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Tag Archives: prediction
The 2015 Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures schedule has been discussed before here on the blog, but with a new year I wanted to take a stab at some predictions for how well the films will be received by critics … Continue reading
JJ Abrams’ ink on the directors contract is not even dry and already there is speculation about just how big the box office for Star Wars Episode 7 will be. It’s probably fair to assume that Disney will put its … Continue reading
Yesterday we saw mixed messages from stock analysts on the earnings potential of the Walt Disney Company of the rest of the year. One analyst is eating a bit of crow after predicting that Pixar’s UP would tank. He graciously … Continue reading
Donald Luskin of SmartMoney magazine writes about his recent experience at Disneyland, crowded and merchandise crazy as it was, being evidence that the US Economy is no where near being in recession. It’s a good article, but I’m not sure … Continue reading