Movies and TV shows aren’t enough, we want channels fully devoted to Star Wars and Marvel! Luckily, Disney might be working on just that. CEO Bob Iger talked about the potential there during […]
Mickey, Spidey, and Yoda all under one roof? Disney has lots of other channels, such as ESPN, ABC, Disney Jr., and Disney XD; and Disney CEO Bob Iger sounds like he might be keen on expanding the family. During an investors call last week, Iger mentioned possibly creating TV channels for both Star Wars and Marvel, […]
Tucked inside an interview with Daily Finance is the news that Disney CEO Bob Iger seems to be considering two TV channels dedicated to Marvel entertainment and all things Star Wars, respectively. Read more...
Disney CEO Bob Iger hints that the company may be developing cable channels that would only carry 'Star Wars' and Marvel movies and TV shows.
“Honey, what do you want to watch tonight?” “I don’t know, what’s on the Star Wars channel?” That seemingly impossible conversation could happen if Disney CEO Bob Iger has his way. The man in charge was recently doing an investors call...Show More Summary
The CEO also gifted 90,900 shares this week to an unknown beneficiary, according to an SEC filing. read more
D23: The Official Disney Fan Club announces the lineup of the most highly anticipated presentations at D23 EXPO 2015, August 14–16. The Disney Legends Awards Ceremony, hosted by Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger, will kick off the Expo on Friday, August 14. Show More Summary
Walt Disney Studios have announced the big presentation line-up for D23 Expo 2015. The line-up includes a Disney Legends Awards Ceremony hosted by Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger, presentations by Disney Animation and Pixar, as well as Walt Disney Studios live action (which includes Disney, Marvel, and Lucasfilm). Show More Summary
"We’re mindful of the fact that there’s a whole generation of people out there that were not as steeped in the Star Wars lore and not as in love with the franchise as an older generation," Bob Iger explained on an earnings call. read more
It’s a quandary for Disney. Star Wars is “a very strong franchise, but a film has not been released in 10 years,” CEO Bob Iger told analysts this morning. That means “there’s a whole generation” that doesn’t recall the power of the Force. Show More Summary
The company, led by CEO Bob Iger, posted strong gains in its theme parks and consumers products units. read more
(John Hinderaker) Disney CEO Bob Iger is a co-chairman of the Partnership for a New American Economy, a group that advocates increasing the H-1B visa cap. The Partnership recently sponsored a closed briefing for Congressional staff on Capitol Hill. Show More Summary
Photos via Firm In 2011, Walt Disney Co. CEO Bob Iger proposed a technological reinvention of Disney's iconic parks, ostensibly to make the Magic Kingdom more amenable to tech-savvy millennials. He got buy-in from his directors to spend nearly...
Inside Disney's radical plan to modernize its cherished theme parks. Bob Iger wanted approval. It was February 2011, and the Walt Disney Co. CEO gathered his board of directors inside an intimate theater at the company's Team Disney headquarters in Burbank, California. Show More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger announced at an investor meeting in March 2014 that Pixar was developing two more sequels to go along with the upcoming 'Toy Story 4' and 'Finding Dory'. They are believed to be 'Cars 3' and 'The Incredibles 2', the follow up to the hit animated film that tells the story of the Parr family, a family of superheroes from writer/ director Brad Bird.
Back in March 2014, Disney CEO Bob Iger hinted that a sequel to one of Pixar's most-beloved films, 2004's "The Incredibles," was in the works. Director Brad Bird is expected to return for the sequel. We didn't know much else about the project until now. Show More Summary
Disney CEO Bob Iger was one of the first people to learn about Steve Jobs' pancreatic cancer back in 2006, a new book about Steve Jobs says. According to upcoming Jobs biography, "Becoming Steve Jobs: The Evolution of a Reckless Upstart...Show More Summary
Just 30 minutes before the announcement of Pixar's sale to Disney for $7.4 billion, Steve Jobs told Bob Iger his cancer was back. "Bob, there's something really important I've got to tell you." Read Full Story
The Disney CEO and Chairman has big projects ahead with Star Wars and Frozen 2
Jeremy Pembrey/Alamy Walt Disney (DIS) has some big changes in the works for its least-visited theme park in Florida, and the first step appears to be a new name. Disney CEO Bob Iger let the cat out of the bag during last week's annual...Show More Summary