The Force is Strong with The Disney Star Wars App

The best way to waste some time? Download the Disney Star Wars app that can take awesome Selfies, teach you to become a Sith or a Jedi by wielding a lightsaber, and keeps you up to date on all the Star Wars news! There is more, but in the two hours of pure fun I have spent on this app I have only explored three of the features. I now however, have a file full of awesome Star Wars Selfies! Let me share 2…or maybe 3.

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And you know what is truly brilliant? The whole family was having fun with this app! So not only was it a fun way to waste time, I spent that time with my family. We were laughing, taking selfies, learning how to use a lightsaber, and simply having a blast…so I guess it wasn’t a waste of time after-all!



There are so many more features to check out on this app. I mean, it is loaded with Star Wars facts, information, news updates, weather, Emojis, animated gifs and so much more. The emojis are especially cute! They include the Original Trilogy, The Pre-Trilogy, Rebels, and even a few from Star Wars: The Force Awakens!

The Official Star Wars App site on Google Play shares more of what can be found inside the app. If you watch the video afterwards, I can almost guarantee you will be downloading this to your tablet or phone. Oh and did I mention that this app is FREE? Yeah, free, as in no money needed.

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“The Star Wars app is your official mobile connection to a galaxy far, far away.

With a dynamic interface, the Star Wars app immerses you in breaking news, rich media, social updates, special events, and interactive features. Here’s where the fun begins:

  • Get instant notifications on big announcements, including trailer releases and movie news
  • Theme your app with Light Side, Dark Side, or Droid interfaces, each containing different designs, sounds, and animations
  • Unlock 3D characters from Star Wars: The Force Awakens using a special Augmented Reality camera feature
  • Take and share a Star Wars “selfie” in various iconic costumes and settings, including Jedi, Princess Leia (with hair buns), Han Solo’s carbon freeze, and more
  • Get Star Wars-themed weather and five-day forecasts, featuring original art and parallax effects of in-universe planets and locales
  • Wield a lightsaber and hone your skills against a training remote, as seen in Star Wars: A New Hope
  • Share Emojis and animated GIFs with your friends and family
  • Discover behind-the-scenes fun facts with This Day In Star Wars History
  • Play classic sound clips and sound effects from your favorite Star Wars characters, creatures, weapons, vehicles, and scenes
  • Get quick updates with a snapshot news ticker
  • Count down to major releases like Star Wars: The Force Awakens with an always-running timer
  • Sign up for Star Wars ID and join the growing Star Wars fan community; choose an avatar, create your own handle, and build a connected profile
  • Read official Star Wars news and blogs from, as well as app-exclusive content, including the latest on Star Wars: The Force Awakens, creator interviews, and more
  • Follow official Star Wars social channels via aggregated, customizable feeds from Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Tumblr, Google+, and Twitter
  • Watch official Star Wars videos, including movie trailers, behind-the-scenes featurettes, and more
  • Discover the latest Star Wars digital apps, products and experiences from one central hub


Free Cubeecraft Paper Craft of Margo from Despicable Me

Margo is the oldest of the three girls Gru adopted to grab a shrink ray. Margo is less childish than Edith and Agnes and usually wants to do things by the book like starting with the A’s than the B’s and so on and so forth. Although she loves to have a little fun such as having fun on a roller-coaster or destroying booths that cheat people out of their money. She is also very independent and stubborn. When Gru wanted them to deliver cookies first she insisted that they had to attend ballet practice. Gru could not convince her otherwise.

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She is very slow to trust, probably from years of broken promises and disappointments. Somehow Gru makes up for all his faults and Margo accepts him as her dad.

This cubeecraft features Margo from Despicable Me. She is wearing her iconic Lorax t-shirt with her jacket and plaid skirt.

To Build the Cubeecraft:
Materials needed:
Card stock
x-acto knife

To make:

  1. Cut out each item along the outer black lines.
  2. Cut along the white on each tab using the x-acto knife
  3. Cut along each red line using the x-acto knife
  4. Fold along each inner solid black line and slide each tab into the slots you created with an x-acto knife to form a cube of the head, body, arms, and feet
  5. Slide the arms through the red slots on either side of the body.
  6. Slide the feet through the red slots at the base of the body.
  7. Slide the now completed body through the red lots of the head.

