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Sandra Wilson 2017-04-24
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Nokia has announced a multi-year virtual reality technology agreement with The Walt Disney Studios, built around the release of ‘Lucasfilm’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ later this year.

The multi-year agreement between Nokia and The Walt Disney Studios is designed to show off Nokia’s capabilities in virtual reality.

As part of the partnership, Nokia will provide production staff with an OZO VR camera and software solutions to create the new content for future marketing campaigns.

Previous similar partnerships with movies include Pete’s Dragon, Alice Through the Looking Glass and The Jungle Book.

“We’re thrilled to partner with Lucasfilm and Disney to bring the magic of immersive VR storytelling to one of the most exciting and anticipated movie experiences of all time,” said Brad Rodrigues, Interim President of Nokia Technologies.

“OZO will enable Star Wars fans around the world to be transported into the incredible worlds depicted in the story, and truly feel the power of The Force together.”

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Salesforce is going Hollywood in a partnership with The Walt Disney Studios' StudioLAB, its creative production unit. While Salesforce's customer relationship management software might appear to be an odd fit for a major film producer, StudioLAB is focused on the support systems that go into the creative operations for movies to theme parks. With Salesforce...
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The next time you come across a virtual reality promotion for the next chapter in the Star Wars saga, Accenture might be responsible.

Today The Walt Disney Studios announced that it has chosen the self-described professional services company as Innovation Partner for StudioLab, an upcoming initiative that will focus on using emerging tech to create “entertainment experiences” around Disney feature films and other properties.

StudioLab, scheduled to open this May, will make use of such tools as virtual reality, XR or “cross reality,” “next-generation cinematic platforms” and the ever-present Internet of Things to promote properties from Walt Disney Animation Studios, Pixar, Lucasfilm and Marvel in addition to Disney’s live musical and theatrical efforts.

Fjord, the international design consultancy acquired by Accenture in 2013, will play a lead role on coming projects while working with the larger firm’s internal R department.

Today’s announcement is part of a three-year agreement between the partners, with Accenture helping to develop StudioLab’s physical space, founding charter and governance and standard business practices in collaboration with the internal Disney team.

“Accenture Interactive is thrilled to collaborate with the imaginative minds at The Walt Disney Studios on entertainment R to reimagine how people experience storytelling,” said Baiju Shah, Accenture Interactive chief strategist and global lead at Fjord, who added that the partnership “demonstrates the true purpose of Accenture Interactive.”

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Gerald Hurtado 2019-06-11
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When he escaped with the Tesseract in Avengers: Endgame, there was no telling what Loki might do next.

Turns out, he may have just gone to see Jaws.

Photos have finally emerged from that presentation back in April when Disney unveiled all the details on its upcoming streaming service, Disney+.

Everyone covered the news at the time, but it wasn’t until recently that the internet found the photos.

One of those photos is of Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige standing in front of a piece of concept art from the Loki series.

It’s blurry, but damned if it’s not still awesome.

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James Rankins 2019-05-07
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The Star Wars saga returns in 2022, and it’s sharing some time with Pandora.

Disney just revealed a bunch of new release dates with the highlight being that three new, yet-to-be-titled Star Wars movies will be released every other December starting in 2022.

In the years between, Disney will release new James Cameron Avatar movies, since they now own that franchise as well.

The news also includes new release dates for the X-Men spinoff The New Mutants (now coming on 3 April 2020), the Brad Pitt sci-fi film Ad Astra (now coming on 9 September) and the literary adaptation Artemis Fowl, now coming on 29 May 2020.

In the meantime, Disney has Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story and Cruella for Christmas 2020, Avatar 2 for 2021, and then a galaxy far, far, away again in 2022.

The Walt Disney Studios has unveiled its upcoming slate following the recent acquisition of the Fox film studios, including changes to previously dated films and a number of major additions.

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Daniel Patel 2019-05-07
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The Star Wars saga returns in 2022, and it’s sharing some time with Pandora.

Disney just revealed a bunch of new release dates with the highlight being that three new, yet-to-be-titled Star Wars movies will be released every other December starting in 2022.

In the years between, Disney will release new James Cameron Avatar movies, since they now own that franchise as well.

