What’s next for Disney? (Part 2)


Happy New Year. 2016 has arrived and thing’s are looking forward to in this year. Star Wars: The Force Awakens have reached over $1.3 billion, becoming the fourth highest-grossing film of 2015, the eighth highest of all time and the highest in the franchise without inflation adjustment.

Disney will release further films such as The Finest Hours, which due to come out this month.

With Bond 25 to be produced in Spring. I’ve research that Walt Disney Pictures will out-bid Warner Bros Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Universal Pictures, and 20th Century Fox for the James Bond distribution rights this winter; as with Marvel and Lucasfilm.

You never know that they will buy James Bond and to distribute Bond 25.

We don’t want Warner Bros to buy the franchise anyways.

It is understand that Disney could be the one as a favourite to acquire distribution rights to the world’s famous secret spy into the Disney-brand only.

The re-issues, however, could only have is the Disney logo to replace MGM, UA and Columbia logos.

Metro Goldwyn Mayer and EON Productions could have a distribution deal with The Walt Disney Studios this year?

Something might be right to request Disney for the Bond rights. in October, Deadline adds Disney where Bob Iger has shown the wisdom of making big bets can work out in buying out whole companies like Marvel and Lucasfilm for cash and stock.

Look out for it in 2016.

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