My Little Pony: The Movie (2017 film) Begins Airing On October 6TH, 2017

Bronies unite: My Little Pony The Movie 2017 Film is scheduled to be released theatrically on October 6, 2017 in the United States by Lionsgate.

Mane 6 My Little Pony The Movie 2017 Film

Mane 6 My Little Pony The Movie 2017 Film

My Little Pony The Movie is an animated feature-length film based on the My Little Pony franchise and the series My Little Pony Friendship is Magic. The movie is a story about: When a dark force threatens Ponyville and the Mane 6, they go on a journey to the end of Equestria to save their beloved home and they meet new friends and dangerous challenges along the way. But how are the ponies going to use the magic of friendship to save the day this time? Let’s patience to wait and find out.

Lionsgate has released an announcement video for My Little Pony: The Movie which you can check out in the player below!

After watching My little Pony The Movie [2017] Teaser Trailer, May be you not satisfied with the art style. Bronies don’t worry! Lilly Lightning the art creator said that the shadows did not convert properly in the teaser so the animation will much better than what was shown on this trailer/teaser.

And Here is the official synopsis: “A new dark force threatens Ponyville, and the Mane 6 – Twilight Sparkle, Applejack, Rainbow Dash, Pinkie Pie, Fluttershy, and Rarity – embark on an unforgettable journey beyond Equestria where they meet new friends and exciting challenges on a quest to use the magic of friendship and save their home.”

MLP Movie 2017 3D Mascot costume

MLP Movie 2017 3D Mascot costume

From My Little Pony The Movie Teaser Trailer, maybe we don’t get, like, the MOST info out of this trailer. But we do find out this movie is freaking star-studded. The film will feature the voices of Emily Blunt, Kristin Chenoweth, Liev Schreiber, Michael Peña, Sia, Taye Diggs, Uzo Aduba, and Zoe Saldana, with an original song performed by Sia. The voice actors behind the “Mane 6” from Discovery Family’s massively popular My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic series — Andrea Libman, Tara Strong, Ashleigh Ball, Tabitha St. Germain and Cathy Weseluck — will also star in the upcoming film. The gallery below has pictures of the new cast members with pictures of their ponies.

My Little Pony The Movie 2017

My Little Pony The Movie 2017

The first My Little Pony toys were released by Hasbro back in 1981 and have gone through a number of iterations since then. There was a TV series called My Little Pony in 1986 and one called My Little Pony Tales in 1992. The franchise got a huge revival when the current series My Little Pony – Friendship is Magic premiered in 2010, spawning numerous films and even conventions. The seventh season of My Little Pony – Friendship is Magic is scheduled to premiere on The Hub on April 15, 2017. The show has won a number of awards, especially for the voice actors.

My Little Pony: The Movie (2017 film) directed and written by Friendship Is Magic veterans Jayson Thiessen and Meghan McCarthy, respectively. This film is produced by Allspark Pictures and DHX Media. Buy Cute My Little Pony Mascot Costume, go to

My Little Pony the Movie Cast Photos Reveal All-New Charcters

This fall, My Little Pony fans will get to see some of their favorite characters getting back together on the big screen in My Little Pony: The Movie, which Lionsgate has set for release on October 6. Today, the studio has released new photos, giving us our first look at four new characters, and the voice actors who will portray them. These photos feature Emily Blunt as Tempest Shadow, Kristen Chenoweth as Princess Skystar, Liev Schreiber as The Storm King and Taye Diggs as Capper. It remains to be seen how many other characters will be unveiled, or when the first footage may be released.


The Emily Blunt photo debuted on the movie’s official Twitter, with Kristen Chenoweth, Liev Schreiber and Taye Diggs debuting their respective photos through their own Twitter accounts. They join previously-announced voice cast members Zoe Saldana, Uzo Aduba, pop star Sia, who is also recording two original songs for the movie, and Michael Pena. Also reprising their roles as the “Mane 6″ from the popular My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic TV series are Andrea Libman, Tara Strong, Ashleigh Ball, Tabitha St. Germain and Cathy Weseluck.

