Disney’s dumping a lot of data about ESPN this afternoon to ease Wall Street fears that the company’s cash cow could face leaner times due its rising costs and new competition from channels led by Fox Sports 1. CEO Bob Iger kicked off...Show More Summary
Star Wars: Episode VII has already begun filming according to Disney CEO Bob Iger, but details about the production have been well concealed. We know R2-D2 is in it, and Peter Mayhew is back to play Chewbacca. Carrie Fisher may be returning, and a few other bits have been revealed. Show More Summary
Poynter’s post about Willow Bay being named director of USCs Annenberg School initially mentioned that she’s married to Disney CEO Bob Iger. That was later scrubbed. Read the discussion about that on my Facebook page.
While attention had been focused on who would replace Anne Sweeney atop Disney/ABC’s TV Group, observers ponder what the choice would say about Walt Disney Co. CEO Bob Iger plans for the future of the company. Thomas Staggs and Jay Rasulo...Show More Summary
Pirates of the Caribbean 5 is currently in limbo, thanks to Disney CEO Bob Iger. Iger did a conference call on Tuesday and made it rain with news. He mentioned The Incredibles 2, Star Wars Episode VII, and also mentioned that, despite...Show More Summary
The New York Post reports on a Disney shareholder who asked Disney CEO Bob Iger whether his ABC News division is becoming a “training ground” for talent who eventually flee to CNN. Jake Tapper, Chris Cuomo, Bill Weir, and John Berman have all left ABC for CNN in the last 18 months. Show More Summary
With the massive and unexpected success of “Frozen,” it’s clear that animated flicks are sure-fire money-makers. And Disney CEO Bob Iger has unveiled plans to have Pixar produce a sequel to “The Incredibles” as well as a third installment...Show More Summary
Star Wars fanatics now have a timeline for the next episode in the intergalactic space drama. Bob Iger, CEO of the Walt Disney Company, said yesterday at the company's shareholders' meeting that Episode VII will take place about 30 years after 1983's Return of the Jedi. And that's not all:...
Disney CEO Bob Iger announced today that 'Pirates of the Caribbean 5: Dead Men Tell No Tales' hasn't yet been greenlit. The post ‘Pirates of the Caribbean 5? Has Not Been Greenlit Yet appeared first on Screen Rant.
Incredibles 2 and Cars 3 are now in the pipeline, according to an announcement by Walt Disney’s CEO Bob Iger this morning. Bob Iger gave the announcement via conference call at an annual meeting for stockholders and D23 members in Portland, Oregon, but gave very few other details. Show More Summary
Today Disney CEO Bob Iger talked to shareholders, which – since Disney is the home of a ton of high priced franchises – also resulted in an info dump on a bunch of projects. Things that aren’t as important? From … Continue reading ? The post Disney Dispatches OFFICIAL NEWS About ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ appeared first on Latino-Review.com.
By Robert Niles: Disney CEO Bob Iger today revealed new details about the company's Shanghai Disneyland park, now under construction in China. On the 47th birthday of the original Pirates of the Caribbean ride at California's Disneyland,...Show More Summary
Almost a decade after its release, the one film in Pixar’s catalog that seemed tailor-made for a sequel is finally being revisited: Disney CEO Bob Iger has announced that a new story is in development for The Incredibles. Since it was...Show More Summary
The highly anticipated new Star Wars film, Star Wars: Episode VII, is set to begin filming this coming May, THR reports. “There will be some very familiar faces along with a trio of new young leads,” Walt Disney CEO Bob Iger said at the company’s shareholders conference earlier today. He also revealed that the plot [...]
While today’s Disney shareholders meeting found CEO Bob Iger offering news of The Incredibles 2 and Cars 3, there was another anxiously awaited/cautiously dreaded sequel on the minds of those in attendance, as investors wondered whether Disney might finally find a way to make some money off of Star Wars. Show More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger has revealed that a Pixar has a third "Cars" movie in development alongside an "Incredibles" sequel.
Disney CEO Bob Iger confirmed that production will begin in May, and that the story will feature new young leads and returning favorites. [...]
If you thought we were done with Pixar sequels, news from Disney's meeting of shareholders and D23 Members during the company's annual meeting has some opposing news. Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger revealed that Pixar Animation Studios is working on Cars 3, because merchandising is king at the House of Mouse. Show More Summary
Pixar is working on a sequel to 2004's The Incredibles, the popular computer-animated superhero movie from Walt Disney Pictures, Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed on Monday during the company's annual shareholders meeting in Oregon. IgerShow More Summary
Walt Disney CEO Bob Iger also disclosed during a shareholders meeting that the next Star Wars movie will take place 30 years after the events in 1983's "Return of the Jedi." read more