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Disney CEO Bob Iger announced that after "Episode IX" is released in theaters there will be a pause in "Star Wars" movies.
Disney CEO Bob Iger launched a brutal attack on companies like Facebook and Twitter over their impact on society.
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Disney CEO Bob Iger tells Barron in a new interview the animated classic wasn't ever heading to the big screen. It was always being made for Disney+.
Disney CEO Bob Iger said that original movies with budgets exceeding $100 million won't be made for its upcoming streaming service, Disney+.
Disney CEO Bob Iger wakes up at 4:15 every morning and enacts a technology ‘firewall’ until after his workout
Disney CEO Bob Iger said he wakes up at 4:15 a.m. most days and avoids using his phone until he's finished his morning exercise routine. Iger said his "firewall with technology" helps him organize his thoughts and set him up for success.
Disney’s CEO says there shouldn’t be ‘two Marvels,’ suggesting the X-Men will be introduced to the Marvel Cinematic Universe
Disney CEO Bob Iger told The Hollywood Reporter that it "makes sense" for Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige to oversee Fox's "X-Men" franchise after the Disney/Fox merger, which further alludes that the X-Men could soon be joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Disney CEO Bob Iger has reconsidered his "Star Wars" release strategy in the wake of the disappointing box-office performance of May's "Solo: A Star Wars Story." Iger told The Hollywood Reporter in a new interview that "Star Wars" fans could expect "some slowdown" in the production of the series.
Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter how involved he was in the decision to fire "Guardians of the Galaxy" director James Gunn from the third movie, and said that he hasn't second-guessed the decision.
Disney’s upcoming Netflix competitor likely won’t have its full catalog at launch, notably lacking classic ‘Star Wars’ movies
In a Disney earnings call on Tuesday, CEO Bog Iger said that some Disney products would be affected by licensing arrangements and wouldn't be available on Disney's upcoming streaming service when it launches next year. Disney had reportedly tried buying the "Star Wars" TV rights back.