She is done. To download this cubeecraft click the links below and save them to your computer. Then print and create!

The Seventh Dwarf now on Blu-ray and DVD

The Seventh Dwarf Blu-Ray

Grab the all new adventure of The Seventh Dwarf On Blu-ray and DVD Today! Get lost in a fairy tale world of enchantment featuring Snow White, the seven dwarfs, Cinderella, Princess Rose (a.k.a. Sleeping Beauty) and more. When and accident cause the whole kingdom to fall into a deep sleep it is up to a little dwarf to save the day. I should warn you however, that the seven dwarfs are not the seven dwarfs from the original Disney movie Snow White. These little guys are…different to say the least.



While each dwarf still has his own quirky name and behavior, they are different from the original seven dwarfs. We will not see Grumpy, Sleepy, Bashful, Sneezy, Happy, Doc, or Dopey. Instead we have three of the seven dwarfs with individual unique names while the other four have more smurf-like names.

Names of The Seven Dwarfs:

  • Bobo – Proof that heroes come in small sizes.
  • Speedy – Ready to look at things with a new perspective.
  • Tschakka – Always ready for action.
  • Ralphy – Always there to support a friend
  • Cooky – One fantastic cook.
  • Cloudy – A grumpy dwarf.
  • Sunny – The optimistic opposite of his brother, Cloudy.

Check out this sneak peek of the seven dwarfs when the meet Princess Rose:

In celebration of The Seventh Dwarf arriving on Blu-Ray and DVD, Global Screen has released a fun little activity pack featuring three fun printables!

  • Bobo’s Maze – Help Bobo find his friend Burny
  • Word Search – find words pertaining to the film
  • Coloring Page – Color Princess Rose

The best part is these are free to download, simply click the image below and save the PDF to your computer.

The Seventh Dwarf Activity pages

Be sure to check out the site! Take the fun quizzes and read more about The Seventh Dwarf
The Seventh Dwarf

Join all seven dwarfs for an adventure as big as they are small!
It’s the eve of Princess Rose’s 18th birthday. Everyone in the kingdom has come to Fantabularasa Castle to celebrate including Snow White, the Seven Dwarfs, Cinderella and Red Riding Hood. But just before the stroke of midnight Bobo, the youngest dwarf, accidentally pricks the finger of Princess Rose (a.k.a. Sleeping Beauty) with a cursed needle and sends the kingdom into a century-long slumber! To find Rose’s true love, Jack, to save her with a kiss, Bobo and the other six dwarfs must go on a treacherous journey, face a fiery dragon and outwit the jealous, scheming and evil witch, Dellamorta!

This hilarious mash-up of the best classic fairy tales for young and old alike, features a winged dragon, a brave little dwarf, non-stop laughs and toe-tapping songs!

Special Features Include:
-Character profiles
-Downloadable Royal Birthday Invitation

The Colors of Suffrage for Women’s Equality Day

It is hard to believe that 95 years ago, on August 26, 1920, Women received the right to vote. Actually let me revise that, after a fierce battle, protests and a lot of indignity, Women fought for and earned the right to vote. We are no longer treated like second-class citizens, but are given the same privileges that a man is given in the United States of America. With this being a Campaign year for a new president, it is important to remember that these rights and privileges did not just pop out of the dirt like flowers on a spring day. No, The dirt had to be soften, sifted, patted and watered for the seed of Women’s Equality to grow. It was a long fight and one that didn’t end well for many women on that battle ground.

#WomensEqualityDay Suffragette

The importance of the battle for Women’s Equality can be found in the new movie Suffragette being released October 23. It is a drama about women who were willing to lose everything in their fight for equality in early-20th-century Britain, including their jobs, their homes, their children, and even their lives. Although this film takes place in Britain, it can be compared to what women in the US had to go through to get our rights to vote as well. Without these brave and determined women willing to make the ultimate sacrifices, women today may still have been second-class citizens.

Watch the trailer below and catch a sneak peek into the world of Suffragettes.

In honor of such sacrifices, I invite you to join me tomorrow, Aug 26, 2015 and share the significance of Women’s Equality Day (#WomensEqualityDay) and the all new movie Suffragette (#Sufragette) by wearing the colors of suffrage – purple, for dignity and ability, green for hope, and white for purity. Share the colors and celebrate the 95th Anniversary of 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote back in 1920.

