"Star Wars" actors teased an epic sendoff, the cast of "Frozen" sang, and action movie star Dwayne Johnson rolled out in a river boat as Walt Disney Co promoted its upcoming film slate to devoted fans on Saturday.
While the Tom Hanks and Cruises and the Nicole Kidmans of Hollywood will always be popular, we feel it is time to turn our attention to some new names and fresh faces.
The new series will follow Lizzie as a 30-year-old millennial navigating life in the Big Apple aka New York City.
The streaming television war is set to enter a new phase as titans Apple and Disney take direct aim at market leader Netflix, vying for consumers abandoning their cable TV bundles for on-demand services.
Every movie year offers up a parade of hits and flops. But in 2019, no winner was in the same galaxy as the Walt Disney Co. And the biggest loser might have been anyone less thrilled about the Box-office domination of franchise films.
Even though “Frozen 2” is packed with a lot of action, sisterly love and power anthems, the sequel lacks a strong storyline and fails to capture the magic of its predecessor.
Two months after Disneys long-anticipated entrance into the streaming video on demand, its mobile app service has been downloaded nearly 41 million times.
Hong Kong Disneyland has agreed to lend vacant sites to the city's government to build coronavirus quarantine facilities, officials said.
Queen Elsa and Princess Anna return this month in "Frozen II" — a sequel its creators promise will be "even bigger and more epic," with its world premiere taking place in Los Angeles Thursday night.
During commercial breaks in a broadcast of World Wrestling Entertainment's WWE SmackDown, fans were shown ads for Walt Disney Co's new streaming service, Disney+. So were "Monday Night Football" viewers and video gamers watching Twitch.