Disney CEO Bob Iger announced at an investor meeting in March 2014 that Pixar was developing two more sequels to go along with the upcoming 'Toy Story 4' and 'Finding Dory'. They are believed to be 'Cars 3' and 'The Incredibles 2', the follow up to the hit animated film that tells the story of the Parr family, a family of superheroes from writer/ director Brad Bird.
Back in March 2014, Disney CEO Bob Iger hinted that a sequel to one of Pixar's most-beloved films, 2004's "The Incredibles," was in the works. Director Brad Bird is expected to return for the sequel. We didn't know much else about the project until now. Show More Summary
An upcoming book reveals Steve Jobs informed Disney boss Bob Iger in 2006 that his cancer had returned, a secret Iger kept for three years until the information went public.
Disney CEO Bob Iger was one of the first people to learn about Steve Jobs' pancreatic cancer back in 2006, a new book about Steve Jobs says. According to upcoming Jobs biography, "Becoming Steve Jobs: The Evolution of a Reckless Upstart...Show More Summary
Just 30 minutes before the announcement of Pixar's sale to Disney for $7.4 billion, Steve Jobs told Bob Iger his cancer was back. "Bob, there's something really important I've got to tell you." Read Full Story
The Disney CEO and Chairman has big projects ahead with Star Wars and Frozen 2
Jeremy Pembrey/Alamy Walt Disney (DIS) has some big changes in the works for its least-visited theme park in Florida, and the first step appears to be a new name. Disney CEO Bob Iger let the cat out of the bag during last week's annual...Show More Summary
Disney announced they would no longer allow smoking in any of their future films. Disney CEO and Chairman, Bob Iger made an announcement last Thursday at a stockholders meeting. Iger provided the following comment regarding Disney’s new policy. Show More Summary
Disney Studios recently made two big announcements about "Star Wars." During a shareholders meeting in California, Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger announced that "Star Wars VIII" will be released on May 26, 2017 and that the first "Star Wars" spin-off movie will be called "Rogue One."
CEO Bob Iger announced the new policy to shareholders this week.
By Robert Niles: Yesterday, we asked you to suggest new names for the Disney's Hollywood Studios theme park at Walt Disney World. Disney CEO Bob Iger yesterday revealed during a shareholders' event that Disney is planning to rename the park after it completes its transformation sometime in the next... Show More Summary
Lost in the shuffle of all of that exciting Star Wars news from the Disney shareholders meeting was the fact that Disney CEO Bob Iger also screened a lengthy clip from Joss Whedon's pending The Avengers: Age of Ultron, setting the stage...Show More Summary
Let it go (on)! The Walt Disney Co. today announced plans to make a sequel to the animated mega-hit Frozen. Bob Iger, Walt Disney chief executive, and John Lasseter, head of Walt Disney Animation Studios, joined in officially announcing Frozen 2 at the company's annual shareholders meeting in San Francisco....
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Disney CEO Bob Iger unveiled the name and release date of the first "Star Wars" spinoff Thursday at the company's annual shareholder meeting. "Rogue One" will be released December 16, 2016 and star Felicity Jones ("The Theory of Everything"). Show More Summary
Yesterday, Bob Iger made some pretty big Star Wars announcements during the Disney Shareholder Meeting, including a release date for Rian Johnson‘s Star Wars: Episode VIII as well as Felicity Jones casting confirmation, a release date and title for the first Star Wars spin-off. Show More Summary
Apple's late founder Steve Jobs famously wrote he was getting into a "holy war with Google" back in 2010. Apparently, he hated Google so much that some of his friends couldn't even join Google as a board member. According to an upcoming...Show More Summary
A character who probably will not be in this movie. So, we finally know the name of the first stand-alone Star Wars movie. Disney chairman and CEO Bob Iger announced it at a shareholder meeting to a bunch of people who probably don't know the difference between a landspeeder and a speeder bike. Show More Summary
Determined to ensure its young viewers grow up healthy enough to create more young viewers to sustain its franchises, Disney’s Bob Iger has announced that the studio will extend its policy on banning depictions of smoking to all of the youth-targeted movies under its banner. Show More Summary
Hot off the big ticket Star Wars news Thursday, we’ve got some Bits for you as well. Bob Iger confirms Disneyland is expanding, but not with a third park. J.J. Abrams‘ part in Star Wars Episode VIII is an afterthought. Get some insights into the editing of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Show More Summary