The news also includes new release dates for the X-Men spinoff The New Mutants (now coming on 3 April 2020), the Brad Pitt sci-fi film Ad Astra (now coming on 9 September) and the literary adaptation Artemis Fowl, now coming on 29 May 2020.

In the meantime, Disney has Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story and Cruella for Christmas 2020, Avatar 2 for 2021, and then a galaxy far, far, away again in 2022.

The Walt Disney Studios has unveiled its upcoming slate following the recent acquisition of the Fox film studios, including changes to previously dated films and a number of major additions.

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Daniel Martin 2019-05-30
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Ferrari unleashed a hybrid supercar, Disney and Netflix are striking back against Georgia's abortion ban, and your constant WebMD-ing is making you sick.

Here's the news you need to know, in two minutes or less.

Disney and Netflix may stop filming in Georgia after their abortion ban

Netflix already announced its intention to "rethink" filming in Georgia if and when the law goes into effect, and now Disney is considering the move too.

While that could be crippling to the small businesses supported by these projects, it could be out of the companies' hands.

"I think many people who work for us will not want to work there, and we will have to heed their wishes in that regard," says one Disney executive.

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David Gilmore 2019-07-01
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On Friday Disney rereleased Avengers: Endgame in theaters, enticing new fans with a few minutes of new footage.

The rerelease is meant to tie in with Spider-Man: Far From Home, which deals with the aftermath of Endgame, but really it was probably more about giving Endgame a shot at toppling Avatar as the top-grossing film ever.

After the weekend, though, it's looking unlikely that Endgame will best 2009's 3D giant.

The rereleased Endgame made $7.8 million over the weekend, according to The Hollywood Reporter, comprised of $5.5 million domestically and $2.3 million overseas.

That brings Avengers: Endgame to $2.76 billion in global box office gross.

That's around $27 million below Avatar, which sits at $2.78 billion.

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James Flachs 2019-08-06

Disney is having a record run at the box office this year, surpassing $8 billion in global ticket sales thanks to an astounding run of blockbuster releases across its Marvel and core Disney brands.

In its fiscal third quarter earning results for 2019, the company posted revenue of $20.25 billion, coming in under Wall Street estimates of $21 billion.

“I’d like to congratulate The Walt Disney Studios for reaching $8 billion at the global box office so far this year — a new industry record — thanks to the stellar performance of our Marvel, Pixar and Disney films,” CEO Bob Iger said in the company’s earnings report release this afternoon.

“The incredible popularity of Disney’s brands and franchises positions us well as we launch Disney+, and the addition of original and library content from Fox will only further strengthen our direct-to-consumer offerings.”

The missed targets came from higher operating costs associated with the acquisition of 21st Century Fox, full ownership of Hulu, and the investment in its upcoming streaming service Disney+, according to the report.

Most of Disney’s divisions saw an increase in sales, including its media networks (like cable and broadcast television) and, of course, studio entertainment.

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Frederick Jones 2019-08-20
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Spider-Man is being pulled from the Marvel Cinematic Universe following a disagreement between Disney and Sony, a new report claim.

The rights to Spider-Man are owned by Sony Pictures, which has been operating in a partnership with Disney-owned Marvel Studios.

This partnership has been terminated, the report claims, effectively ending Spider-Man’s role in the MCU.

The report comes from Deadline, which claims that the matter ultimately boils down to money with both sides refusing to give in.

The sources claim that Disney wanted a 50-50 co-financing agreement between it and Sony for future Spider-Man movies.

Deadline claims that Sony presented a counteroffer, but that neither side could come to an agreement.

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Edgar Williams 2018-03-06
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Accenture has been named founding member and innovation partner of StudioLAB, an initiative helmed by Walt Disney Studios dedicated to reimagining, designing and prototyping entertainment experiences and production capabilities of the future.

According to Disney, Accenture Interactive and its design and innovation unit Fjord will play a lead role in helping to establish StudioLAB, as well as define and develop “cutting-edge entertainment technology.” Initial areas of focus include immersive entertainment, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, the future of movie production, and next-generation cinematic platforms.

“Accenture Interactive is thrilled to collaborate with the imaginative minds at The Walt Disney Studios on entertainment R to reimagine how people experience storytelling,” said Baiju Shah, chief strategist for Accenture Interactive and global lead of Fjord, in a statement.

