WWTBAM-Animation Edition S5E3: Being Daring! w/Paul Astell

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Animation blogger, Paul Astell, participates in Episode 3 of this Season 5 of my Who Wants to Be a Millionaire-Animation Edition games! Does he make it to the million? Watch to find out!

Paul’s blog: Feeling Animated

Swanpride’s blogs: Honoring the Heroines and Movies and Lyrics

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WWTBAM-Animation Edition S5E2: Was It Mononoke? w/Jonathan North

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Appearing on Episode 2 of Season 5 of my Who Wants to Be a Millionaire-Animation Edition games is fellow animation lover, Jonathan North! He’s back from Season 4 for another chance to get to the million? Does he make it this time? Watch to find out!

(I am aware that the first question shown was also the first question on Jonathan’s first time on the show. I assure you that I didn’t realize at the time and that it was purely accidental.)

Jonathan’s YT channel: I Heart Animation

Jonathan’s Twitter: @jonjnorth

Swanpride’s blogs: Honoring the Heroines and Movies and Lyrics

WWTBAM-Animation Edition S5E1: Return of the PBS Shows! w/Stanford Clark

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Season 5 of my Who Wants to Be a Millionaire-Animation Edition games has finally arrived! Starting off the season is fellow animation lover, film blogger, and previous contestant, Stanford Clark. Does he make the million this time? Watch to find out!

Stanford’s blog: Movies Past and Present

Stanford’s Twitter: @StanfordClark

Swanpride’s blogs: Honoring the Heroines and Movies and Lyrics

‘WWTBAM-Animation Edition’ Season 5 Contestants Roster

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Good news, readers!

I have decided to do a 5th season of my Who Wants to Be a Millionaire-Animation Edition games! It’s set to debut next week and last until the end of the year, so keep a lookout for the forthcoming games!

The expert this season will be Disney and animation lover, swanpride, from the blogs, Honoring the Heroines, The Science of Adaptation, and Movies and Lyrics!

The contestants are listed alphabetically by first name as follows:

  1. Andrew Garrison (The Movie Guy and Friends, @TheMovieGuy14)
  2. Brian Crawford (@disneycave1955)
  3. Chelsea Robson (Chelsea Robson, @ChelseaRobson)
  4. Eli Sanza (Entertainment Junkie Blog, @ejunkie2014)
  5. Jonathan J. North (Jonathan North – Movie Reviews & More!, @jonjnorth)
  6. LCScreentalk (LC Screen Talk, @LCScreenTalk)
  7. Olaf Lesniak (Comic Booger, @greg10gregory)
  8. Paul Astell (Feeling Animated)
  9. Stanford Clark (Movies Past and Present, @StanfordClark)
  10. Wes Troop (The A-List Review, @WesAlist)

Ending my DreamWorks Animation-Forgotten/Minor Characters Project!

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Hello readers,

As the title suggests, I’m ending my DreamWorks Animation-Forgotten/Minor Characters project. I haven’t enjoyed doing it and have been disappointed with my writings related to it. So I decided to take a lesson from my fellow blogger friend, Rachel Wagner, and just end my project here rather than drudge through it til the end!

I shall be deleting all the posts I wrote for it as well, but I wanna thank all of you who took the time to read them! Don’t worry, future projects are on the way!

‘My Live Action Disney Project’ Reminder

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Hello readers,

This is mainly for my new followers who might not already know: I have a second blog entitled My Live Action Disney Project, wherein I attempt to watch and review every theatrically released live-action Disney movie ever made. If you’re interested, please check it out by clicking here. I’ll greatly appreciate it! Thanks!

DisneyToon Studios Shuts Down!

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The big, sad news currently in the Disney world is that DisneyToon Studios has been shut down! For those unfamiliar with it, DisneyToon Studios was Disney’s second animation studio which produced a few theatrical films (such as A Goofy Movie, The Tigger Movie, Return to Never Land, The Jungle Book 2, the Planes films, etc.), but was more famous for producing direct-to-video films (such as the Aladdin sequels, the Beauty and the Beast sequels, the Cinderella sequels, the The Hunchback of Notre Dame sequel, the Mulan sequel, the Tinker Bell films, etc.)

Producing a good 47 films, the studio was even working on a Planes spin-off film, but due to the shutdown, said film is no longer in development. For more on the shutdown, read this: https://www.indiewire.com/2018/06/disneytoon-studios-shuts-down-disney-glendale-1201979736/.

What is your favorite DisneyToon Studios film? Mine is probably The Lion King II: Simba’s Pride.

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