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10 Oct 2019
American actor, writer, producer, and director Tyler Perry has unveiled a self-named studio in Atlanta. The multi-million dollar studios were built on a 330-acre complex containing 12 sound stages and is said to be reportedly larger than those owned by Warner Bros., Walt Disney and Paramount combined.
17 Jul 2019
Walt Disney has taken a high-tech route to remake animated classic "The Lion King" with the look of a nature documentary, an update it hopes will lure audiences to a new version of a film considered a masterpiece.
14 Apr 2019
Bob Iger, chairman and chief executive officer at Walt Disney, discusses the details of the company’s new streaming service, how they’re going to bundle channels, their partnerships, staying on the Apple board, his outlook for earnings, Disney content overseas, the Star Wars brand, the acquisition of the Fox assets, where he sees the company in 5 years and the company’s focus on original content.
28 Dec 2017
Walt Disney Co.’s deal with 21st Century Fox Inc. is creating an opening for competitors to poach one of the most sought-after creative minds in television, a sign of the ripple effects of consolidation in Hollywood.
15 Dec 2017
Scott Galloway, a professor at the NYU Stern School of Business, comments on Walt Disney Co.'s acquisition of assets from 21st Century Fox.
25 Aug 2017
Walt Disney to use augmented reality to lure 'Star Wars' fans to stores around the world.
15 Aug 2017
Netflix Inc. signed a multiyear contract with Shonda Rhimes, poaching the creator of the hit TV series “Scandal” and “Grey’s Anatomy” from Walt Disney Co.’s ABC network.
12 May 2017
Johnny Depp and Javier Bardem, part of a star-studded cast for Walt Disney Co's latest outing of "Pirates of the Caribbean", said they relished their roles at a news conference in Shanghai.

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