The Australian singer-songwriter voices a pop-star pony whose long-banged, half-blond, half-brunette mane looks awfully familiar.
Josh Gad is going into battle for Toy Wars! The upcoming limited series for Amazon will dramatize the fierce conflict between toymakers Hasbro, the makers of G.I. Joe, Transformers, and My Little Pony, and Mattel, of Barbie fame and fortune. Gad will adapt the script from a nonfiction book about the plastic-peddling conglomerates with the help of writer Ryan Dixon, director Seth Gordon, and O.C. creator Josh Schwartz. Schwartz’s own father will be the basis for a character in the series, as Stephen Schwartz was one of Hasbro’s “Three Musketeers,” who elevated the business into the top toy company in the world.
Welcome to the final installment of our pre-San Diego Comic-Con collectible showcase. There's something for every TV fan, whether you're a fan of 'The Walking Dead' or 'Shark Tank.'
This exclusive new teaser trailer for Season 6 of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic is the Game of Thrones-Pony mash-up you had no idea you wanted but you totally needed. During the one-hour season premiere, Princess Twilight Sparkle and the rest of the Mane 6 will head to the Crystal Empire for the “Crystalling” of Princess Cadance and Shining Armor’s new baby, Flurry Heart. My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic Season 6 premieres on Saturday, March 16, at 11 a.m. on Discovery Family.
It’s the end of the year, and as you know many movie blogs and fan sites will do several best movies of the year posts, or preview looking at movies coming out in 2016. Well, since that’s covered to death, let’s instead find out what our future selves will be watching two years from now, in 2017.
The mere mention of My Little Pony sends fans into paroxysms of joy. The equine brand began life as a 1980s toy, morphing over the years into a multimedia empire, whose latest incarnation’s message of tolerance and inclusion has won followers worldwide. In her exhaustive new book My Little Pony: The Art of Equestria, out Oct. 13, author Mary Jane Begin traces the development of MLP from toy to ‘toon through hundreds of never-before-seen sketches and pieces of concept art. Click through for an exclusive sneak peek.