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Just checked out the POParitaville podcast featuring Laura Dickinson. Tons of fun! Regardless, it was lengthy (ETA an hour and a half), the language was somewhat crude, and the primary focus revolved around Laura's career at Disneyland. Transcribed the ATSD excerpt for anyone who's interested :)
"Now, I understand there's news on the Phineas and Ferb front?"
"Yes, sir! There is big news... Phineas and Ferb: Across the Second Dimension! We have a movie coming out this summer --"
"I am very excited!"
"I am so excited! It's amazing. I got to hear the score before -- even when it was still in the storyboard phase, and the score is awesome. Done by one of my dear friends and mentors, Danny Jacob, he's amazing. He is responsible for all the music that you hear on Phineas and Ferb. It's not some huge... studio production. He has an awesome studio at his house and he does everything. He plays all the instruments, he sings most of the male singing that's not Phineas, or Ferb, or Dr. Doofenshmirtz. It's Danny Jacob. And he is just, he is so amazing, and I got to hear some of the score before I even went into the studio to sing on the movie. I did a whole bunch of Perry the Platypus themed singers and some background singing on a couple different songs, and the movie will be out -- the official release date as of now is June 24th -- and there's a bunch of great people involved in the movie. Michael Bay is one of the producers, Kevin James is in the movie, Sigourney Weaver, and I'm just really really excited. It's a Disney Channel original movie, which is how High School Musical started. I'm hoping that we can follow in their footsteps and get some theatre time! Because the show is great, and I love it -- I've been so blessed to be part of it. Really, really excited about the movie, so. June 24th."
Looks like the theory of an August debut is void. Still find that quite unusual, what with the sufficient reasoning to advocate it (as well of lacking promotion).
Not that I mind... Ha. Considering the fantastic quality of Summer Belongs to You, ATSD will be no exception. So excited for June 24th!