Author Archives: Michael Arnold

Disney Goes Toe-To-Toe in Proxy Battle With Nelson Peltz Over Stakeholder Comments

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Nelson Peltz, a prominent activist investor, made waves in the corporate world with his recent statements regarding the Walt Disney Company. Peltz, known for his strategic investments through Trian Fund Management, caught the attention of Disney’s executives, including former CEO Bob Iger and CFO Jay Rasulo, just days ago when he penned a Valentine’s Day letter to investors proposing that ...

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New ‘Peter Pan’ Set to Take Audiences on a Multicultural Journey

New 'Peter Pan' Set to Take Audiences on a Multicultural Journey

Think happy thoughts! That’s the gist that Sir J.M. Barrie portrayed to audiences when he put pen to paper in 1892, beginning work on his stage show, Peter Pan. Produced in London and shown in 1904, the captivating show features Lost Boys, vile pirate captains, fairies, and more captivated audiences. Since its conception, Peter Pan has seen numerous adaptations, most ...

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Disney-Owned Studio Cancels Another Follow-up Season

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Disney, in a $4 billion deal, purchased the rights to Marvel in 2009. The new deal allowed The Walt Disney Company to work with some of the popular superheroes that iconic creators Stan Lee and Jack Kirby ever created. Although some famed comic book names like Spider-Man were not part of the deal, Marvel Studios has seen towering success since ...

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Prequel to ‘Pirates of the Caribbean,’ Entitled ‘The Spirit of the Sea’ Featuring Johnny Depp

Prequel to ‘Pirates of the Caribbean', Entitled 'The Spirit of the Sea' Featuring Johnny Depp Revealed

When discussing iconic character roles, especially within Disney films, one that immediately comes to mind is Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow. It’s been an excruciating several years, dotted with misfortune and slander against the one-time Disney great, since we’ve set sail alongside our beloved Captain Jack Sparrow. The world is growing impatient waiting for a sixth and potentially final ...

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Have Disney’s Cast Member Attitudes Changed for the Worst?

Have Cast Member Attitudes Changed for the Worst?

Disney is well known for their customer service. Cast Members make up an exceptional group of people equipped with the magical ability to be patient when the rest of us blow our tops. Suppose we consider the ridiculousness that a Cast Member most likely endures during a shift. In that case, it’s easy to understand that they may sometimes only ...

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Magic Kingdom Malfunction Leads to Extremely Rare Ride Experience

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Every once in a while, guests to Walt Disney World find themselves in an exciting position. Due to reasons beyond their control, specific ride systems will malfunction, leading to abrupt ends in popular attractions or rare experiences. One of these common experiences at Magic Kingdom is catching Space Mountain with the lights on. However, an even rarer experience, maybe the ...

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Details Revealed for Disney’s Live-Action ‘Cruella’ Sequel by Emma Stone

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Emma Stone is a renowned American actress who has made a significant impact on the entertainment industry. Born as Emily Jean Stone on November 6, 1988, in Scottsdale, Arizona, she rose to prominence for her exceptional talent and captivating on-screen presence. Emma Stone has showcased her versatility by portraying a wide range of characters in various film genres. From comedies ...

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Emma Stone Talks Difficult Decisions Surrounding ‘Cruella 2’

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Emma Stone, the new face of Cruella de Vil, isn’t as excited as we initially thought about her upcoming live-action Cruella sequel for one specific reason. Although Emma Stone wasn’t the first live-action version of the fashionable Disney villain, Glenn Close played a role in 101 Dalmations (1996), she was the first to be without a particular trademark that was ...

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