Disney Is Now In Full Control Of Hulu
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Disney is now in full control of Hulu, an entertainment streaming service that not only provides access to network and studio shows and films but also original programming.

The move comes after Disney successfully acquired 20th Century Fox, who had a large stake in the streaming service. Disney announced the deal earlier this morning. More on the report below.

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Disney+ Expected To Spend Half A Billion On Disney, ‘Star Wars,’ Marvel, and Pixar Content
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Disney will be entering the streaming service competition by launching Disney+ later this year. While we can expect to see all sorts of content under the studio’s umbrella, which consists of Disney, Lucasfilm, Marvel Studios, and Pixar, it wasn’t clear how much money was being put into it.

Now new reports say that the studio is spending somewhere north of $500 million on original television shows like The Mandalorian and films like Lady and the Tramp. More on this below.

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Disney Offering Free Showings Of ‘Black Panther’ In 250 AMC Theaters Across The Country
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It’s been nearly a year since Black Panther was released and became a worldwide phenomenon. In the wake of its success, the film has gone on to earn very high praise and multiple awards. Not only that, but it was the first superhero film to be nominated for the Oscar for Best Picture.

And now, fans and Oscar voters can experience the film in theaters once more for a one-week engagement at 250 participating AMC theaters from February 1-7, 2019. Find out how to get your tickets below.

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Disney’s Streaming Service To Be Called Disney+; 2nd ‘Star Wars’ Series and Loki Series Confirmed
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Disney’s all new streaming platform hasn’t even launched yet and it is still making huge announcements. The service, which was tentatively titled Disney Play but will now go by Disney+, was formally announced by Disney CEO Bob Iger during a live audio webcast of Disney’s fiscal full year and fourth quarter 2018 financial results.

During the event he confirmed a second Star Wars series that will follow Cassian Andor, Diego Luna‘s character in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and a Loki series starring Tom Hiddleston. More on the report, below.

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Disney’s Bob Iger Confirms ‘Star Wars’ Production Slowdown
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Sometimes you can have too much of a good thing. When Disney acquired the Star Wars franchise back in 2012, the studio planned on expanding the cinematic universe by releasing one film a year. This went beyond the Skywalker saga and was to include spinoffs. However, after the fallout from Solo: A Star Wars Story, it seems like the studio will be hitting the brakes on production. The film was one of the lowest grossing Star Wars films to date, and because of that, the rumor that Lucasfilm would put more spinoffs on hold started to surface. However, Lucasfilm would dismiss those rumors. And now, it looks like there may be some truth to those rumors.

In a new interview with Disney CEO Bob Iger, he says that the future of Star Wars productions will be seeing a slowdown. He confirms that they took on too much too fast and blames himself for the aggressive output. More on the story below.

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