Disney chief executive Bob Iger was reportedly "alarmed" by the situation, so the company contacted EA to outline its concerns.
Andrew Cuomo may not be officially running for President in 2020, but a big-bucks visit tonight to Universal boss Jeff Shell's home to schmooze with studio chiefs shows the New York governor is already taking a page out of the Democrats'...Show More Summary
Disney has announced its own streaming service is coming in 2019, but with so many alternatives already on the market, one of the major factors that will determine how many people subscribe will be the cost.
Image. Bioware/EA On Friday, the news dropped that Rian Johnson's time in the Star Wars universe would not end with The Last Jedi. Instead, Disney CEO Bob Iger announced that Johnson would be working on a brand new trilogy of movies,...Show More Summary
Good news, everybody: Disney's streaming service will reportedly cost "substantially" less than Netflix. Disney CEO Bob Iger says (per Polygon), "We've given a lot of thought to pricing. I can't get specific with you yet, because we haven't determined it yet. Show More Summary
On Walt Disney Co.'s fourth-quarter and full-year earnings call with investors today, Disney chairman and CEO Bob Iger spoke at length about the company's desire to be a "viable player" in the direct-to-consumer space. Disney is launching two streaming services: the much-talked-about ESPN-branded service officially called ESPN Plus, which will launch in the spring, and...
May the force be with you, Wildcats. TV series based on Stars Wars and High School Musical are in the work, Walt Disney Company chairman and CEO Bob Iger revealed during a quarterly...
Disney Streaming Service Developing Live-Action TV Series!! Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! It looks like the first live-action Star Wars TV series won’t be airing on TV. Disney chief Bob Iger announced Thursday thatShow More Summary
Disney’s quarterly earnings reports over the last while have seen a pattern of declining revenues attributed to ESPN, and that continued again in their fiscal fourth quarter report Thursday. Reuters has more on how ESPN was part of a...Show More Summary
Bet on it! Disney is developing a High School Musical TV show. According to Variety, Disney boss Bob Iger announced during the company's quarterly earnings call on Thursday that a High School Musical series is in the works to premiere...Show More Summary
Walt Disney CEO Bob Iger has revealed few — but telling — details about a long-awaited ESPN sports streaming service. ESPN+, or ESPN Plus, is the name of the sport channel's standalone streaming platform, Iger said in a Thursday earnings call. Show More Summary
The Walt Disney Co. will mine some of its best-loved entertainment franchises — including Star Wars, Marvel and Monsters Inc. – to help launch its forthcoming streaming service. Chief Executive Bob Iger said the company would develop a live-action Star Wars television series for Disney’s direct-to-consumer service. Show More Summary
Rian Johnson, the director of the upcoming film "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," will be creating a new "Star Wars" film trilogy, Disney CEO Bob Iger announced Thursday. Johnson will write and direct the new trilogy, which does not yet have...Show More Summary
Disney is expected to report earnings of $1.16 per share Thursday afternoon. Millennials on the trading app Robinhood seem to be more bullish on the stock than older Wall Street investors. Disney CEO Bob Iger and his team will have plenty...Show More Summary
Is the possibility of a Hulk and Wolverine buddy picture enough to overlook antitrust rules? JK, of course it is.
Scores of Democratic politicians and some prominent non-politicians (Robert Iger, Tom Steyer) as well as some clearheaded anti-Trump Republicans (e.g. Sens. Bob Corker and Jeff Flake, Ohio Gov. John Kasich) and Trump sycophants (e.g. Sen. Tom Cotton) might be mulling over their 2020 presidential prospects. Yes, already. And that’s a good thing — that is, […]
On Friday, The Ringer published an essay from editor-in-chief Bill Simmons in which the former ESPN columnist offered his thoughts on the ongoing Jemele Hill saga and ESPN’s eternally puzzling approach to employee discipline. Simmons’ piece, which is worth reading in full, included an eye-catching digression about Disney CEO Bob Iger. Show More Summary
'Harvey Weinstein’s reported behavior is abhorrent and unacceptable, and it has no place in our society,' Bob Iger said.
Stop us if you’ve heard this before today. On second thought, don’t — because now Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger has weighed in on the spreading controversy about sexual abuse allegations made again Harvey Weinstein. “Harvey Weinstein's...Show More Summary
"Iger has gotten increasingly political of late, stoking speculation he has his eyes on the White House." The post Jemele Hill’s future at ESPN may hinge on Bob Iger’s political ambitions appeared first on Hot Air.