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Posted Friday 8/17/18 at 1:55PM EDT
Disney Channel unveils Star Wars Resistance's first trailer and premiere date
The animated series taking place before The Force Awakens premieres Oct. 7, with a focus on resistance pilot Kazuda “Kaz” Xiono. Oscar Isaac will lend his voice as Poe Dameron.
Posted Thursday 8/16/18 at 4:38PM EDT
Will Friedle: I turned down the chance to be in the Kim Possible live-action movie
“I am not in the Kim Possible movie,” the actor, who voiced Ron Stoppable on the original animated series, tells Page Six. “In all fairness, Disney asked and I just didn’t think it was for me.”
Posted Monday 8/13/18 at 8:43AM EDT
Christy Carlson Romano will appear in the Kim Possible movie, joined by Patton Oswalt
Romano, who voiced the animated character, will appear in the live-action movie in a cameo role. Oswalt will play the villainous Professor Dementor, the same character he voiced in the show.
Posted Friday 8/03/18 at 3:50PM EDT
Disney Channel greenlights space alien comedy Gabby Duran & The Unsittables
Kylie Cantrall, age 12, will play the title role in the comedy about a pre-teen babysitter who's put in charge of "an unruly group of very important extraterrestrial children who are hiding out on Earth with their families, disguised as everyday kids."
Posted Saturday 7/21/18 at 9:16PM EDT
Check out the first photo of the live-action Kim Possible movie
See a side-by-side comparison of Sadie Stanley with her animated predecessor.
Posted Friday 7/06/18 at 3:07PM EDT
Bug Juice summer camp reality show returns this month to Disney Channel
Bug Juice: My Adventures at Camp premieres July 16. The 16-part reboot of the hit 1990s summer camp reality show was filmed at Camp Waziyatah in Waterfdord, Maine, the location for the original Bug Juice series that ran for three seasons beginning in 1998.
Posted Thursday 7/05/18 at 12:34PM EDT
Selena Gomez celebrated Independence Day by reuniting with her Wizards of Waverly Place brother
Source: Entertainment Weekly
"Brudder & sissy," Gomez captioned one of her picks with former Disney Channel co-star David Henrie.
Posted Friday 6/22/18 at 5:17PM EDT
Kim Possible live-action movie casts Raven's Home star as Wade
Issac Ryan Brown will take on the role of Kim’s computer-whiz accomplice Wade Load on Disney Channel's live-action movie based on the hit animated series.
Posted Wednesday 6/13/18 at 1:59PM EDT
Disney Channel's Freaky Friday musical will premiere on a Friday in August
The newest version of the classic mother-daughter body-swap will air on Friday, Aug. 10.
Posted Thursday 5/31/18 at 1:46PM EDT
Disney Channel renews Tangled: The Series
The animated adventure comedy starring Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi will return for a third season.
Posted Friday 5/25/18 at 10:33AM EDT
Alyson Hannigan boards Kim Possible movie
She'll play Kim's brain surgeon mother on the live-action Disney Channel film.
Posted Monday 5/21/18 at 6:27PM EDT
Disney Channel's Descendants 3 casts Cheyenne Jackson
He'll voice Hades, the ruler of the Underworld from the 1997 Disney musical Hercules and the father of Dove Cameron's Mal.
Posted Friday 5/11/18 at 1:50PM EDT
Raven-Symoné's Raven's Home returning for Season 2 with a four-episode rollout
The Disney Channel That’s So Raven sequel series returns for Season 2 on Monday, June 25, followed by three new episodes coming out on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of that week.
Posted Friday 5/04/18 at 1:53PM EDT
Disney Channel orders sitcom about middle schoolers who crowdsource their decisions to their millions of online followers
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
Coop and Cami Ask the World stars Dakota Lotus and "social media influencer/actress" Ruby Rose Turner as a brother/sister duo who turn to their internet followers to make nearly all their decisions, whether important or mundane.
Posted Monday 4/30/18 at 6:42AM EDT
Miley Cyrus retracts "near-nude pic" apology from 10 years ago
Cyrus marked the 10th anniversary of her Annie Leibovitz Vanity Fair photoshoot that scandalized her since she was a 15-year-old star on Disney Channel's Hannah Montana at the time. "IM NOT SORRY," she tweeted with a screenshot of her on the cover of New York Post at the time. "F*ck YOU #10yearsago"