Speaking at a USC tech conference on Thursday, Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed the first significant details of the upcoming Han Solo movie. According to Iger, the spin-off prequel film will cover six years of Solo's life -- years in which...Show More Summary
Disney CEO shared some intel about 'Last Jedi' and the Han Solo film.
Carrie Fisher’s tragic passing may have given way to whispers about General Leia Organa’s role in the upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi but, according to Disney CEO Bob Iger, Fisher’s performance is going to be left untouched – and that includes ruling out a CGI Leia a la Star Wars: Rogue One
When Carrie Fisher died late last year, Star Wars fans found cold comfort in the confirmation that she had already completed filming on The Last Jedi. Now, Disney CEO Bob Iger is clarifying that the film’s storyline will not be altered to reflect her passing or absence from future films. ... More »
Scenes in the next “Star Wars” film shot with the late actress Carrie Fisher will remain in the movie unchanged, and the plot won’t be modified to deal with Fisher’s death, revealed Disney CEO Bob Iger. “She’s in [Episode] VIII, andShow More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger confirms that there will be no changes made to Carrie Fisher's performance in Star Wars 8.
Disney CEO Bob Iger shared some Han Solo movie plot details that will make you want to avert your eyes now if you want to avoid even the most innocuous of spoilers.
The Star Wars universe is busier than ever, and it looks like it will stay that way. Disney CEO Bob Iger gave fans some insight into the franchise's future during a talk in Santa Monica Thursday, as THR reports. Naturally, there wasShow More Summary
For too many years we have all just accepted that in a galaxy far, far away that contains magic, you might expect to meet a dude named Han Solo. Today, Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed that soon the origins of “Han Solo” will be a mystery no more. At a ... More »
Bob Iger is set to run ESPN parent Disney through July 2019. Iger, the company’s current CEO who’s filled that role since 2005, was first set to step down in 2016, then 2018, but last year’s departure of COO and presumptive Iger successor...Show More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger served up news nuggets about Star Wars, and himself, in an event today at the University of Southern California. On Star Wars, he says that “we’re not changing” the next film — The Last Jedi, due December 15 — to deal with the passing of Carrie Fisher. Show More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger says audiences will learn something new about Han Solo in the upcoming Star Wars spin-off.
CEO Bob Iger says that Star Wars will be waged for at least another 15 year The post The Future of Star Wars: Disney Makes Post-Saga Plans appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
We get a peek under the shroud of mystery surrounding the next two Star Wars films. CEO Bob Iger also offers fans new hope about movies beyond Episode IX.
Oh, those irascible Disney executives. So cheeky. So coy. So unwilling to share any details on what’s up with any of their upcoming Star Wars movies. Bunch of scruffy-looking nerf herders, the lot of them. Disney CEO Bob Iger seems to...Show More Summary
Walt Disney Co. Chairman and Chief Executive Robert Iger has extended his contract one year to 2019. The extension, announced by Disney on Thursday morning, comes as the company’s board of directors continues to search for a replacement for Iger. Iger, 66, previously was slated to leave the company...
Walt Disney said Thursday that Bob Iger is extending his tenure as CEO again. STOCK PRICE FOR DIS Full price information Read more...
Disney just made the expected announcement that it has extended CEO Bob Iger’s contract one year to 2019. Here’s the release, with more to come shortly: BURBANK, Calif., March 23, 2017—The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) Board of Directors announced today that it has extended Robert A. Show More Summary
Disney’s CEO, Bob Iger, had to defend his company and the parent company from allegations of media bias in a shareholders’ meeting this past week. According to Awful Announcing, internal discussions among ESPN employees from all sides of the political spectrum feel that the company is veering towards liberal politics. The article also pointed out […]