The Toy Story 4 release date has just been announced by none other than Disney’s CEO Bob Iger, surprising many fans who expected the third film to be the franchise’s last. There are already a few fans skeptical of the quality of ToyShow More Summary
Sorry, cord-cutting House of Mouse fans. Walt Disney Co. CEO Bob Iger has no interest in offering a la carte options for its various cable channels, even as its subsidiary ESPN gears up to launch more over-the-top services and stream more live sports programming. Read Full Story
The greatest animated franchise of all time is getting another sequel. Disney said that Toy Story 3 would be the end of Woody and Buzz, but alas, here with are, announcing Toy Story 4. The company's chairman and CEO Bob Iger revealed...Show More Summary
It's back to infinity and beyond for Woody and the gang, who will officially return to the big screen for "Toy Story 4." Disney CEO Bob Iger announced plans for another sequel on Thursday. John Lasseter, who directed the first two "Toy Story" movies, will hold the reins for the newest entry in Pixar's franchise as well. Show More Summary
Another "Toy Story" sequel is coming! Disney CEO Bob Iger announced "Toy Story 4" will be coming June 2017 during the company's Q4 earnings call Thursday. The movie will be directed by John Lasseter, Walt Disney Studios Animation's chief creative officer. Show More Summary
Briefly: Straight from a call with Disney CEO Bog Iger speaking to investors, we have word that Pixar Animation is working on Toy Story 4, which will be directed by John Lasseter and sent to theaters in June 2017. The news comes from Twitter (via Movies.com's Peter S. Show More Summary
Briefly: Disney CEO Bob Iger just announced that Pixar will release Toy Story 4 in June 2017. John Lasseter will return to direct. We’ll have more soon. Batman v Superman Teaser Trailer Description [Comic Con 2014]Superhero Bits: Namor,...Show More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger is confident in his capital allocation focus on big buybacks. But Iger could do better. Here's one shareholder-friendly idea.
Walt Disney Co. Chairman and Chief Executive Robert Iger, who inked a two-year contract extension on Thursday, could depart the company in 2018 with a bonus of up to $60 million.
By Robert Niles: The decision to delay Bob Iger's retirement ? again ? raises the question: Who really ought to be running the Walt Disney Company? Originally, Iger was going to be stepping down next year, with a replacement named by now. Show More Summary
By Lisa Richwine LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Walt Disney Co's board extended Chairman and Chief Executive Bob Iger's contract through June 2018, keeping him at the helm of the media and theme park company two years longer than he previously planned. Show More Summary
By Robert Niles: The Walt Disney Company has extended the contract of CEO and Chairman Bob Iger until 2018. Iger was expected to step down as Disney's leader in 2016. Disney is expected to name a COO [chief operating officer] next year, to assist Iger and, effectively, become the heir apparent for the CEO job. Show More Summary
"I’m very excited about what lies ahead, including the release of our Star Wars films and the launch of Shanghai Disneyland" read more
Th entertainment giant just added two years to the contract, keeping Bob Iger as Chairman and CEO through June 30, 2018. "By setting a clear business strategy based on producing high-quality branded content, technological innovation and international expansion--and then over-delivering against that strategy--Mr. Show More Summary
When the CEO of Disney asks you to dump a bucket of ice water on your head, you do it. So when Bob Iger was nominated for the ALS challenge by A pple CEO Tim Cook, he, in turn, nominated three major characters from Disney properties: Peter Quill (Marvel’s "Guardians of the Galaxy"), Tony Stark (aka "Iron Man"), and Olivia Pope (ABC’s "Scandal"). Show More Summary
Yesterday, Walt Disney CEO Bob Iger became one of the latest to take the ice bucket challenge for ALS awareness. However, like most celebs participating in the social media viral fundraiser, he didn’t exactly follow the rules, and the ALS Association is probably glad. The challenge, described in full at the ALS Association’s website here,
Bob Iger, the CEO of The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) is fond of Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX), and there is no denying that fact. The two companies have cemented a strong relationship over the years and it seems it will last long into the future. Mr. Iger considers Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) to be one of the main […]
Star Wars Episode VII and Star Wars Rebels rumors, praise, trivia and even inside Hollywood stuff are in this edition of Star Wars Bits. Below, read about the following: Disney CEO Bob Iger has seen Star Wars Episode VII footage. New rumors have risen about the location of the Millennium Falcon. Show More Summary
Star Tours! You're gonna have company! After hints last year of a potential Star Wars Land in the works, Disney CEO Bob Iger announced today that the theme park(s) would be getting new attraction(s) tied to everyone's favorite space saga, and the elusive plans will be revealed next year. Read more...