Walt Disney CEO Bob Iger tackled investor concerns over ESPN during the company’s quarterly earnings call Tuesday, addressing the perception that the pricey sports channel is losing customers. Multichannel News reports that Iger said ESPN’s subscriber losses have abated recently,...
Disney CEO Bob Iger has confirmed that Star Wars: Episode VIII has begun filming! Production was originally intended to begin in January, but right around the time the release date was pushed from May, 2017 to December 15, 2017, principal photography was moved back a bit as well. “There is no better way to propel [...]
The Worldwide Leader In Sports also appears to currently be the worldwide leader in hurting its parent corporation’s stock prices. Disney had what CEO Bob Iger called the company’s “greatest single quarter in history” during an earnings...Show More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger offered updates on the upcoming "Star Wars" films, including "Rogue One," which is "virtually completed."
Disney CEO Bob Iger has announced that production on 'Star Wars: Episode VIII' is officially underway.
The long-serving CEO isn't buying Wall Street's jitters about the company's performance
Bob Iger took pains to defend Disney-owned ESPN during the company's quarterly earnings call. It's doing great, he says, despite lower profits. The post Disney’s CEO Says Reports of ESPN’s Demise Are Ridiculous appeared first on WIR...
Disney CEO Bob Iger did his best in the company’s quarterly earnings call today to persuade analysts not to worry about continuing signs of weakness at ESPN — Disney’s biggest profit driver. “We fully expect our media networks, including ESPN, to deliver bottom line growth,” the CEO says. Show More Summary
When George Lucas sold Lucasfilm to Disney back in 2012, many expected big changes, and there have been someâ??chief among these is the Star Wars universe expanding at a rate we've never seen before. But Disney CEO Bob Iger is also known...Show More Summary
On the eve of Viceland's launch, Vice's CEO and the channel's co-president Spike Jonze reveal their plans to "f— shit up": 'Stoner Sundays' programming, no Nielsen ratings, and a belief Hollywood TV types "don’t know what the f— they’re doing." read more
Bob Iger says Marvel movies will never end. Read more...
In December, Star Wars: The Force Awakens was released and it has currently earned $1.9 billion at the worldwide box office. For almost five years now, the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has earned billions upon billions and Captain America: Civil War is being released in May and likely to do the same. Show More Summary
I hope you're not sick of movies and TV shows about Marvel and Star Wars. Disney chairman Bob Iger doesn't think you are.
Disney CEO Bob Iger teases that there is no end in sight for their lucrative 'Star Wars' movies and the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
"I don't know how many, I don't know how often." The post Bob Iger Says Star Wars and Marvel Movies Will Continue Forever appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Disney's Bob Iger admitted that there are more Star Wars and Marvel films on the way than those that have been announced.
Disney CEO Bob Iger said in November that Shanghai Disney Resort would open “next spring” — and the June 16 date it announced today just barely makes the deadline. The entertainment giant and its partner, Shanghai Shendi Group — which...Show More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger lauds location, fan experience of Carson project
When 400 top Walt Disney executives were summoned by CEO Bob Iger recently, they knew there was something serious on the agenda, recalls CIO Susan O'Day. Iger's message for the troops was blunt: " I expect all of you to have a love affair...Show More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger claims that the long-awaited 'Indiana Jones 5' is in fact happening, although he won't offer any sort of time table.