“Our partnership demonstrates the true purpose of Accenture Interactive – to create truly remarkable experiences.

Accenture is uniquely positioned to bring together the full set of diverse skills – from strategy, design and technology innovation, across emerging technologies like immersive entertainment, artificial intelligence, and IoT -- needed to run a first-class innovation lab and deliver the next generation of entertainment experiences.”

Alice Taylor serves as director of StudioLAB, a position she took on when Disney acquired her UK-based startup MakieLab, which 3D printed and sold custom dolls.

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vyas bharat 2020-05-27
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BEST ATTRACTIONS OF DISNEYLAND Disneyland is immense and there are so many attractions to discover that it would not take a week to try them all, so before entering, organize your day by selecting the attractions that you don't want to miss .

Our advice is to always keep a map handy, to guide you at all times, or to download the official app , thanks to which you can consult the waiting times in real time, consult the interactive maps, customize the visit in based on your interests and much more.

In addition, to make the most of your time, you can skip the line at the rides with Fastpass, a free service that allows you to make "reservations" for the most popular attractions.

Remember that Disneyland  includes 2 theme parks : Disneyland Park , dedicated to the heroes and stories of the fabulous Disney world; and the Walt Disney Studios Park , inspired by the magic of cinema and film studios.

But what are the amazing parts of Disneyland?

If you are spoiled for choice and don't know which attractions to prioritize, follow our tips and don't miss any of the attractions we have selected for you: BIG THUNDER MOUNTAIN One of the most adrenaline-fueled attractions of Disneyland is undoubtedly Big Thunder Mountain, the "roller coaster" that can be found in the thematic area of Frontierland .

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James Honor 2019-06-23
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The main casualty of the streaming wars so far has been your wallet.

Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, CBS, HBO, Apple, Disney; they all demand a monthly tithe.

Toss in a live service like YouTube TV, the music app of your choice, and whatever gaming concoction suits your needs, and you're suddenly ringing up a pretty grim bill.

The adage "you get what you pay for" does apply here to some extent.

And just a few months ago, Roku added free streaming of Roku Channel content to its app, which means there's a good chance you've already got it on your smartphone.

Each almost certainly offers at least something that you want to watch.

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Dave Rogriguez 2019-08-25
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The Spider world is a mess right now, at least so far as the live-action iteration is concerned.

As we’ve detailed, Sony and Disney are in a conflict about the rights concerning the live-action Spider-Man, a conflict that, depending on who you ask, is about producer rights, a whole lot of money, or both.

Now, both Tom Holland and Kevin Feige have opened up about the ongoing conflict, talking to Entertainment Weekly on their personal feelings about the version of Peter Parker that they created and his uncertain future.

“Basically, we’ve made five great movies,” Holland told EW.

“It’s been five amazing years.

Who knows what the future holds?

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Charlie Warren 2019-05-10
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South Korean PC and mobile game publisher Nexon today reported its best Q1 earnings in the company’s history, noting revenues of $850 million.

That is up 3% over the same quarter last year.

This success comes as Nexon is under the acquisition microscope, with potential buyers including Electronic Arts, Amazon, Comcast, and even Disney.

Nexon founder Kim Jung-ju’s controlling stake would be worth about $9 billion.

If he finds a buyer, he’ll be getting a huge payday.

The Korea Times also notes that Jung-ju is looking to sell as he feels that the future of the industry is uncertain with tougher regulations and competition coming in the future.

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Daniel Martin 2019-05-06
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"Avengers: Endgame" could have major consequences for Disney Plus' "Loki" TV series.

Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

"Avengers: Endgame" doesn't just conclude the Marvel Cinematic Universe's "Infinity Saga" — it has huge ramifications for the MCU's future on both the big and the small screen.

In the movie, the Avengers travel back in time to find the Infinity Stones so they can reverse the Thanos snap that wiped out half of humanity in last year's "Avengers: Infinity War."

A group travels to 2012 during the Battle of New York in the first "Avengers" movie, and the Space Stone heist goes horribly wrong.

The villain Loki (played by Tom Hiddleston) uses the stone to escape the Avengers and teleport to an unknown location.