Originally developed by Bonnie Zacherle, Charles Muenchinger and Steve D’Aguanno, My Little Pony and Friends debuted in 1983 as a toy and animated series. The colorful horses are marked by their distinctive manes and ‘cutie marks’ on their flanks. Over the past four decades there have been four different animated series, with the toys strongest sales coming in the 1980s and again in 2010 with the launch of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. What started in 1983 as a toy line of colorful ponies with unique symbols, called “cutie marks,” has since exploded into international, multi-media, pop culture phenomena that grossed over $1 billion in retail sales in 2014. The entertainment continues to engage and inspire kids and families in over 180 countries across the globe.


In the movie, a new dark force threatens Ponyville, and the Mane 6, Twilight Sparkle, Applejack, Rainbow Dash, Pinkie Pie, Fluttershy and Rarity, embark on an unforgettable journey beyond Equestria where they meet new friends and exciting challenges on a quest to use the magic of friendship and save their home. Jayson Theissen is directing from a script by Rita Hsiao, Meghan McCarthy and Michael Vogel. Brian Goldner and Stephen Davis are producing the film with Meghan McCarthy and Michael Vogel co-executive producing.

Lionsgate has set an October 6, 2017 releaes date for My Little Pony: The Movie, which will be facing some stiff competition. The movie will be going up against two highly-anticipated sequels, 20th Century Fox’s Kingsman: The Golden Circle and Warner Bros.’ Blade Runner 2049, setting up what could be a very interesting fall box office showdown.

What’s not to love about Paw Patrol—if you’re a kid?

There are two kinds of children’s shows: the ones childless people have heard of, and the ones that are truly for children. Paw Patrol is the second kind. A computer-animated Canadian series about a boy named Ryder and his team of problem-solving dogs in a generic town known as Adventure Bay, Paw Patrol hasn’t inspired a cult of adult fans like My Little Pony; it doesn’t wink to parents the way SpongeBob SquarePants did. But since 2013 it’s been winning the hearts and minds of kids on TVO in Canada, Nickelodeon in the U.S., and, increasingly, around the world. “It’s probably the biggest kids’ show going right now,” says Frank Falcone, president and creative director of Guru Studio, which provides the animation.


One seemingly unrelated news story after another testifies to the fact that Paw Patrol is everywhere. In February, a Liverpool chain of pubs tried to hold an “unofficial Paw Patrol event” during school holidays, though it reportedly had to be cancelled when Nickelodeon objected to the unauthorized use of its characters. That same month, Popsugar reported that a three year-old in Brooklyn tried to wrap his favourite slinky toy around his neck: it had pictures of Paw Patrol characters on it.

Last year the show’s producer, toymaker Spin Master, sent out a Paw Patrol tour bus that made the rounds of events like U.S. state fairs—events that, like the show itself, don’t get a lot of publicity but attract a lot of children. And during the Christmas season last year, the Guardian reported that Paw Patrol toys were becoming a hot item, with “some parents paying double or triple the normal price” to get them in time for the holiday.

The conventional wisdom is that successful kids’ entertainment needs to work on two levels, the way Pixar movies create journeys that are fulfilling for children and adults. But while the computer-animated Paw Patrol may look a bit like a Pixar movie, it often leaves grown-ups baffled, and there’s a cottage industry of online pieces expressing dismay at its existence. Craig Silverman took time out from his main job as editor of Buzzfeed Canada to write a 19-part piece on “why Paw Patrol is a terrible kids’ show,” starting with the fact that all the adult characters are idiots: the only reason Ryder and the dogs have so many problems to solve is because of people like Capt’n Turbot, a captain who “should have his boating licence revoked due to extreme stupidity.”

Others have attacked the stereotypical portrayal of (and lack of merchandising for) its first female character, Skye—she rides a pink helicopter. There is now a second she-pup, Everest; still, E.R. Catalano, who writes the humourous parenting blog Zoe vs. the Universe, wrote a tongue-in-cheek piece about the effect the show was having on her daughter: “I was concerned Zoe was sexist since she seemed to prefer the male dogs to the female ones!”

Above all, the show is so toyetic—yes, that is a real word—that some animators may have been initially suspicious of the concept: “To be honest, when it came in our door, no one at our studio really wanted to touch it,” says Falcone, whose studio also animates and produces the show Justin Time. “They thought it was kind of trashy looking, and it was from a toy company, and there was nothing pure about it in their eyes.”

