Chip n' Dale Coming To Disney+

Not sure what to think of this one. I love Chip n' Dale. They've always been two of my favorite characters. From their time tormenting Donald Duck, all the way to Rescue Rangers. As usual per late, I'm not digging this new animation look at all. I've realized though, if the content is good, I'll come around to it eventually. D23 reported the announcement as such, "Chip ‘n’ Dale is currently in production for Disney+. The seven-minute episodes will chronicle the beloved little critters’ adventures in the big city through nonverbal, classic-style comedy. Disney’s London-based animation team partnered with the award-winning Parisian production studio Xilam Animation to develop the series, which combines a traditional style of animation with contemporary, comedic narratives. Jean Cayrol directs Chip ‘n’ Dale, and Marc du Pontavice serves as producer." So they're going back to their roots in the form of shorts. I've grown to love the new Mickey & Friends shorts. So, that's cool with me. This pic just doesn't scream their mischievous ways will still be present. Like they're gonna  be somewhere between their original form & what we saw on Rescue Rangers. Anyway, what do y'all think? Not much to base a synopsis on, but what's this pic say to you? Put it in the comments, like, & share.


Pixar Introduces "SparkShorts"

This is a really awesome concept! Disney*Pixar is opening up the studio to every department to create their own shorts. With a limited budget Pixar's looking for the next big thing in animation, that might just happen to be right under their nose the whole time. I can't wait to see these. In the wake of Lasseter's departure they're desperately going to need some new creative spark. Which is exactly what they're looking for here. Hence the name, SparkShorts. I'm already more interested in this than I was with the announcement of Onward . Their next big film, supposed to come next year. I love it the "little guys" get a chance to shine. You usually find some real magic there. Anyway, what's your thoughts on this new project? Put 'em in the comments, like, & share.