Breaking News: The Walt Disney Company Acquires Twenty-First Century Fox For $52.4 Billion
On the day that Star Wars: The Last Jedi comes out. Disney has officially announced its purchase of 21st Century Fox. — The transactions include 21st Century Fox's film and television studios, cable entertainment networks and international TV businesses. Disney touted that popular entertainment properties X-Men, Avatar, The Simpsons, FX Networks and National Geographic.
'Olaf's Frozen Adventure' Will Air on ABC
After being cut as the opening act for Disney-Pixar's Coco. Olaf's Frozen Adventure will be on ABC as part of ABC's "25 Days of Christmas" lineup. — The 22 minute featurette was always intended to be a holiday special on ABC. Even on previous Frozen specials it was advertised as a holiday special. Before the release of Coco however Disney announced that the film wouldn't open with a creative Pixar short. Instead it would open with the featurette that was suppose to be a holiday special. We still don't know the backstory behind the Coco-Frozen issue. Many speculated that it was an attempt to make Coco more successful at the box office. Which I believed helped get more people to see Coco. Still the film is doing alright at the box office but not terrific.
It's Back On: Disney and Fox Resume Talks About 21st Century Fox Assets
Oh boy Disney may be seriously chasing a Fox. — The Walt Disney Company and 21st Century Fox have resumed talks about Disney potentially buying assets from their film and television divisions. Comcast is still very interested in 21st Century Fox's assets.
'Coco' Wins At The Box Office with $26.1 Million
Disney-Pixar's animated comedy Coco repeated as North American box office winner. Hauling in $26.1 million at 3,987 locations. — Justice League finished the weekend with $16.8 million, dropping 60%. Disney and Marvel's Thor: Ragnarok continued success with $9.7 million. Lionsgate's Wonder continued to perform well with $12.5 million.
Matthew Vaughn Reveals His Optimistic Vision for Superman
Kingsman director Matthew Vaughn is reportedly being eyed to direct Man of Steel 2. Despite the DCEU schedule shifting around Vaughn sounds hopeful for the possible project.
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'Stranger Things' Renewed for Season Three
The Netflix pop culture phenomenon has been renewed for a third season. The show heads into a important third season. — Netflix announced on Friday that Stranger Things has been renewed for a third season. The series takes place in the eighties and deals with mysteries behind a government lab opening an alternate dimension (The Upside Down) in a normally sleepy town.
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Disney CEO Bob Iger Announces New Series For Streaming Service
Disney CEO Bob Iger dropped some big news on Disney's quarterly earnings call. — Disney is developing a new Star Wars series for their streaming service. Despite previous rumors about a Star Wars show heading to ABC. No details on the series have been announced. It's incredible that we are getting a Star Wars TV show or technically a streaming show.
Rian Johnson to create new 'Star Wars' trilogy for Disney
Absolutely huge news coming out of the Mouse House on this Thursday. — Disney has closed a deal with director Rian Johnson to develop a new Star Wars trilogy without a Skywalker centric focus. Johnson was the director on the upcoming The Last Jedi. Johnson will direct another trio of Star Wars films.
Disney was in talks to buy 21st Century Fox
For years we have covered countless rumors about the Walt Disney Company. Including the possibility of Verizon or Apple buying them, or Disney buying Netflix. Now it was reported today from CNBC that there was talks going on between Fox and Disney about selling a portion of 21st Century Fox.
Thor: Ragnarok Is A Incredibly Witty and Colorful Film
The seventeenth installment in the ever growing Marvel Cinematic Universe takes us on a colorful journey. This is Thor: Ragnarok. — Thor: Ragnarok chronicles another chapter in the characters of Thor, Loki, and The Hulk. Thor must save Asgard from the impending Ragnarok (meaning the total destruction of Asgard). Yet he is stuck on the planet of Sakaar. Marvel adapted elements from the comic "Planet Hulk." The film is one big cosmic adventure and highlights the comedic and more colorful side of Thor. Chris Hemsworth reprises his role as Thor, Tom Hiddleston returns as Loki, and Mark Ruffalo joins the Thor franchise fold as The Hulk.
Disney Announces The Full Cast for Upcoming 'The Lion King' Remake
The cast has officially been rounded out. — Donald Glover will lend his voice to The Lion King. Glover will be voicing the lead character Simba. Beyonce Knowles-Carter will voice Nala. James Earl Jones will reprise his role as Mufasa. Chiwetel Ejiofor will voice Scar.
Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy Says The Next 10 Years of 'Star Wars' Films Are Planned Out
With The Last Jedi getting closer and closer. This announcement comes at a unique time. — Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy recently revealed that Star Wars would continue on past Episode IX. Meaning we will be getting more "Skywalker saga" films. This (possibly) meaning the adventures of Rey, Finn, Poe Dameron, and Kylo Ren will continue past Episode IX. This also means we will be seeing a lot more Star Wars Stories in the upcoming years.
'Stranger Things 2' Ending Explained and Possible Season Three Set Ups
[/i][i]Stranger Things comes back as charming as it was in its first season. During this second season the show becomes darker and grittier. The Upside Down starts to become more of a threat in more ways then one. This season Will Byers and the rest of his family and friends went into some interesting storyline arcs.
Fox Animation Names Andrea Miloro and Robert Baird as Co-Presidents
The two leaders will also oversee Blue Sky Studios. — Twentieth Century Fox is changing up the leadership in its animation division. Announcing on Monday that Andrea Miloro and Robert Baird have been named co-presidents of Fox Animation. In their new roles they will oversee Fox Animation and have direct control at Blue Sky Studios.
Movies Anywhere created by Disney and other studios launches
The Disney-owned Movies Anywhere gets backing from five of the six major studios ahead of launch. — The brand was formerly called Disney Movies Anywhere but wasn't finding success. Movies Anywhere is a digital locker service with content from the Walt Disney Company, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Twentieth Century Fox Film, Universal Pictures, and Warner Bros. Entertainment. The library boasts over 7,300 digital movies.