This decision, personal as it is, is a blow to larger hopes for women’s leadership.
The Oscar contender’s production and costume designers tell TheWrap how attention to detail was as important as getting the story right
The film based on Walt Disney's attempt to make "Mary Poppins" may change the details, but its director says he's not telling any big lies
With Disney's new film potentially being the historic studio's first animated-feature Oscar champ, animation stars come out on a chilly night
Judge calls plaintiffs' claims "legally baseless" and says they must pay studios' legal fees
Disney reacts to Institutional Shareholder Services' criticism of CEO Iger's compensation by citing record earnings last year
The move comes a day after the media giant offered investors $1.6 billion in bonds
Profits soar to $1.3 billion, overall revenues rise 10 percent to $10.7 billion
Sean Bailey says Oscar winning actor pushed Disney to create visually spectacular sequel
Embattled media giant chair says creditors will pick Tribune’s new boss -- and it won’t be him.
Delaware Judge gives troubled media company until Oct. 15 to submit plans to divide up, pay creditors and exit Chapter. 11
The interest is in addition to the $270M a jury awarded Celador in July
mMedia companies make "significant progress" amid Marathon negotiations over programming fees
David Bergstein and his backer Ronald Tutor are closing in on a deal to buy Miramax this week, ending the Weinsteins' hopes to reclaim the...
Discrepancies in the revenues led Burkle to cut his bid by $60 million
Will feature family suites designed around the characters and themes of "Lion King," "Nemo," "Cars" and "Mermaid"
Deal has been drafted; negotiations that have dragged on for weeks are close to an end
Connie Bruck’s New Yorker piece is out, and endless. By far the most interesting aspect involves the backstory to Haim Saban’s sale, with Rupert Murdoch, of...
The juicy details: Ron Burkle will have ownership after putting up $325 million cash
Company produced "The Proposal," "Wild Hogs," and "Bringing Down the House"
Financial analysis suggests Iger is spending $12 billion in next three years - will it pay off?
The books show $556 million in revenue in 2008. But what was it in 2009?
Exclusive: Two hedge funds want to team up with the brothers for a final curtain call on the indie drama
Resigns as president, completing a clean sweep of execs that served under Dick Cook
Sheryl Sandberg has experience at Google, World Bank as well
Rich Ross names his team, reorganizing Disney Studios' marketing, distribution and operations.
The park will be a Magic Kingdom-style, one of the largest foreign investments in China, ever.
Arthouse division will reduce the number of films it releases while consolidating certain of its operations.
Company tries to spur volunteerism and attendance at theme parks.
Could Cook have done something to require his immediate removal -- or did Iger make a big mistake?