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Sandra Wilson 2017-04-24
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Nokia has announced a multi-year virtual reality technology agreement with The Walt Disney Studios, built around the release of ‘Lucasfilm’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ later this year.

The multi-year agreement between Nokia and The Walt Disney Studios is designed to show off Nokia’s capabilities in virtual reality.

As part of the partnership, Nokia will provide production staff with an OZO VR camera and software solutions to create the new content for future marketing campaigns.

Previous similar partnerships with movies include Pete’s Dragon, Alice Through the Looking Glass and The Jungle Book.

“We’re thrilled to partner with Lucasfilm and Disney to bring the magic of immersive VR storytelling to one of the most exciting and anticipated movie experiences of all time,” said Brad Rodrigues, Interim President of Nokia Technologies.

“OZO will enable Star Wars fans around the world to be transported into the incredible worlds depicted in the story, and truly feel the power of The Force together.”

Jeremy Green 2018-03-06
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The next time you come across a virtual reality promotion for the next chapter in the Star Wars saga, Accenture might be responsible.

Today The Walt Disney Studios announced that it has chosen the self-described professional services company as Innovation Partner for StudioLab, an upcoming initiative that will focus on using emerging tech to create “entertainment experiences” around Disney feature films and other properties.

StudioLab, scheduled to open this May, will make use of such tools as virtual reality, XR or “cross reality,” “next-generation cinematic platforms” and the ever-present Internet of Things to promote properties from Walt Disney Animation Studios, Pixar, Lucasfilm and Marvel in addition to Disney’s live musical and theatrical efforts.

Fjord, the international design consultancy acquired by Accenture in 2013, will play a lead role on coming projects while working with the larger firm’s internal R department.

Today’s announcement is part of a three-year agreement between the partners, with Accenture helping to develop StudioLab’s physical space, founding charter and governance and standard business practices in collaboration with the internal Disney team.

“Accenture Interactive is thrilled to collaborate with the imaginative minds at The Walt Disney Studios on entertainment R to reimagine how people experience storytelling,” said Baiju Shah, Accenture Interactive chief strategist and global lead at Fjord, who added that the partnership “demonstrates the true purpose of Accenture Interactive.”

James Rankins 2019-05-07
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The Star Wars saga returns in 2022, and it’s sharing some time with Pandora.

Disney just revealed a bunch of new release dates with the highlight being that three new, yet-to-be-titled Star Wars movies will be released every other December starting in 2022.

In the years between, Disney will release new James Cameron Avatar movies, since they now own that franchise as well.

The news also includes new release dates for the X-Men spinoff The New Mutants (now coming on 3 April 2020), the Brad Pitt sci-fi film Ad Astra (now coming on 9 September) and the literary adaptation Artemis Fowl, now coming on 29 May 2020.

In the meantime, Disney has Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story and Cruella for Christmas 2020, Avatar 2 for 2021, and then a galaxy far, far, away again in 2022.

The Walt Disney Studios has unveiled its upcoming slate following the recent acquisition of the Fox film studios, including changes to previously dated films and a number of major additions.

Daniel Martin 2019-05-30
img

Ferrari unleashed a hybrid supercar, Disney and Netflix are striking back against Georgia's abortion ban, and your constant WebMD-ing is making you sick.

Here's the news you need to know, in two minutes or less.

Disney and Netflix may stop filming in Georgia after their abortion ban

Netflix already announced its intention to "rethink" filming in Georgia if and when the law goes into effect, and now Disney is considering the move too.

While that could be crippling to the small businesses supported by these projects, it could be out of the companies' hands.

"I think many people who work for us will not want to work there, and we will have to heed their wishes in that regard," says one Disney executive.

James Flachs 2019-08-06

Disney is having a record run at the box office this year, surpassing $8 billion in global ticket sales thanks to an astounding run of blockbuster releases across its Marvel and core Disney brands.

In its fiscal third quarter earning results for 2019, the company posted revenue of $20.25 billion, coming in under Wall Street estimates of $21 billion.

“I’d like to congratulate The Walt Disney Studios for reaching $8 billion at the global box office so far this year — a new industry record — thanks to the stellar performance of our Marvel, Pixar and Disney films,” CEO Bob Iger said in the company’s earnings report release this afternoon.

