According to the band themselves, Jackson did indeed gave his seal of approval on not just their cover version but also the music video.
Vermeulen voiced Ruffnut (who is voiced by Kristen Wiig in the films) in seasons 2-8 of How to Train Your Dragon's TV series sequel Dreamworks Dragons, replacing Julie Marcus, who voiced her in the first season.
While I do remember watching the original series in Portugal, I lean towards the reboot, especially that it was one of the four classic shows to get a modern reboot by CBS during the last decade, which also includes Hawaii Five-O, S.W.A.T. and Magnum, P.I.
Honestly, about Gunn and Safran being the new heads in charge of DC Studios, I'm fine with them as I'm glad they were picked over Greg Berlanti since I rather want a more optimistic direction than another Arrowverse.
But either way, I'm still glad that Greg Berlanti didn't take over the DCEU since I rather not want the shared universe to be like the Arrowverse and be a more optimistic shared universe after a turbulent nine year period, though I respect one of my friends' opinion on that James Gunn is not the...
About @Frontier's concern on the recent DCEU plans in the shared universe's thread, while I understand his worries, I really hope it doesn't mean it's the end of non-DCEU content like the DTV animated films.
Eh, I don't buy the announcement as a kneecapping moment, considering that some people were still not ready to return on going to the cinemas at the time of Encanto's release.
Well, it doesn't help that they didn't promote much of the film and released it just two weeks after the release of...