Speaking at an industry event, Disney CEO Bob Iger said Wednesday that ESPN is exploring various subscription-based models for their forthcoming streaming service, previously announced in August. Via Multichannel: At the Goldman Sachs...Show More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger didn't reveal what the movie would be about, but he says a third Star Wars anthology flick is in the works for 2020. The post Cantina Talk: Rejoice! Another Star Wars Standalone Movie Will Land in 2020 appeared first on WIRED.
As part of his talk about Rogue One with investors on Wednesday, Disney CEO Bob Iger confirmed that a third Star Wars standalone film is in development, Deadline reports. Few details about the film are known, but Iger revealed that the studio has hired a writer to work on the ... More »
Disney CEO Bob Iger assures Star Wars and Marvel fans that his studio will continue making these movies well into the future.
"Star Wars" fans had to be patient for years leading up to "Episode VII - The Force Awakens," but those days of waiting seem to be over -- at least for the foreseeable future. Disney CEO Bob Iger discussed the franchise during an investor...Show More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger confirms that a writer is attached to the mysterious third Star Wars spin-off, which is rumored to follow Boba Fett.
On Wednesday, Disney CEO Bob Iger began a process that will last until December 16: downplaying the expectations for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. "We never felt it would do the level that Force Awakens did," Iger told an audience of investors. While he then went on to say ... More »
At this point in the game, there’s hardly a childhood memory under the sun that Disney doesn’t own. Indeed, in the past decade-plus, the House of Mouse has done an amazing job of acquiring the right companies and bet on them based on their strengths. Show More Summary
While appearing at a New York Goldman Sachs conference today, Disney CEO Bob Iger warned that Rogue One: A Star Wars Story will not be doing bonkers Star Wars: The Force Awakens-level box office and revealed that he had a meeting with...Show More Summary
By Jacob Sundstrom: We have obtained, through a variety of Bothan spies, a transcript of a conversation between Walt Disney World Resort president George Kalogridis and Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger. This conversation centers around...Show More Summary
We've been hearing for awhile that Disney is readying an ESPN a la carte offering that doesn't require a cable subscription. On Disney's earnings call Tuesday, CEO Bob Iger sketched out what it will actually be like. The short storyShow More Summary
Streaming video and skinny bundles were on analysts’ minds today as they peppered Disney CEO Bob Iger with questions about his plans in a conference call to discuss June quarter earnings. The CEO was ready, kicking things off with an...Show More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger has been named Vice Chair of the Board of Directors of Los Angeles 2024, LA’s bid for the 2024 Olympics. Iger joins LA 2024 Board Chairman Casey Wasserman, along with fellow vice chairs Janet Evans, four-time Olympic...Show More Summary
IGN Comics editor and Star Wars fan Joshua Yehl has created a petition on Change.org which asks Disney CEO Bob Iger and Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy to consider naming the Star Wars films' first on-screen LGBT character after his friend Drew Leinonen, who was one of the 49 people slain in the Orlando shooting on June 12th.
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