Johnny Depp and Amber Heard are in the midst of a highly publicized divorce, with Amber alleging that she was abused by Johnny. But despite those claims of domestic violence from Heard, the CEO of Disney, Bob Iger, is not stressing about whether the divorce drama might adversely affect the next Pirates of the Caribbean... Show More Summary
Amid Amber Heard's claims of abuse against estranged husband Johnny Depp, Disney CEO Bob Iger had no problem defending the actor in a revealing new interview with The Hollywood Reporter. When THR writer Matthew Belloni asked Iger about...Show More Summary
The Hollywood Reporter recently published an in-depth interview with Disney CEO Bob Iger, during which Iger addresses everything from Bernie Sanders' criticism of the wages offered at Disney Parks to the recent restructuring of Marv...
There’s been plenty of discussion about how ESPN’s issues have affected Disney’s stock price, but Disney CEO Bob Iger has been consistent both in his support of the network’s future and his discussion of ESPN’s plans to self-distribute with a standalone over-the-top offering. Show More Summary
In an astoundingly tone deaf case of choosing bros before...common decency, Disney CEO Bob Iger has spoken out in something resembling support of Johnny Depp because the star has made the company so much dang money by playing Captain Jack Sparrow. Read more...
The Hollywood Reporter had a chance to sit and chat with Disney CEO Bob Iger. They discussed everything from Pixar to Marvel to Lucasfilm. While discussing Lucasfilm THR asked about the future of Indiana Jones. Steven Spielberg has confirmed...Show More Summary
While "Indiana Jones" won't build into a cinematic universe quite like "Star Wars," there are more archaeological adventures in Disney's future.
The untitled Indiana Jones movie coming in 2019 may not be a full-on reboot - it'll feature Harrison Ford, after all - but it will give the series a kick in the pants and get it moving again, according to Disney CEO Bob Iger
Will we get more Indiana Jones flicks after Part 5, but in what form? Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. We know Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg are returning for Indy 5 (something I'm hugely in favor of if only...Show More Summary
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In news that should surprise absolutely no one, Disney has no plans to end the Indiana Jones franchise after the upcoming fifth film. They may, however, have plans to reboot it. CEO Bob Iger says while we shouldn’t expect a Star Wars-style...Show More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger teases that Indiana Jones won't be a sweeping franchise like Star Wars, but it won't end with this next installment either.
For the first time, The Hollywood Reporter has put together a ranking of the 100 most powerful executives, producers, stars, creatives, directors and reps in the entertainment business. At the top of the list is Bob Iger, Chairman and CEO...
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If anyone knows what’s going on with the universes of Disney, Marvel, Pixar, and Lucasfilm, it’s the CEO of all of Disney, Bob Iger. In a new interview, Iger said he expects to make more Indiana Jones movies after part 5... but that may or may not include Harrison Ford. Read more...
On Thursday morning in Shanghai, Walt Disney Company Chairman Bob Iger and “a phalanx of Chinese Communist Party officials” cut the ribbon on the $5.5 billion Shanghai Disney Resort, the company's first theme park in mainland China. The...Show More Summary
Disney got the OK to break ground on the $5.5B Shanghai Disney Resort just a little over five years ago. Today, the “authentically Disney, distinctly Chinese” park opened under rainy skies and following much anticipation. This is the first Disney resort in mainland China, and its 6th worldwide. Show More Summary
First look inside the new Shanghai Disney Resort June 15, 2016, 9:01 p.m. After five years of construction, $5.5 billion in spending and a month of testing to work out the kinks, Shanghai Disney Resort opened to the public just before noon, Shanghai time, on Thursday, June 16 (which was 9 p.m....
By Robert Niles: Shanghai Disneyland is now officially open to the public. Walt Disney Co. CEO Bob Iger, along with Chinese officials, cut the ceremonial ribbon as Disney opened its twelfth theme park on Thursday morning in Shanghai....Show More Summary
Walt Disney Company chairman and CEO Bob Iger spoke to the family of the 2-year-old boy killed in an alligator attack at a Walt Disney World resort on Wednesday. Iger, who is in Shanghai for the opening of the new Shanghai Disneyland,...Show More Summary