(Reuters) - Walt Disney Co has agreed to buy 33 percent stake in the video unit of Major League Baseball's digital arm MLB Advanced Media in a deal valued at about $3.5 billion, Bloomberg reported, citing a person familiar with the matter. Show More Summary
Walt Disney Co. is in talks to acquire a stake in Major League Baseball Advanced Media, which develops and manages the league’s digital products, including a popular streaming service, according to people with knowledge of the matter who were not authorized to comment publicly. Disney is expected...
On a livestream broadcast on Facebook, Walt Disney Animation Studios announced a sequel to Wreck-It Ralph for release in theaters on March 9, 2018. What's the holdup? After wrecking video games in his feature film debut in 2012, Ralph has set his sights on the Internet, and, well, that's a lot of pipes. Show More Summary
Walt Disney Animation made a big announcement on Facebook Live this morning: Wreck-It Ralph 2 will be coming to theaters in 2018. Get the details after the jump. Filmmaker Rich Moore addressed fans on the Breaking News Facebook Live broadcast, introducing Phil Johnston, who co-wrote Wreck It Ralph and Zootopia. Show More Summary
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Walt Disney Animation Studios is going back to the world of video games in 2018. It took to Facebook Live Thursday to announced that an internet-centric sequel to Wreck-It Ralph is in production and will be released March 9, 2018. Read more...
A 'Wreck-It Ralph' sequel means Walt Disney may be a lot more willing to make theatrical sequels to their animated originals.
On Thursday, Walt Disney Animation Studios announced it is making a sequel to “Wreck-It Ralph” – and the news wrecked Facebook. In an attempt to stay up to date in the world of social media, Disney took to Facebook Live to reveal that a second “Wreck-It Ralph” film is slated to open on March 9,...
By Robert Niles: Tickets are now on sale for this year's Candlelight Processional performances at Walt Disney World's Epcot. Technically, Disney's opened up reservations for dining packages that include reserved seating at the Candlelight...Show More Summary
Walt Disney Animation is talking up a big announcement of some sort tomorrow, and naturally we have no clue what it's about. But that won't stop us from speculating, especially when said news could mean the return of one or more of the most successful Disney films in recent history.
Walt Disney Animation Studios has revealed it will be making a big mysterious announcement on Thursday, June 30th at 9am Pacific time. But what could Disney Animation’s big announcement be? Let’s take a look at some of the options. The...Show More Summary
A bunch of people touring Walt Disney's childhood home in Chicago over the weekend had a jolly holiday with him, Bert, thanks to a very memorable tour guide of sorts: Dick Van Dyke. The Mary Poppins star was visiting the site to mark the near-completion of the entrance's restoration when ... More »
Dick Van Dyke is 90 years old, but he's not slowing down a bit. The star of Mary Poppins recently visited the childhood home of Walt Disney in Chicago for the Creativity Days festival. After touring the house, Van Dyke stepped out onto...Show More Summary
Now this just lifts our hearts up to the highest heights! Legendary actor Dick Van Dyke made every Disney fan's wildest dreams come true when he led a sing-along of "Let's Go Fly A Kite" from "Mary Poppins," in front of Walt Disney's...Show More Summary
The 90-year-old actor is still impossibly charming. [ more › ]
“Mary Poppins” star Dick Van Dyke led a crowd in a sing-a-long of “Let’s Go Fly a Kite” in front of Walt Disney’s childhood home in Chicago on Sunday.
By Robert Niles: Holidays extras on top of extras Walt Disney World today announced that it is now taking reservations for its upcharge dessert parties at its hard-ticket after-hours holiday parties this year. The HalloWishes Fireworks...Show More Summary
Walt Disney World has reopened its beaches following the June 14 alligator attack of two-year-old Lane Graves that ultimately led to the toddler’s death. Sources inside Disney World have confirmed that signs warning visitors of alligators...Show More Summary
By Robert Niles: The Walt Disney theme parks appear to have resumed their social media posting after more than a week's silence following both the Pulse nightclub shooting and the fatal alligator attack at the Walt Disney World Resort. Show More Summary
Backstage is teaming up with Walt Disney Pictures to bring our readers two free, advance screenings of the much anticipated film adaptation of Roald Dahl’s “The BFG.” Oscar winner Mark Rylance stars as the titular giant who befriends a lonely little girl named Sophie (Ruby Barnhill). Show More Summary