The Walt Disney Company is worth an estimated $95.79 Billion, an amount of money that is basically incomprehensible. The really staggering thing is that a lot of this fortune comes from ‘non-Disney’ productions. Over the last decade Disney have acquired some of the biggest products that the film industry has, culminating in their $52 billion take over of 21st Century Fox last month. What does this mean for the film industry?
Category Archives: 2018
On the episode this week: Matt hosts and he’s got a very special guest with him to chat about Disney’s taking over off Fox and what it could mean for the film industry. They discuss the pro’s/cons of Disney now owning some of the film industries biggest properties.
All the Money in the World is a competent piece of filmmaking that showcases some strong performances but somehow fails to come together and lacks impact.
Part rom-com, part sci-fi drama, part satire, Downsizing is a jack of all trades, master of none.
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