Bob Iger talks about the Disney-Fox merger in detail.
“Star Wars” movies by the “Game of Thrones” creators are still in the works, but there’s still no word on Rian Johnson’s new trilogy.
Disney’s streaming service is expected in late 2019.
Marvel and Disney stand firmly by their decision not to re-hire James Gunn for "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3."
Netflix will soon have competition. The new Disney streaming service lineup is slowly being unveiled, includes Marvel, 'Star Wars' series and unexpected remakes of classic animated movies.
People close to the ‘Star Wars: Episode IX’ production have described Leia’s return since Lucasfilm announced Carrie Fisher will appear in the film on Friday.
Disney films have become a touchstone to our childhood, a reminder of a time when we were able to forget the world around us and let our imaginations run wild, even if only for an hour or so.
The squad is back together in the cover for ‘Disney Frozen: Breaking Boundaries’ from Dark Horse Comics.
The international premiere of “Solo: A Star Wars Story” at the Cannes Film Festival became an unexpected protest site, as Lebanese actor Manal Issa demonstrated against Israel’s killing of Gaza protesters.
If Netflix hopes to maintain its market share in the coming streaming wars, they need to win four particular battles:
The healthcare provider said it was attempting to make a point about stories that challenge stigma.
The lawsuit seeks over $15,000 in damages and alleges that the husband has had “debilitating medical problems."
Signatories accused Disney of including "subtly pro-gay themes" in the first movie.
The cold clearly did not bother the 37-year-old Elsa impersonator.
The bus was transporting around 45 band students from Channelview High School who were heading home after a spring break trip to Disney World.
Matthew Shaver's family said they haven't heard from him since 2015.
"Get well soon," was the message. Thanks for nothing, Disney!
"The prince, however noble and handsome he was, kissed a strange woman sleeping unconsciously in the forest without her consent.”
The lawsuit filed against Disney alleges that the company violated the civil rights of a former employee and discriminated against him based on his Moroccan nationality.
The 1978 made-for-TV movie continues to haunt George Lucas—and 'Star Wars' fans.
Disney is about to control a major stake in the world of streaming entertainment. And it's bad news for other streaming services.
It might be time to get excited about Captain America insulting Wolverine on the big screen.
You might have to start tuning into an ESPN-branded channel for local sports, but Fox Sports 1 likely isn't going anywhere.