While working on the set of “The Santa Clause” limited series, Tim Allen takes to Twitter with a behind-the-scenes snap of the highly anticipated show. “Prancer is getting groomed… You didn’t hear it from me,” Tim Allen declared in the post. The snapshot shows “The Santa Clause” sleigh and Prancer’s stall.
Tim Allen is returning to the North Pole this holiday season with The Clauses but he delivered a batch of Christmas presents early in the form of a sneak peek into the new entry. Allen starred in all three Santa Clause movies, spanning from 1994 to 2006. Through Disney+, he is reviving the role, this time in a limited series.
Tim Allen Shares First Look Back On The Set For The Santa Clause, And Christmas Can't Come Soon Enough
There have been so many Santa Clause movies that it’s hard to keep them all straight, but many ‘90s kids out there likely still have Tim Allen's clear in their mind as the Santa who reigns supreme - or, at least I do. The Santa Clause came out back in 1994 and brought along with it some major Christmas magic. Now, Allen is back at it for this generation of kids, as he's reprising the role for a new Disney+ limited series that continues his Santa Clause franchise called The Clauses. He's now sharing a first look at his return to set, and it has me so stoked for Christmas.
Tim Allen took to social media today to share the first image from behind the scenes of Disney+'s forthcoming holiday comedy The Santa Clause. Joking that the image "Might just be a photo of Santa's office but don't tell anyone," Allen shared a look at the North Pole hideaway, not yet lit up, like the calm before the storm as the series prepares to go into production. This marks Allen's first return to the role of Santa Claus in more than 15 years, and the first time he takes the character to the small screen.
How does one reveal a first look at one of the most magical places in the world? Well, if you’re anything like The Santa Clause star Tim Allen, you give fans a quick glimpse in a sneak-peek Twitter post!. On Wednesday, May 4, Tim Allen took to Twitter to...
Tim Allen shared the first look at The Santa Clause Disney+ streaming series on Twitter Wednesday afternoon. The Last Man Standing star shared a picture of Santa's office, bringing memories of the original holiday classic to mind. The Santa Clause series, simply titled The Clauses, will reunite Allen with Last Man Standing executive producer Jack Burditt.
Tim Allen and Richard Karn spent eight years playing friends as hosts of a fictional show on Home Improvement. And recently, they reunited “to challenge the people who love to get stuff done” on Assembly Required. Does that mean that the two stayed close all these years? Yes, it does.
On GTU Hour 2 this morning – We are diving headfirst into summer blockbusters! If you watched the Toy Story franchise growing up, you know what your favorite astronaut, Buzz Lightyear, sounds like when he says his signature catchphrases. Part of what makes Toy Story so timeless is the devotion Disney and Pixar have given to its iconic characters for the past 27 years. However, when “Lightyear,” the new prequel, comes out in June, Buzz won’t sound exactly the same. Instead of the iconic voice of Tim Allen, Chris Evans will voice the beloved space cadet, a decision that sent some fans spiraling to infinity and beyond. So, why isn’t Tim Allen in “Lightyear”? Let’s search the galaxy and reason out why Buzz Lightyear is allowed to sound different this time around! Fans will remember one scene in the original “Toy Story” that puts this idea of betrayal into a different perspective. Before they became life-long friends, Woody and Buzz argued a lot. Remember the scene when the two are stuck in a gas station parking lot after falling out of Andy’s parents’ car? “You. Are. A. TOY!” Woody shouts in anger at Buzz. “You aren’t the real Buzz Lightyear! You’re an action figure! You’re a child’s play thing!” So what does that have to do with “Lightyear”? Simply put, while the “Toy Story” movies do tell the tale of Buzz Lightyear, the Buzz we’ve fallen in love with is just a toy. With that logic in mind, fans have reasoned that Allen is the voice of the Buzz Lightyear “toy,” while Evans will represent the actual Buzz Lightyear. Problem solved – for now anyway!
There’s something to be said for those that claim responsibility for their actions and work hard to affect change, and now, American actor Tim Allen is praising those with that exact mindset. In his latest Tweet, Tim Allen expressed “gratitude” for a specified group of Americans. Check it out.
Actor and comedian Tim Allen has had a lot of success in his career and especially feels a lot of gratitude for his many people and fans. Allen, who has had TV success with Home Improvement and Last Man Standing, did share his thoughts about the topic of gratitude on Twitter. These days, he’s back on the road doing his stand-up routine across the United States.
The Lightyear producer has explained why Tim Allen doesn’t voice Buzz in his new Pixar movie. At a press conference attended by The Digital Fix, Galyn Susman – the producer of the new animated movie – outlined the reasons behind the change in actor, and they boil down to this not being the Buzz Lightyear we think we know.
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Pixar is ready to debut their newest animated feature, and this one’s a doozy. Lightyear is about Buzz Lightyear, but not the toy voiced by Tim Allen in the Toy Story movies. This is the actual guy who inspired the toy, in this case voiced by Marvel veteran Chris Evans doing a Tim Allen impression.
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Elizabeth Allen-Dick Joins Dad Tim Allen in ‘The Santa Clause’ Disney+ Series Alongside Austin Kane, Rupali Redd, and Devin Bright
After a long audition process, Elizabeth Allen-Dick has been cast in the upcoming Disney+ series, “The Santa Clause,” as a series regular. The series stars her dad, Tim Allen, returning as Scott Calvin a.k.a. Santa Claus. Allen-Dick will play his on-screen daughter, Sandra, a new character in the series.
‘The Santa Clause’: Elizabeth Allen-Dick Joins Dad Tim Allen, 3 Others Cast In Disney+ Limited Series
Click here to read the full article. EXCLUSIVE: Disney+ continues to expand the cast for its upcoming limited series The Santa Clause (working title), adding Tim Allen’s daughter Elizabeth Allen-Dick as a series regular, playing her dad’s on-screen daughter. She will appear opposite Allen, Elizabeth Mitchell and Kal Penn. Also joining The Santa Clause as series regulars are Austin Kane, Rupali Redd and Devin Bright. In the Disney+ series, from Last Man Standing creator Jack Burditt, who serves as showrunner, Scott Calvin (Allen) is on the brink of his 65th birthday and realizing that he can’t be Santa forever. He’s suddenly...
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