But there is at least one thing pure about Paw Patrol: it aims at preschool children and tries to be a show for them. It rarely winks at the adult audience. Many kids’ shows do, and the more grown-up material a children’s program has, the more likely it is to get favourable reviews. But on Paw Patrol, the dialogue is simple and easy to understand, and the episodes follow a clear pattern.

The formulaic nature of the stories, which more sophisticated kids’ shows disdain, is part of what appeals to the core audience. “Preschoolers need a certain element of repetition,” says Laura Clunie, Spin Master’s vice-president of entertainment. “We don’t want to be predictable, we want them to have new adventures. But within that, in the beginning you’ll have the pups playing around, they’ll have a relaxing moment, and then something happens which draws their attention. Ryder will call them up to the tower, they know their mission, and then they go out and make it right. That’s the shell that we follow.”


Children may not like material that is aimed over their heads. Sesame Street has gotten great press for doing parodies of grown-up shows like Mad Men and Game of Thrones. But as Jessica Pressler reported at Vulture this year, the producers of the show discovered that actual children were going through “fatigue” with adult humour. “The kids never got the parodies,” the senior vice-president of Sesame Workshop declared, ordering the writers to deal more with subjects that are relevant to preschoolers.

“They don’t care,” adds Drew Magary, who wrote for Deadspin about watching Paw Patrol with his kids. “Obviously it doesn’t matter to them if that one episode of Sesame Street was an elaborate Godfather parody. That means nothing to them.” Catalano adds: “I think it is strictly for kids—no meta-absurdity for parents to enjoy except for what we create ourselves.”

What a show like Paw Patrol relies on instead is simple jokes. “It’s mostly visual humour, and cute moments between the pups,” Clunie says. The dialogue depends as much as it can on catchphrases, such as, “No job is too big, no pup is too small!” in addition to devices like alliteration (“Those gulls have got to go!”), which are easily understood and easy to translate into other languages.

Even some parents enjoy the fact that the sonic and visual styles are friendly, charming kids rather than overwhelming them. Magary explains that he tries to steer his kids “to gentler stuff” like Paw Patrol, because “I think stuff that’s more hyper with lots of quick cuts and loud noises mess with their heads.”

In addition to not overwhelming kids’ senses, the series tries to reassure parents by teaching lessons about good values and friendship. Tara Tucker, a vice-president at Spin Master, says that the parents who like it “are fans of the show because of the positive messaging.” The show will never teach cynicism or irony the way some kids’ shows do.

But even the lessons seem more directly aimed at kids than the morals on more acclaimed series. Falcone says the formula of Paw Patrol stories is based on the concept of teaching kids to assemble the right tools for a project. “Someone’s in trouble, usually another animal, and they have to gather, analyze what the problem is, and then deploy the right dogs to go solve that problem,” he says. “Ryder is the vessel character: you look at him and say, ‘If I were that character, I would choose these three dogs.’ ” When asked what the series is teaching his kids, Magary replies: “I dunno, teamwork and stuff. That’s all good.” But the setup of the show—a kid with an unlimited budget, cool gadgets, and puppy friends—is as much a fantasy as a lesson.

None of this means parents have much reason to love the show, and some are worried about it. The top consumer review of the show on the parents’ advocacy site Common Sense Media calls it “a construction out of the mind of a market researcher,” while another calls it “carefully engineered to appeal to little-boy interests.” But children might wonder if it’s so bad that a show is crafted to appeal to them, not their parents. The message that all adults are incompetent, and only children and puppies can solve problems, is bound to strike a chord with them.

The sense that older people just don’t get it may be enhanced by the way the producers connect the stories to modern-day technology. Ryder often communicates through what looks like a smartphone, and the stories operate on the basis that the characters are in constant contact through screens. When kids’ shows deal with technology, they sometimes pander to parents by making smartphones look evil or distracting; on Paw Patrol, tech literally saves lives.

Clunie says this choice was “not from a product placement point of view,” but just an attempt to portray a world that modern kids would recognize: “You’ll have Ryder with a tablet, and it stands to reason that he needs to use it to communicate with the pups, and call them to him, and adduce information. It’s used to help the audience understand where we’re at in the story and how we’re going to move forward.” Many kids’ shows seem like they’re set in the past—including Sesame Street, which takes place in an inner-city neighbourhood from the 1960s. Paw Patrol is mostly non-nostalgic.