“The incredible popularity of Disney’s brands and franchises positions us well as we launch Disney+, and the addition of original and library content from Fox will only further strengthen our direct-to-consumer offerings.”

The missed targets came from higher operating costs associated with the acquisition of 21st Century Fox, full ownership of Hulu, and the investment in its upcoming streaming service Disney+, according to the report.

Most of Disney’s divisions saw an increase in sales, including its media networks (like cable and broadcast television) and, of course, studio entertainment.

Edgar Williams 2018-03-06
img

Accenture has been named founding member and innovation partner of StudioLAB, an initiative helmed by Walt Disney Studios dedicated to reimagining, designing and prototyping entertainment experiences and production capabilities of the future.

According to Disney, Accenture Interactive and its design and innovation unit Fjord will play a lead role in helping to establish StudioLAB, as well as define and develop “cutting-edge entertainment technology.” Initial areas of focus include immersive entertainment, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, the future of movie production, and next-generation cinematic platforms.

“Accenture Interactive is thrilled to collaborate with the imaginative minds at The Walt Disney Studios on entertainment R to reimagine how people experience storytelling,” said Baiju Shah, chief strategist for Accenture Interactive and global lead of Fjord, in a statement.

“Our partnership demonstrates the true purpose of Accenture Interactive – to create truly remarkable experiences.

Accenture is uniquely positioned to bring together the full set of diverse skills – from strategy, design and technology innovation, across emerging technologies like immersive entertainment, artificial intelligence, and IoT -- needed to run a first-class innovation lab and deliver the next generation of entertainment experiences.”

Alice Taylor serves as director of StudioLAB, a position she took on when Disney acquired her UK-based startup MakieLab, which 3D printed and sold custom dolls.

James Honor 2019-06-23
img

The main casualty of the streaming wars so far has been your wallet.

Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, CBS, HBO, Apple, Disney; they all demand a monthly tithe.

Toss in a live service like YouTube TV, the music app of your choice, and whatever gaming concoction suits your needs, and you're suddenly ringing up a pretty grim bill.

The adage "you get what you pay for" does apply here to some extent.

And just a few months ago, Roku added free streaming of Roku Channel content to its app, which means there's a good chance you've already got it on your smartphone.

Each almost certainly offers at least something that you want to watch.

Charlie Warren 2019-05-10
img

South Korean PC and mobile game publisher Nexon today reported its best Q1 earnings in the company’s history, noting revenues of $850 million.

That is up 3% over the same quarter last year.

This success comes as Nexon is under the acquisition microscope, with potential buyers including Electronic Arts, Amazon, Comcast, and even Disney.

Nexon founder Kim Jung-ju’s controlling stake would be worth about $9 billion.

If he finds a buyer, he’ll be getting a huge payday.

The Korea Times also notes that Jung-ju is looking to sell as he feels that the future of the industry is uncertain with tougher regulations and competition coming in the future.

Nicolas Yeager 2021-05-05
img
Salesforce is going Hollywood in a partnership with The Walt Disney Studios' StudioLAB, its creative production unit. While Salesforce's customer relationship management software might appear to be an odd fit for a major film producer, StudioLAB is focused on the support systems that go into the creative operations for movies to theme parks. With Salesforce...
Gerald Hurtado 2019-06-11
img

When he escaped with the Tesseract in Avengers: Endgame, there was no telling what Loki might do next.

Turns out, he may have just gone to see Jaws.

Photos have finally emerged from that presentation back in April when Disney unveiled all the details on its upcoming streaming service, Disney+.

Everyone covered the news at the time, but it wasn’t until recently that the internet found the photos.

One of those photos is of Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige standing in front of a piece of concept art from the Loki series.

It’s blurry, but damned if it’s not still awesome.

Daniel Patel 2019-05-07
img

The Star Wars saga returns in 2022, and it’s sharing some time with Pandora.

Disney just revealed a bunch of new release dates with the highlight being that three new, yet-to-be-titled Star Wars movies will be released every other December starting in 2022.

In the years between, Disney will release new James Cameron Avatar movies, since they now own that franchise as well.

The news also includes new release dates for the X-Men spinoff The New Mutants (now coming on 3 April 2020), the Brad Pitt sci-fi film Ad Astra (now coming on 9 September) and the literary adaptation Artemis Fowl, now coming on 29 May 2020.

