Following up on last year’s announcement that Pixar would be adopting a “one and a half” policy toward releasing one wholly original movie for every half-baked Monsters Unpaid Internship sequel, Disney’s Bob Iger announced today that at least two of those upcoming sequels will be Cars 3 and The Incredibles 2. Show More Summary
Disney head Bob Iger dropped a big piece of news offhandedly during the Disney Investor’s Meeting today, stating that Brad Bird is working on the story for The Incredibles 2 and that Pixar is also working on a new Cars movie. No surprise...Show More Summary
The Disney CEO made the observation as he kicked off his company’s annual shareholder meeting, now underway in Portland, Ore. Frozen has already generated more than $1B globally and, having just opened in Japan, should pass Toy Story 3‘s sales of $1.06B. Show More Summary
The change appears to have appeased shareholders who are still seething over Disney’s decision to make Bob Iger both CEO and Chairman — and scratches a potentially embarrassing vote today over a proposal that could have made the process of selecting board members slightly more democratic. Show More Summary
Marvel Universe B-listers Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist and Luke Cage are headed to Netflix, but not before coming to New York City on a $200 million ticket paid for by Disney. The Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger today announced...Show More Summary
(ABOVE: Disney CEO Bob Iger, NY Governor Andrew Cuomo & Marvel CCO Joe Quesada) In an unprecedented move, New York governor Andrew Cuomo announced a multi-million dollar incentive program designed specifically to convince Marvel to film their 5 new Netflix series in New York City. As it’s rare for a show or even a movie to […]
CEO Bob Iger and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo are expected to announce plans to film Disney's street-level Marvel/Netflix series in New York City.
When Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger said that he believed "Frozen" has "real franchise potential," it came as a surprise to very few. The film has dominated theaters across the world for months, grossing more than $913 million worldwide...Show More Summary
What happens when you combine Idina Menzel's "Let It Go" with Zac Efron's "Bet On It"? This hilarious mashup of "Frozen" and "High School Musical" that must be what Bob Iger had in mind when he called "Frozen" the next great Disney franchise. Watch below. The Efron original... ... and the "Frozen" scene, just because: [via BuzzFeed]
Coming from Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger... "On the interactive front there will be new iterations of Infinity. What that game prove to us is the strength of that platform - basically the game-play itself which was great, and the fact that Disney characters, Disney intellectual property could work on that platform, so that's a big deal. Show More Summary
Surprising no-one who has been paying attention and listening to the buzzing about a certain set of Twins, Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger told investors this week that Captain America: The Winter Soldier will lead up to and have … Continue reading ? The post Disney Says ‘Cap 2? Leads To ‘Avengers 2? appeared first on Latino-Review.com.
Bob Iger reveals "Captain America" sequel will "set crucial events in motion" for "Age of Ultron" while post-movie scene details leak.
The Walt Disney Company (DIS) F1Q 2014 Earnings Call February 05, 2014 05:00 pm ET Executives Lowell Singer - Investor Relations Bob Iger - Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jay Rasulo - Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Financial...Show More Summary
With less than two months to go before Captain America: The Winter Soldier hits theaters, The Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger has revealed that the Marvel Studios sequel will pave the way for 2015's Avengers: Age of Ultron and thatShow More Summary
Yesterday, The Walt Disney Company released their 2013 Shareholder letter. In it, Disney CEO Bob Iger gave an update (of sorts) on the status of Star Wars: Episode VII–as well as some significantly more substantial news regarding their new Star Wars: Rebels TV series. Here’s Iger’s vague, evasive “report” on Episode VII: It’s hard to believe […]
The stock is up, CEO Bob Iger is talking up the fiscal Q1 numbers on CNBC — and at first glance it looks like there’s enough in the results to justify all of that enthusiasm. Disney reported net income of $1.8B, +33% vs the period last year, on revenues of $12.3B, +9%.
The Walt Disney Company released their 2013 Shareholder letter on Tuesday and, in it, CEO Bob Iger talked about the latest in the world of Star Wars. In regards to Star Wars Episode VII, he said they’re very excited about the story and “should be releasing more information as production moves forward in the coming year.” Which, […]
Ron Meyer, Les Moonves, Michael Lynton, Brad Grey and Jim Gianopulos are among the co-hosts for the event to raise money for the Vermont senator's 2016 reelection campaign, set for next month in Los Angeles. read more
With 90% of what Disney and Lucasfilm have planned for Star Wars still a mystery, any comment from one of the principals becomes noteworthy. Those principals are the man (metaphorically) signing the checks, Disney CEO Bob Iger, the director of Star Wars Episode VII J.J. Abrams, and the president of Lucasfilm, Kathleen Kennedy. Over the past few […]
Unsurprisingly, the now Golden Globe-winning animated movie Frozen is headed to Broadway. Walt Disney CEO and chairman Bob Iger has confirmed that the massive hit will soon join the endless procession of movies transferred from screen to stage. Show More Summary