All of this means grown-ups will mostly have to scratch their heads and wonder why their children are demanding puppy-related toys. “I can’t explain it,” Magary says of the success of this and other cute Canadian cartoons, like Caillou. “Frankly, I was hoping you Canadians had answers for me.” The only answer may be that it’s not for you, it’s for them. Parents are learning to resign themselves to that. “It’s a relatively benign influence,” Catalano says of the show’s impact on her daughter. “For instance, the dogs were treated to pizza at episode’s end and she turned to me and said, ‘Can we have pizza tonight?’ As long as they’re not trying meth, I guess I’m okay with that!”

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Season 6: 2015 Release Date? News, Updates

The fifth season of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic just ended late last month so it is not surprising that there are not much details regarding the upcoming sixth season of My Little Pony.


Unfortunately, unlike other series where the premiere is like clockwork, premiere dates for My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic is erratic at best. When it was with the Hub Network, My Little Pony was released every fourth quarter of the year (except on the second season it was released on September). When My Little Pony was moved to Discovery Family, it had almost a year long hiatus and did not debut until April of this year.

Fans of My Little Pony shouldn’t be worried of a cancellation as My Little Pony season 6 has been renewed as early as March or this year, even before the fifth season premiered.

Interestingly, in Hasbro’s official Twitter account, it was a few months ago, July 8 to be exact, when they posted an update claiming that the sixth season of My Little Pony would be arriving later in the year. (Tweet posted below)

If it is true, Hasbro has just a little more than two weeks to release the sixth season of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.

If not, the more rational time table is that My Little Pony season 6 will be arriving around the same time that the fifth season was released, April 2016.



Other than the release date, of course, we also want to know what to expect in the upcoming sixth season of My Little Pony.

Unconfirmed reports from International Business Times claims that the title of the first two episodes of My Little Pony season 6 is are ‘Cutie Castle part 1’ and ‘Cutie Castle part 2’.

In the fifth season of My Little Pony, Starlight Glimmer was introduced as the main antagonist of the season. In the fifth season finale, Twilight Sparkle, unable to defeat Starlight Glimmer, was able to make the latter change her mind by offering friendship instead.

With Starlight Glimmer under Twilight’s wing, would the Mane 6 have to change their name to Mane 7?

‘My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Friendship Games’ plays on DVD

Coming to DVD this week from Hasbro Studios and Shout! Kids Factory is the iconic characters in a new full-length feature with “My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Friendship Games.”

When the crown is stolen from their precious Crystal Empire, Twilight Sparkles knows she must find the one responsible – Sunset Shimmer. The problem is that the crown is now in another world where Twilight is turned into a real teenage girl. Even more strange is that she is a student at Canterlot High.

Now, The Friendship Games have come to Canterlot High and the Crystal Prep Academy comes to compete in archery, motocross and roller-skating. Shimmer wants to keep magic out of the games as the girls come together to go on the high school journey together!

I absolutely love the new storyline that these memorable characters have taken. The animation is absolutely vibrant, stunning and what you would expect from all things My Little Pony.

The characters are still themselves, personality wise, and although now girls it is still easy to see the ‘pony within’. I believe that is what I like the best! Of course all animated characters grow, yet Hasbro has done a brilliant job of mesh the two worlds together keeping both sides happy.

Hasbro Studios is an iconic brand with some of the best in animation and family programming with MY LITTLE PONY, and LITTLEST PET SHOP. Since its formation in 2009, Hasbro Studios has received seven Daytime Emmy’s!

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TUBS OF POPCORN: I give “My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Friendship Games” four tubs of popcorn out of five. Just when I thought my granddaughter couldn’t be any happier with her Pony Pals – she turned into a chubby ball of giggles watching this full length film.

It didn’t take us long to learn the songs which is another fun aspect of the My Little Pony franchise, fun in everything they do. The DVD also includes an exclusive musical performance, a new audio commentary, sing-alongs and animated shorts.