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Learn more facts and info about Woman’s Suffrage in this awesome printable that shares facts about Women’s Equality, important people of the time, and a little quiz to check your knowledge. Click the image below to download this free printable!

95th anniversary votes for women

While kids may not be able to watch the Suffragette trailer (it is pretty intense) or watch the upcoming movie, they can still learn a little history using the printable fact sheet above. You could also play “Sister Suffragette” from Walt Disney’s Mary Poppins where she sings about Women’s Equality. Mrs. Banks sums up the events and protests pretty well in her fun upbeat song. #VotesforWomen

Now go forth tomorrow wearing Purple, Green and White!
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Free Princess Palace Pets Coloring Page of Nyle

Meet Nyle the monkey, one of the newest Princess Palace Pets. I have to admit, after watching Aladdin, I wondered when they would create a friend for Abu. A monkey had to be created, at least in my mind it was inevitable. Unlike Abu, Nyle is a little more unorthodox when it comes to color. Like most palace pets, Nyle sports colors that one may not find in natural settings. I am not sure where anyone can find a teal and greens monkey, but the colors add to the palace pet cuteness and they match Jasmine’s color scheme.

Learn more about Nyle below and discover how Jasmine found him. Also grab the free coloring page featuring Nyle the Monkey that I created. Kids and adults will love to color Nyle with their favorite colors and display their cute trouble making Monkey art.

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A naughty Monkey with a big heart: That’s Nyle, Jasmine’s favorite rascal. He loves pranks, but when he feels loved, he can become the most loyal of friends. His favorite pastimes are hanging by his tail from the trees and looking at the bright colors of the spices and the market – so much fun.

Looks: Dynamic
Loves: Spices, pranks and hanging from trees

How Jasmine found Nyle:
Jasmine was buying spices with Aladdin when a little blue monkey jumped out of a vase and started blowing raspberries at Abu. The two monkeys started chasing each other, but Abu got tired and perched on Aladdin’s shoulder.

Nyle tried unsuccessfully to call him back with more raspberries, then climbed up a tree, looking sad. Jasmine realized that he behaved so naughtily because he felt alone and was looking for a friend, so she took him to the Palace. Now Abu and Nyle are great friends! They love playing funny pranks on the Sultan and then running away – luckily he likes them a lot!



Nyle is a teal monkey with mint green tail, face, hands, feet and ears. He wears a gold tiara and necklace embellished with a beautiful jewel. He also wears a yellow bow.

This Printable coloring page is free to download, print and color. If you do download this printable please consider donating. It takes a lot of time to create these fun printables and every little bit allows me to continue to bring these fun printables to you.

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To download Nyle:
1. Click the image below
2. Save the PDF to your computer
3. Print, color and enjoy

Nyle Princess Palace Pet Coloring Page by SKGaleana

You can download more free printable Disney Princess Palace Pets on my blog here:

Once the page has been colored, please share. I would love to see the art and share some of them on my facebook page.

Inside Out Joy Emotion Food Art

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Help the little ones take the lead this back-to-school season with delicious and fun snacks. Bring a little “Joy” into the mix with fun food art featuring the leader of Riley’s emotions from Disney’s new movie, Inside Out. Joy may be tiny enough to fit inside Riley’s mind but she is a big part of her happiness and she can be a part of our happiness with this delicious recipe. Trust me, the tummies will thank you and the smiles will show.



This recipe is found on It takes a little prep work before it can be created, especially if the little ones are going to help put it together, but it is worth it. Just be sure you (the adult) do all the cutting, and that the crafting is supervised.

What You’ll Need:

    •The PDF template for the shape of Joy’s head
    • Paper
    • Parchment paper
    • Scissors
    • Toothpick
    • Small plastic sandwich bag
    • Kitchen knife
    • 1-1.5 tablespoons slivered almonds
    • Blue gel food coloring
    • Cantaloupe (a firm melon is preferable to one that is too ripe)
    • 2-3 teaspoons whipped low-fat cream cheese
    • 1 raisin

How To Make It:

  • 1. Print out the template on paper, and place the sheet atop a piece of parchment paper cut to the same size. Hold the printout and parchment paper together, and cut out the hair and face shapes, snipping through both layers of paper at once. (You will need the parchment shapes later to cut similar shapes from the melon.)
  • 2. Measure the almonds into a small plastic sandwich bag. Dip the end of a toothpick into the blue food coloring and then stir the coloring with 3-4 drops of water (you can do this right in a tablespoon). Add the diluted coloring to the bag of almonds. Gently massage the bag to tint the nuts as evenly as possible. Repeat this step if needed, but don’t tint the nuts too dark. Spread the almonds on a small plate and allow the dye to dry for a few minutes.
  • 3. Meanwhile, cut off the rounded surface from one side of the cantaloupe to expose a large flat surface, as shown. Then, cut a ½-inch thick slice from the melon.
  • 4. Place the parchment paper “hair” template atop the melon slice for a pattern and then use the tip of a sharp kitchen knife to cut out a matching piece from the cantaloupe. Use the “face” template in the same manner, additionally cutting out the eye openings. (Note: If there is not room enough on the original melon slice, you will need to cut a second ½-inch slice.) Finally, use the tip of the knife to score mouth and nose lines in the melon face, referring to the template for placement.
  • 5. Place the melon face on a serving plate and fill the eye openings with 1 teaspoon of whipped cream cheese (½ teaspoon each). For the irises, use the toothpick to stir a very small bit of blue food coloring into ½ teaspoon of cream cheese. Use the toothpick to spread the blue cream cheese into oval iris shapes, about ½-inch long, positioning it close to the inner edge. For each pupil, snip a tiny piece from the raisin and set it atop the iris. Finally, use the clean end of the toothpick to add a small round “glint” of white cream cheese to the edge of each pupil.
  • 6. Spread a thin layer of white cream cheese, about 1½ teaspoons, atop the melon hair shape. Then set the hair shape on the plate immediately above the face so that the two pieces fit together. Lightly press individual tinted almond slivers in place atop the cream cheese to complete your Joy treat.

Grab a copy of Inside out on DVD and Blu-Ray from

Tomorrowland, Where Anything Is Possible

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Dreamers Wanted! Disney invites you to an incredible world of epic imagination where anything is possible. Blast off on this family adventure that is magical, inspiring and a whole lot of fun. It will take us on a thrill ride of nonstop adventures through new dimensions that have only been dreamed of. From the director of The Incredibles, Tomorrowland transports us to a world of pure Disney imaginations where if you can dream it, you can do it! Own it on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack, Digital HD and Disney Movies Anywhere (DMA) October 13!



Tomorroland stars: George Clooney as Frank Walker (“Gravity,” “Up in the Air”), Britt Robertson as Casey Newton (“The First Time,” “The Longest Ride”), Raffey Cassidy as Athena (“Snow White and the Huntsman,” “Dark Shadows”), Hugh Laurie as Nix (“Monsters vs. Aliens,” TV’s “House M.D.”), and Tim McGraw as Eddie Newton (“The Blind Side”)

Catch the epic trailer for this out-of-this-world movies and see the inspiration for yourself.

The Blu-ray™ Combo Pack will also feature these awesome bonuses:

  • Remembering the Future: A Personal Journey Through Tomorrowland with Brad Bird
    • Discover everything there is to know about the making of Tomorrowland through Director Brad Bird’s perspective.
  • Casting Tomorrowland
    • Join Brad Bird, Damon Lindelof, George Clooney, Hugh Laurie, Britt Robertson, and Raffey Cassidy as they discuss the making of Tomorrowland.
  • A Great Big Beautiful Scoring Session
    • Famed composer Michael Giacchino invites Disney legend, Richard Sherman to join him in an informal visit to the Tomorrowland scoring stage, told through the personal lens of Michael’s brother, documentarian Anthony Giacchino.
  • The World of Tomorrow Science Hour – Hosted By Futurologist David Nix (Blu-ray and DMA Exclusive)
    • Believe it or not but Nix used to host a children’s television program about science. Now watch the recently discover outtakes from the show.
  • Animated Short: The Origins of Plus Ultra
    • An animated story of how Tomorrowland came to be.
  • Brad Bird Production Diaries
    • Diary Entry #1 – “The First Day” (Blu-ray and DMA Exclusive)
      Diary Entry #2 – “Tomorrowland vs. the Weather” (DMA Exclusive)
      Diary Entry #3 – “NASA”
  • Blast from the Past Commercial
    • Go back in time and watch this original commercial for the Blast from the Past store.
  • Deleted Scenes with Filmmaker Intro
    • Deleted Scene 1 – Joking on the Eiffel Tower
      Deleted Scene 2 – Young Casey vs. The Volcano
      Deleted Scene 3 – Doomsday Living Room
      Deleted Scene 4 – As Originally Written Casey The Downer
      Deleted Scene 5 – What Happened to Tomorrowland
      Deleted Scene 6 – What is Tomorrowland
      Deleted Scene 7 – Great Big Beautiful World World’s Fair (DMA Exclusive)
      Deleted Scene 8 – Frank Walker age 10 (DMA Exclusive)
  • 4 Easter Eggs
  • *Digital bonus offerings may vary by retailer

