Published: Thu, November 07, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

'Star Wars: The Mandalorian' releases new a person-week-to-go trailer

'Star Wars: The Mandalorian' releases new a person-week-to-go trailer

"These are talented, talented people that are putting their hard work and talent into making films that entertain people in theaters around the world", he continued. "They come out feeling happy or better about themselves", Iger said.

The large-ranging BBC interview spanned Iger's vocation and upbringing, Disney's deal for Fox, and Disney Moreover. All 30 seasons of "The Simpsons", most "Star Wars", Pixar, and Marvel Cinematic Universe films, and classics such as "Bambi", "Aladdin" are among the dizzying array of Disney releases that'll be available on the service at launch. Meantime, audiences also had plenty of new-ish material that was still popular during the month which they spent plenty of their streaming hours on - series like Amazon's fantasy drama Carnival Row, as well as Netflix staples like Breaking Bad and Stranger Things. "I just think that there's something so special about a "Star Wars" film and less is more". "Honestly, the closest I can think of them, as well made as they are, with actors doing the best they can under the circumstances, is theme parks".

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He touted "Star Wars" and other programming on the soon-to-launch Disney Plus streaming service, and defended having put Disney fare on Netflix, which has helped the streamer to become the global SVOD frontrunner. "The initially detail we did was an output offer for our motion pictures, and they stepped up and compensated us nicely, very well, well previously mentioned what was the then-heading market place worth", Iger reported.

The 2015 Star Wars movie The Force Awakens is one such title - it's a movie that Disney will understandably have been keen to get onto its own streaming service, and which apparently required some ad-related concessions in order for the company to acquire it. And it seems that what viewers watched the most of is Unbelievable, an improbably binge-worthy Netflix series dramatizing the events around a rape case that was the subject of a joint investigation from The Marshall Project and ProPublica.

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