Considering what has happened today, I'm wary of actually posting this movie news tidbit because this is only going to get you even madder or sadder depending on how you took Nabu's death in episode twenty-four. Either way, there is more news about the second Winx Club movie from WorldScreen.com. I'll let you read it for yourself:
Rainbow Extends Winx Club Film Franchise
By Kristin Brzoznowski
Published: November 9, 2009
LORETO: Rainbow S.p.A. has unveiled a new Winx Club feature film in 3-D: The Magic is Back (working title).
The feature film, which follows on the success of The Secret of the Lost Kingdom, is the first movie ever in Italy be produced using 3-D stereoscopic technology. The film will be launched in Italy for back-to-school 2010, with a staggered release to follow throughout Europe and the rest of the world.
The Magic is Back follows Bloom, who has been living happily with her parents in Domino as princess of the realm. Her boyfriend Sky has also just asked for her hand in marriage. Everything is going well, but then Sky's father forbids him from marrying Bloom, revealing a dark secret. With the help of the Winx Club, together with the Specialists, Bloom manages to overcome all adversity, rescuing the Magic Kingdom in the process.
"Sky's father forbids him from marrying Bloom, revealing a dark secret." Whoa, whoa, whoa--STOP! Come again?!
I am in total shock right. First, Nabu's death and then Sky's father forbidding him from marrying her. Today is nobody's day--except for maybe a small part of me because I ship DiasproxSky part-time. I wonder what this dark secret is. I swear, if it's something like this, I am going to take a break from Winx Club and think about life for a moment.