(Reuters) - Walt Disney Studios has signed an agreement with Shanghai Media Group Pictures to develop Disney-branded movies, the latest move by a U.S. studio to grow its presence in China's entertainment business.
Walt Disney Studios and Shanghai Media Group Pictures have stuck a multiyear partnership agreement to co-develop Disney-branded movies that would be released in China and other international markets.
Burbank, California & Shanghai, China, 06 March, 2014: The Walt Disney Studios and Shanghai Media Group Pictures (SMG Pictures) today announced a multi-year partnership agreement aimed at co-developing Disney-branded movies for US-China...Show More Summary
By Blackstone Equity Research: Walt Disney Company (DIS) is the largest media conglomerate in the world in terms of revenues. Disney is best known for its film studio, the Walt Disney Studios, and the company also owns and operates the...Show More Summary
Earlier this week, as it was in the middle of collecting two Academy Awards trophies, Disney’s Frozen passed another major milestone, becoming Walt Disney Studio’s seventh feature to cross the $1 billion mark at the global box office. Show More Summary
Today, coinciding with the digital release of Disney’s hit film “Frozen,” The Walt Disney Studios announces Disney Movies Anywhere, a new digital movie service and app. Debuting with iTunes as its exclusive launch provider, Disney Movies Anywhere is a simple, streamlined way to manage and enjoy your digital collection of Disney, Pixar, and Marvel movies on iPhone, iPad, […]
The title essentially says it all. Disney Movies Anywhere is a new, cloud-based digital movie service launched by The Walt Disney Studios that will allow subscribers to access Disney, Pixar and Marvel movies on the go using their favorite iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Show More Summary
If you have ever had a craving to watch "The Lion King" or "Wall-E" while you were on a bus or in line at the grocery store, you're very much in luck. On Tuesday (Feb. 25), Walt Disney Studios released a new cloud-based service called Disney Movies Anywhere, and its function is exactly what it sounds like. Show More Summary
Walt Disney Studios has announced a new cloud-based digital movie service, Disney Movies Anywhere. This new service is available in app form on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch and also on the Web. The service is set to allow consumers to watch movies from Disney, Pixar, and Marvel at home and on the go. Right now […]
The Walt Disney Studios today released a free iOS app called Disney Movies Anywhere. This iTunes integrated app allows users to stream digital Disney, Pixar and Marvel movies they have already purchased and also lets them browse through a catalog to buy new ones. Show More Summary
The Walt Disney Studios on Tuesdaylaunched Disney Movies Anywhere, its cloud-based digital movie service that enables consumers to stream any Disney, Pixar, and Marvel movie across any device. It is powered by iTunes so people can use their account to download any one of Disney’s library of over 400 active digital titles, including its most... Read More
The Walt Disney Studios today unveiled its exclusive cloud-based digital movie service, Disney Movies Anywhere. This new app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch and Web experience enables consumers to discover, purchase, manage, and watch movies from Disney, Pixar, and Marvel at home and on the go. Show More Summary
The Walt Disney Studios today launched Disney Movies Anywhere, its cloud-based digital movie service that enables consumers to stream any Disney, Pixar, and Marvel movie across any device. It is... Keep reading ?
The Walt Disney Studios is launching a new app today for iOS devices and the web called Disney Movies Anywhere, giving users a place where they can watch the Disney, Pixar, and Marvel films that they've purchased, while also finding new ones. Show More Summary
With all the buzz surrounding the recent release of the first trailer, it looks as though Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy" is set up to become a huge success. Now Walt Disney Studios are providing some behind the scenes insights on each character from the actors that play them. Show More Summary
Columbia Pictures’ EVP Production Sam Dickerman is moving to Disney, taking the same title and reporting to Walt Disney Studios Motion Picture Production president Sean Bailey. While at Sony, Dickerman worked most recently on current...Show More Summary
Its fun animation adventures are what movie lovers enjoy from Walt Disney Studios, but it seems the one of studios well-known characters is stirring up a lawsuit. On Monday (February 10), Diece-Lisa Industries sued Disney Enterprises...Show More Summary
Walt Disney Studios’ Frozen passed the $900M worldwide mark this weekend ($913.7M), having opened in China on Wednesday to take in additional $13.7M. With an international cume of $545.1M, it now becomes the biggest Disney Animation release in China and the second biggest Disney/Pixar animated release ever, behind Monster’s University. Show More Summary
The Walt Disney Co. (DIS) is set to report FQ1 2014 earnings after the market closes on Wednesday, February 5th. Disney is an American media company most well known for Walt Disney Studios, but also owns ESPN, A+E and ABC Networks. Estimates for Disney's latest animated film, Frozen, are high as the film has already grossed $864 million globally. Show More Summary