Learn more about Tomorrowland from the official Social Media sites:

Free Cubeecraft Paper Craft of Edith from Despicable Me

Edith is the middle child of the three girls Gru adopted. A little more unruly than Margo or Agnes, Edith finds her place in the world as a destructive but awesome tomboy. Edith is a child that should probably be watched like a hawk. She has been known to play with dangerous weapons, break bottles full of unknown liquids (which are probably deadly) and seems to have a desire to drink random liquids. She is quiet for the most part, but be aware, the quiet ones are crazy as Edith proves when she kicks Dr. Nefario in the shin.

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While she may be destructive, Edith is also a lovable sister, she will do anything for them. She also loves attending ballet with her sisters, which I might add, she rocks at.

This cubeecraft features Edith from Despicable Me. She is wearing her iconic pink warm hat and sweater, maroon skirt and white boots.

To Build the Cubeecraft:
Materials needed:
Card stock
x-acto knife

To make:

  1. Cut out each item along the outer black lines.
  2. Cut along the white on each tab using the x-acto knife
  3. Cut along each red line using the x-acto knife
  4. Fold along each inner solid black line and slide each tab into the slots you created with an x-acto knife to form a cube of the head, body, arms, and feet
  5. Slide the arms through the red slots on either side of the body.
  6. Slide the feet through the red slots at the base of the body.
  7. Slide the now completed body through the red lots of the head.

She is done. To download this cubeecraft click the links below and save them to your computer. Then print and create!

Free Disney Descendants Coloring Pages

Printable Descendants Coloring Pages

There is certainly no shortage of Disney Descendants printables. Several can be found on my blog: Descendants featuring printable bookmarks, invitations, recipes and more. But I found there to be a large shortage of coloring pages. I mean the logos alone are extremely cool. Mal has two dragons, Carlos has two bones, Jay has an awesome snake and Evie has a crown. Not to mention the most awesome image of, Long Live Evil. They totally need to be a coloring page. Which is where I come in.



Armed with a computer and the need for awesome Disney Descendants coloring pages, I set forth creating 3 coloring pages.
The first coloring page features the Descendants Logo along with the logo from all four Descendants and a little flame
The second coloring page features the apple, vine and the Big D, which I thinks stands for both Disney and Descendants. Kinda of a cool marketing tool when you think about it.
The third coloring page features Long Live Evil. It is my favorite image from Disney Descendants, featuring the silhouette of Maleficent herself.

Each of these coloring pages I created are free to download. Simply click on the image and save the PDF. Then all you have to do is print and color. It is as easy as that and so much fun. All the Descendants fans in the house will love these, kids and adults.

Descendants apple coloring Page SKGaleana

Descendants coloring Page SKGaleana

Descendants Long Live Evil coloring Page SKGaleana

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Miles From Tomorrowland: Let’s Rocket on DVD


“Miles From Tomorrowland: Let’s Rocket” flew to DVD August 11th with 10 blastastic episodes featuring Merc, Miles and his family. This DVD shares the stories of flying through space with family and friends in some pretty gnarly adventures from surfing quantum waves to collecting space junk. His two cool parents and awesome geeky sister makes this family fun to watch and great to learn from.



I am going to be completely honest with everyone, Miles From Tomorrowland: Let’s Rocket Rocks! No I mean it! Like many children TV shows, we have the moral teachings of family, friends, and life. Such as: If you fall get back up and try again, practice makes us better, and honesty is the best policy even if it stops you from doing what you want. Not to mention what it means to be brave, work with others and being kind to your siblings. These messages are beautifully written into a great adventure series that doesn’t feel forced but flows naturally as the story unfolds.

