By Robert Niles: LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. ? Joined by the stars of Avatar and filmmaker James Cameron, Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger officially dedicated the Walt Disney World Resort's new Pandora - The World of Avatar land in a media ceremony this morning. Show More Summary
Pirates hacking "Pirates"? Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales," which is set to open May 26, is reportedly being held hostage unless a ransom is paid. LA Times reports that Disney's chief exec Bob Iger told ABC employees in New York yesterday that hackers claim to have stolen one of the studio's films. Show More Summary
Hackers are demanding money from Disney to stop the leaking of a pirate copy of an upcoming film. While Disney CEO Bob Iger didn't mention the movie by name when he announced the news, reports have identified the upcoming 'Pirates of the Caribbean 5' as the target. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and ANONYMOUS VPN services.
The new Pirates of the Caribbean movie has apparently fallen into the hands of a different kind of pirate, and they're threatening to make it public unless a ransom is paid. Disney CEO Bob Iger told employees Monday that hackers have seized a Disney movie and are demanding a massive...
Earlier today, reports came in that an unnamed, unreleased Disney movie had been stolen from the company by hackers. Company CEO Bob Iger informed ABC employees at a town hall style meeting that a movie had been taken, and that it was being held hostage in exchange for a large ... More »
It looks like Disney’s latest film about pirates might itself have been stolen by modern-day pirates. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Disney CEO Bob Iger announced to ABC staff today that hackers claim to have an unreleased Disney film, and will release it to the public unless the House of Mouse pays a ransom. Show More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger didn't disclose the film and doesn't plan to give in to demands, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
It sounds like real life is playing out like an incredibly low stakes season of 24. According to Yahoo! Movies, Disney CEO Bob Iger has stated that hackers are claiming to have access to an upcoming Disney film. While we don’t know the...Show More Summary
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Walt Disney Co Chief Executive Bob Iger has revealed that hackers claimed to have access to an unnamed upcoming movie and have demanded a ransom, the Hollywood Reporter said on Monday. Iger made the comments during a town hall meeting with ABC employees in New York City, the Hollywood Reporter...
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales has reportedly been stolen by hackers ahead of the May 26 release date. Deadline has apparently confirmed that the film was stolen, but Bob Iger, Disney’s CEO, will not be paying any ransom to the hackers. The hackers want a sum of money paid to Bitcoin, [...]
Hackers are holding a Disney movie for ransom, but Disney isn't paying up, according to a new report from The Hollywood Reporter. Disney CEO Bog Iger informed ABC staff on Monday about the situation, but didn't say which film it was, THR reports. Show More Summary
Iger discussed the highly-publicized layoff of ESPN employees during Disney's earnings call on Tuesday.
Disney’s second-quarter earnings call Tuesday had one ongoing trend (lower media networks operating income dragging other divisions down, led by declines at ESPN) and one interesting new development, with Disney CEO Bob Iger taking exception to the way ESPN has been portrayed in relation to their recent layoffs. Show More Summary
Count Disney out of the group of studios angling to create a premium video on demand window — which would empower them to show new movies to home viewers before the end of the three month period when theaters now show them exclusively. The...Show More Summary
No one thought that a civilian with no military or political experience could win the race for the highest office in the land, President of the United States. That was of course until real estate mogul Donald Trump won the 2016 election...Show More Summary
If Disney CEO Bob Iger ends up running for California governor – as has been rumored – I’m sure that the environment will stand atop his platform, because nobody in the entertainment business recycles more than Disney. Animated movies becoming live action films, movies becoming theme park rides, theme park rides becoming movies. It’s the […]
Last month, a poorly worded turn of phrase from Disney CEO Bob Iger set Star Wars fans ablaze, worried that the Han Solo spinoff movie would be about the young smuggler “getting his name.” The internet panicked wildly that Han Solo’s real name suddenly wasn’t Han Solo. Everyone can calm the hell down now. Read more...
Maybe that’s why Chewie’s fur is so big: It’s full of secrets about Han Solo. Last month, Disney CEO Bob Iger raised eyebrows in a University of Southern California lecture hall when he said an upcoming “Star Wars” movie focusing onShow More Summary
LucasFilm president Kathleen Kennedy clears up comments by Disney's Bob Iger, regarding Han Solo's name in the upcoming spin-off.