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What’s the Sitch’ – A Kim Possible Movie Review and An Interview with Dr. Drakken – Todd Stashwick

TODD STASHWICK
KIM POSSIBLE – The live-action “Kim Possible” Disney Channel Original Movie stars Todd Stashwick as Dr. Drakken. (Disney Channel/Craig Sjodin)

Complete with the silly puns and goofy villains this Kim Possible movie delivers a powerful jump kick to your nostalgic heart. Take a look at the trailer.

I had been excited to see the Kim Possible movie ever since I heard it was being made. I caught it this morning on Disney Now and I really enjoyed it! I enjoyed the original cartoon, too, but did not watch it religiously. I can’t tell you everything that happened in all the episodes, but is enough in my wheelhouse that I can keep up with the best of them.

Leading up to the movie I was offered the chance to have a phone interview with Todd Stashwick who plays Dr. Drakken, a character that was voiced by voice over great, John DiMaggio. In my interview I learned that Todd and John are friends, have worked together and when he got the role John was the first person who called him to give his blessing. Todd makes a fantastic Dr. Drakken, too. He’s got the perfect look for the character. Todd was also a very personable guy and we had a fun interview together, lots of laughs. For a guy who plays such intense characters he was totally chill about everything even what comes next for him. There may be a lot more coming as he not only acts but writes as well, he screenrote "Suicide Squad 2," the sequel to the 2016 hit feature film, and co-wrote a Star Wars video game. And I’ll admit it. I now follow him on Instagram and he’s a geek as well, spent Valentine’s Day leveling up his D & D Character! He’s a sorcerer.

Todd Stashwick flexes this comedic chops as Dr. Drakken. From the first moment you meet him in the movie he makes you laugh. Todd actually started in comedy which is something I did not know at all from my years of watching him in network dramas like Burn Notice, Leverage, Weeds, Heroes and so many, many more shows. In those dramas where Todd comes in as a bad guy about to do bad things. But, even in those roles there is always something more to him than just a one dimensional bad guy. He brings something more to every role that he has. In the Kim Possible movie you have to watch his expressions and mannerisms. How he delivers lines and his physical comedy as well. Years working in improvisational and sketch comedy groups like The Second City in Chicago and Burn Manhattan in New York. Continue reading What’s the Sitch’ – A Kim Possible Movie Review and An Interview with Dr. Drakken – Todd Stashwick

Disney Junior’s “Triple Play Friday” has three all new Miles from Tomorrowland Episodes Today!

What a nice way to start of Spring with all new Miles from Tomorrowland episodes. These new episodes are part of Disney Junior’s “Triple Play Friday” programming event which features 3 back-to-back episodes of popular Disney Junior series airing each Friday throughout the month of March.

Below is the information for the new episodes, along with 2 clips from “Happy Captain’s Day”:

“Happy Captain’s Day / Planet of the Plants” premieres at 9:00 AM ET/PT on Disney Channel
In an effort to give Captain Phoebe a wonderful Captain’s Day, Miles, Loretta and Leo embark on a nearly impossible space-task. Then, during a mission to Antheia, a planet completely covered with orange plants, the Callistos discover something stranger than the plants.

“Ride of the Quarkons / Downsized” premieres at 9:25 AM ET/PT on Disney Channel
The Callistos encounter a pod of Quarkons blocking the Photon Superhighway. Then, when the Callisto family is accidently shrunken down by the Tomorrowland Mail-alien, the tiny family must work together to help Merc save an off-course starship.

“To the Goldilocks Zone / Hiccup in the Plan” premieres at 9:50 AM ET/PT on Disney Channel
Miles helps scout out the perfect planet for his Earth friend Haruna to live on. Then, the Callistos must figure out how to escape when a giant Sporjot alien swallows the Stellosphere.