In the meantime, Disney has Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story and Cruella for Christmas 2020, Avatar 2 for 2021, and then a galaxy far, far, away again in 2022.

The Walt Disney Studios has unveiled its upcoming slate following the recent acquisition of the Fox film studios, including changes to previously dated films and a number of major additions.

David Gilmore 2019-07-01
img

On Friday Disney rereleased Avengers: Endgame in theaters, enticing new fans with a few minutes of new footage.

The rerelease is meant to tie in with Spider-Man: Far From Home, which deals with the aftermath of Endgame, but really it was probably more about giving Endgame a shot at toppling Avatar as the top-grossing film ever.

After the weekend, though, it's looking unlikely that Endgame will best 2009's 3D giant.

The rereleased Endgame made $7.8 million over the weekend, according to The Hollywood Reporter, comprised of $5.5 million domestically and $2.3 million overseas.

That brings Avengers: Endgame to $2.76 billion in global box office gross.

That's around $27 million below Avatar, which sits at $2.78 billion.

Frederick Jones 2019-08-20
img

Spider-Man is being pulled from the Marvel Cinematic Universe following a disagreement between Disney and Sony, a new report claim.

The rights to Spider-Man are owned by Sony Pictures, which has been operating in a partnership with Disney-owned Marvel Studios.

This partnership has been terminated, the report claims, effectively ending Spider-Man’s role in the MCU.

The report comes from Deadline, which claims that the matter ultimately boils down to money with both sides refusing to give in.

The sources claim that Disney wanted a 50-50 co-financing agreement between it and Sony for future Spider-Man movies.

Deadline claims that Sony presented a counteroffer, but that neither side could come to an agreement.

vyas bharat 2020-05-27
img

BEST ATTRACTIONS OF DISNEYLAND Disneyland is immense and there are so many attractions to discover that it would not take a week to try them all, so before entering, organize your day by selecting the attractions that you don't want to miss .

Our advice is to always keep a map handy, to guide you at all times, or to download the official app , thanks to which you can consult the waiting times in real time, consult the interactive maps, customize the visit in based on your interests and much more.

In addition, to make the most of your time, you can skip the line at the rides with Fastpass, a free service that allows you to make "reservations" for the most popular attractions.

Remember that Disneyland  includes 2 theme parks : Disneyland Park , dedicated to the heroes and stories of the fabulous Disney world; and the Walt Disney Studios Park , inspired by the magic of cinema and film studios.

But what are the amazing parts of Disneyland?

If you are spoiled for choice and don't know which attractions to prioritize, follow our tips and don't miss any of the attractions we have selected for you: BIG THUNDER MOUNTAIN One of the most adrenaline-fueled attractions of Disneyland is undoubtedly Big Thunder Mountain, the "roller coaster" that can be found in the thematic area of Frontierland .

Dave Rogriguez 2019-08-25
img

The Spider world is a mess right now, at least so far as the live-action iteration is concerned.

As we’ve detailed, Sony and Disney are in a conflict about the rights concerning the live-action Spider-Man, a conflict that, depending on who you ask, is about producer rights, a whole lot of money, or both.

Now, both Tom Holland and Kevin Feige have opened up about the ongoing conflict, talking to Entertainment Weekly on their personal feelings about the version of Peter Parker that they created and his uncertain future.

“Basically, we’ve made five great movies,” Holland told EW.

“It’s been five amazing years.

Who knows what the future holds?

Daniel Martin 2019-05-06
img

"Avengers: Endgame" could have major consequences for Disney Plus' "Loki" TV series.

Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

"Avengers: Endgame" doesn't just conclude the Marvel Cinematic Universe's "Infinity Saga" — it has huge ramifications for the MCU's future on both the big and the small screen.

In the movie, the Avengers travel back in time to find the Infinity Stones so they can reverse the Thanos snap that wiped out half of humanity in last year's "Avengers: Infinity War."

A group travels to 2012 during the Battle of New York in the first "Avengers" movie, and the Space Stone heist goes horribly wrong.

The villain Loki (played by Tom Hiddleston) uses the stone to escape the Avengers and teleport to an unknown location.