Disney will lose $250m on the epic Star Wars immersive experience it’s closing after just 18 months.
Think your to-do list is packed? Try running a ~$158B entertainment conglomerate.
Star Wars and Marvel films have made Disney $34B. There are dozens more projects in the pipeline, but do people actually want to watch?
Disney ticket prices have soared. Here’s what that looks like.
While Disney has gone all-in on streaming, ESPN is still clinging to the cable model - but that might not be the case for long.
ScarJo’s complaint argues that the simultaneous theater/streaming release of “Black Widow” will cost her back-end money. And she might not be the only one.
Mulan is streaming on Disney+ (and in theatres in China). How will this live-action remake perform compared to its predecessors?
As Disney continues to rule the box office, original ideas descend even further into oblivion.
Comcast agrees to sell Disney its stake in Hulu, giving the media monster full ownership over the streaming platform in the next 5 years.
TV broadcasting giant Sinclair will buy 21 of Disney’s regional sports networks in a $10B deal.
Netflix’s multibillion-dollar content strategy seems to be working -- the streaming sensation’s market cap topped Disney’s to become top dog yesterday.
Netflix recently surpassed Comcast in value, and given its rapid growth in the past few years it is on track to take on Disney for the media industry’s crown.
Reuters reports that they’re drumming up $60B in new financing to offer Fox an all-cash deal -- and pull the rug out from under Disney.
Superheros. Jedis. Inanimate objects talking — these are everyone’s favorite things. And now Disney owns all of them. Yesterday, the media juggernaut announced their plan to buy 21st Century Fox for over $66B, the second-largest merger this year. The deal will include Fox’s movie studios, networks Nat Geo and FX, and a 60% stake in […]