Walt Disney is one of the companies who enjoys a clean image of a family-friendly entertainment provider. However, things may get a little less wholesome with the upcoming acquisition of much of 21st Century Fox's film and television assets, a $71.3 billion purchase that will bring darker brands such as FX and Fox Searchlight into the Disney fold.
"We've had good relationships with some of those we're licensing to, notably EA, and the relationship on the Star Wars properties, and we're probably going to continue to stay on that side of the business and put our capital elsewhere", Iger said. The studio will take every necessary step to ensure it is "carefully branding" those types of projects to its audiences, so Disney is "not in any way confusing the consumer".
UK believes IS captive Cantlie is alive: Minister
Most recently the Syrian Democratic Forces militia, said Mr Cantlie had been spotted in eastern Syria according to news websites. A British hostage held by Islamic State for seven years is still alive, according to the United Kingdom security minister.
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The company did not immediately respond to Variety's request for comment. In spite of literally everything else going on in his life right now, R.
No red carpet for Neeson after revenge remarks
He explained that this is why he chose to speak out about prowling the streets with a weapon and said: "Violence breeds violence". But still, others are not letting Neeson off the hook. " Liam Neeson was delivering a cautionary tale".
Bob Iger's recent comments back the claims that were made by Avengers: Endgame directors Joe and Anthony Russo that both Deadpool and X-Men will soon feature in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. During a call with investors, Disney Chairman/CEO re-itterated that Disney plans to do R-rated Marvel movies - following the "popularity" of the Deadpool franchise, the Hollywood trade reports.
The first Deadpool film was released in February of 2016 and went on to gross over $783 million worldwide, making it the highest grossing X-Men movie at the time, with Deadpool 2 taking that title now with over $785 million in worldwide grosses. Later, Fox released Deadpool 2 in the summer of previous year and grossed $318 million domestically and $785 million worldwide.