Miles from Tomorrowland Blodger

Messages can be difficult to place in a story without the story sounding ridged or square. However, Miles from Tomorrowland makes it feel natural and interesting. For example, in Explorer Exchange, we see Miles trying to find something both he and Blodger (an alien blob) like to do. At first it is difficult. Blob can’t speed around or race and Miles can’t do anything Blob likes to do. They almost seem too different until Blodger sees Miles space jink collection. It turns out they both collect junk and love to go out finding it. Along with Miles, we learn that no matter how different we are, we can all get along and find something in common. This brilliant message is weaved into the story so that kids and adults can easily learn it’s importance.

Miles from Tomorrowland exoflex

I have to admit, I love the way these stories are written and that the story lines absolutely keep the attention of all the little viewers, but I also love the little nod to adult viewers as well. Parents will enjoy the little geek nods to other pop-culture films Like Star Wars and Doctor Who. If you watch and listen carefully you may just catch each of them. For example, in Rock n Roll, Miles brings out a rather large machine called the Exo-Flex from a very tiny shuttle. I may be stretching it a bit but while I was watching the scene, I couldn’t help but think, “It must be bigger on the inside.” Sometimes the geek just flows out of me. A little hint: when you watch “Hiccup in a Plan” keep an ear out for a famous Star Wars quote.

Miles from Tomorrowland Star Wars quote

It has been a long time since I have been completely entertained by a Disney Junior TV series. It is refreshing to see some new stories and adventures as Miles travels through space with his family and friends. Not to mention a few geeky pop-culture nods for the adults. This collection is a astrolutly great testament to the TV series and it is a must watch for ever young galactic space traveler. Grab your copy today at and begin the adventure! The DVD also comes with a great Blast Board light that is bright and works beautifully. It was going to sit on my key chain but another member of my family beat me to it. Apparently I am, “Too slow.”

Don’t forget to grab all the free printables off my blog here: Miles from Tomorrowland printables, activities and more, and find out more about Miles from Tomorrowland: Let’s Rocket by reading the excerpt below.

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Join Miles and His Family on Adventurous Super-Galactic Missions in Disney Junior’s Newest Hit!

Available on Disney DVD August 11th

Each DVD Comes with a FREE Clip-On Blastboard Flashlight Plus Five Additional Episodes!

Synopsis: Disney Junior’s “Miles from Tomorrowland” is an intergalactic adventure that charts the outer space missions of young adventurer Miles Callisto and his family – mom and ship captain, Phoebe; mechanical engineer dad, Leo; tech-savvy big sister, Loretta; and best friend robo-ostrich pet, Merc – as they help connect the galaxy on behalf of the Tomorrowland Transit Authority. Miles, Merc and the Callisto family explore wondrous and diverse new worlds, taking young viewers and their families on a futuristic journey designed to fuel kids’ natural interest in space, and at the same time reminding them of the importance of what lies close to home – the family bond.

Join Miles, his family and his best friend and pet Merc on a super-galactic adventure! This value-packed DVD includes the premiere episode plus 4 additional episodes, nearly two hours of fun! Plus FREE inside every DVD is an exclusive Clip-on Blastboard Flashlight that you can’t get anywhere else! Buy your little space explorer “Miles from Tomorrowland: Let’s Rocket” on Disney DVD on August 11th!

Creator: Sascha Paladino (Disney Junior’s “Henry Hugglemonster”)

Voice Cast: Cullen McCarthy (Mr. Peabody & Sherman) as Miles Callisto; Olivia Munn (Iron Man 2, “The Newsroom”) as Phoebe Callisto; Fiona Bishop (Disney Junior’s “Sofia the First”) as Loretta Callisto; Tom Kenny (“SpongeBob SquarePants” series and movie); Dee Bradley Baker (Disney’s “Phineas and Ferb”) as Merc.


  • Runaway Shuttle/Surfin’ The Whirlpool
  • Ocean In Motion/Explorer Exchange
  • Game On/ How I Saved My Summer Vacation
  • Who Stole The Stellosphere?/Rock N’ Roll
  • To The Goldilocks Zone/Hiccup In The Plan

Release Date: August 11, 2015 (Direct Pre-Book: 6/16; Distributor Pre-Book: 6/30)

Release Format: DVD