Disney has selected the man to replace the ousted Rich Ross (whose name's superficial resemblance to rapper Rick Ross and all attendant bawse jokes were already covered here), with the studio picking Castle Rock co-founder and former Warner Bros. president Alan Horn as the man to approve all the company's future family entertainment-creating algorithms, and take the public blame for any giant, John Carter-caliber failures.
Getty Images There's no mistaking the half-naked man on the cover of the latest issue of Rolling Stone. Beard, bling, belly, tatts: It's Rick Ross, whose God Forgives, I Don't recently debuted at No. 1. In the accompanying story, th... Read Post
Want to make family movies and have $625 million laying around? Then you can partner with former Disney executive  Dick Cook and create your own studio. The former head of Disney , who was replaced in 2009 by Rich Ross, is rep... Read Post
Walt Disney Studios chairman Rich Ross—whose name is, yes, comically similar to rapper Rick Ross—has stepped down after just over two years of being the bawse of Disney film production, which is an easy joke Ross is especially in no... Read Post