My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Friendship Games” is a delightful addition to the family library and expands the saga of the best pony girls in the world.

‘DJPON3 Presents My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic Remixed’ Album Preview & Tracklist

The world of Equestria in My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic has always been filled with music. From the inescapable theme song to bops like “Winter Wrap Up” and “Love Is in Bloom,” Twilight Sparkle, Pinkie Pie, Rainbow Dash and friends have always been all about breaking out in song.


It didn’t take long for My Little Pony to break out of its targeted 9- to 13-year-old girl demo to the world of Bronies. For the uninitiated, bronies are adult (largely) male My Little Pony fans who latched onto the world of Equestria thanks to the show’s keen storytelling, sharp writing, stylized animation and ever-present winks at pop culture. With the brony culture, unofficial fan-created EDM remixes of Daniel Ingram’s already catchy songs have been bumping from convention halls to earbuds all across the world. Finally, Hasbro Studios is getting in on the action with the release of DJPON3 Presents My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic Remixed.


Though the album may be presented by Ponyville’s favorite musician, DJ Pon-3, the real man behind the album is producer Justin Lassen, who spoke with Music Times exclusively about the two-year long process of curating and producing this album.

“This record was extremely challenging to produce. It was like a two year process for me in working with the different artists,” Lassen said, before diving into the perculiars of making cartoon music ready for the club. “It’s like musical theater so a lot of the songs changed tempos a lot, a lot of the songs didn’t quite line up with editing software so there was a lot of mixing and tweaking and changing and even different auto tuning and things like that.


“I wanted them to be like would little girls like it and would grown-ups like it? I found a really good compromise between those two and when you hear these tracks, you’ll know like oh my god a real DJ at a club would actually play that song even though it’s a silly song.”

The album itself ends up bringing together the world of childhood and adult music, bringing in everything from trance remixes to dubstep to wonky house music. “I wanted to make sure that I had a mix of tracks that were not just one dubstep track after another, that’s just like oh great another dubstep album. But like no, what are the different angles that we can hit EDM in a really cool fun way. I hit everything from drums bass to breakbeat to dubstep, ambient, chill I mean all kinds of stuff,” Lassen said.


The blend of styles comes across, offering up a little something for fans of My Little Pony of every age group.

And now Music Times has a little something for fans of the show and EDM: a look at the music to come. Ahead of DJPON3 Presents My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic Remixed’s June 23 release date, we have an album preview featuring snippets of all 13 tracks and the complete tracklist.

‘My Little Pony: Cutie Mark Crusaders’ DVD


Princess Twilight Sparkle (Tara Strong) gets surprised by a throng of new fans in our exclusive clip from My Little Pony – Friendship Is Magic: Adventures Of The Cutie Mark Crusaders, which debuted on DVD today from Shout! Factory. In Equestria, obtaining a Cutie Mark is an important coming-of-age moment for a young Pony. After all, Ponies acquire their Cutie Marks only after they discover a unique characteristic about themselves, setting them apart from all other Ponies. So when Sweetie Belle, Scootaloo and Apple Bloom meet, they instantly become friends and make it their mission to find their Cutie Marks! They are The Cutie Mark Crusaders!

My Little Pony – Friendship Is Magic: Adventures Of The Cutie Mark Crusaders episodes include The Cutie Mark Chronicles, The Cutie Pox, Flight To The Finish, Pinkie Pride, and Twilight Time. For even more Pony fun, PlayDate Digital has announced the new Cutie Pox Storybook App. When Apple Bloom becomes impatient waiting for her cutie mark, she decides to take things into her own hooves!
In this interactive story book, follow Apple Bloom and the fillies as they learn that taking the easy path toward your goals isn’t always the best way. Enter the world of Equestria in this storybook adventure full of excitement, humor and friendship! The release of “Cutie Mark Crusaders” marks the first of a series of planned collaborations between PlayDate Digital and Shout! Factory to cross-promote My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic is Magic stories and media. In this collaboration, products contain promotional material highlighting a variety of products. In addition, Shout Factory and PlayDate will host contests and offer value-added bonus material. Take a look at our exclusive clip from My Little Pony – Friendship Is Magic: Adventures Of The Cutie Mark Crusaders before picking this up on DVD.


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