorite Mario Kart that knows no age limit is finally expanding into the mobile space. Given Nintendo’s delayed entry into the smartphone sector for users around the world with this specific game, it begs an important question:
Will the Mario Kart experience seamlessly translate on an iPhone and/or Android phone?
That’s really the pivotal inquiry Nintendo should be concerned with answering pre-launch. Can Mario Kart be played successfully on a mobile device without gaming hiccups? Certainly, the cloud-based gaming prospects are exciting. Yes. However, again, will the quality transfer and/or even improve on our handheld supercomputers that are occasionally used as phones? What about the lack of physical buttons on smartphones? Will the size of a phone screen correctly scale the Mario Kart experience in a satisfying manner?
As a lifelong Mario Kart fan, I hope the answer to these questions is yes. Either way, I know my nephew is already planning my gaming demise in our next round of Mario Kart races and challenges.
He’s no Luigi…he’s a Mario.
It seems like a match made in
heaven a shoe with its laces.
Mia Galuppo of The Hollywood Reporter has reported that America’s favorite everyman Tom Hanks is set to portray America’s favorite next door neighbor of yesteryear:
The film will be a biopic titled You Are My Friend. Interestingly, Tom Hanks played another affable American icon back in 2013 as Walt Disney in Saving Mr. Banks co-starring the quick-witted Emma Thompson. Given Mr. Rogers’ sunny disposition that never appeared to set, what was he like beyond his polite TV persona?
Here’s a quick flashback, calming as always in front of the camera.
Where’s my sweater vest…?