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Tag Archives: Bob Iger
As evidenced by this selfie Disney CEO Bob Iger is apparently in London where production on Episode VII is underway. Definitely one of the perks of being in charge of a company that now includes The Muppets, Pixar, Marvel, and … Continue reading
It’s not very much, but a website already exists for Frozen The Musical. Disney CEO Bob Iger has said the company is already working on getting Frozen on stage. So it’s no surprise they reserved the domain. Right now all … Continue reading
While it may not seem like such a surprise to us loyal fans, The Walt Disney Company was chosen as the best overall company in 2013 by the writers and editors at Yahoo Finance. Their study was based on factors … Continue reading
Early Saturday morning here in Orlando, but mid-day Japan time at the first D23 expo in that country, Disney revealed big news with the first concept art for the new AVATAR land coming to Disney’s Animal Kingdom in 2017. Today … Continue reading