After Disney and Fox merger, Fox is developing a sequel to The Simpsons Movie, a Bob's Burgers film, and an animation/live-action Family Guy film. During the 10th anniversary of The Simpsons Movie, writer-producer Al Jean and director David Silverman hinted at a follow-up movie which was in the nascent stage. Silverman mentioned that he would love to do another movie featuring the beloved Springfield residents. "The film studio is partnering with the Fox Television studio on a big-screen adaptation of the animated series "Bob's Burgers," a second "Simpsons" movie in development and a "Family Guy" film that would mix animation with live action, said people with knowledge of the projects," WSJ explained. The Simpsons Movie was released in 2007 and grossed over USD 527 million worldwid...
In all probability, Walt Disney Co. and 21st Century Fox could be nearing a $60 billion merger deal, sources say. If you remember, we had earlier reported that Disney had approached Fox about a deal to buy its entertainment assets which would include its movie studio and so also its entertainment channels like FX and National Geographic. If it comes through, the deal comes at a time of rapid consolidation in the media industry as traditional media companies try to scale to compete with tech-based media companies like Netflix. A merger would likely face regulatory hurdles, given that the Justice Department's anti-trust division sued AT&T two weeks ago to block a merger with Time Warner.
For innumerable fans of Channel V, this is sad news. The Indian affiliate of Channel V is set to close down soon. Earlier it was reported that the channel would be discontinued on November 16, 2017. At this point of time, one’s memories would definitely go back in time the time when music channels like MTV and Channel [V] were the one of the coolest things on TV. Channel V is the brand name for multiple international music television networks owned by Fox Networks Group fully owned subsidiaries of 21st Century Fox. Here, it may be remembered that on July 1, 2015, the channel discontinued music programming and started focusing on original content through fiction dailies and studio formats that address youth issues. How can one forget that the channel served as a platform from personalit
For a few days now, everyone has been guessing as to what would happen to the offer that Disney had made to buy out 21st Century Fox. A few days ago one was fed with the information that Walt Disney is in talks to buy 21st Century Fox. The news is already a big deal because more than 90% of mainstream entertainment production in the US is controlled by only five companies, and Walt Disney buying 21st Century Fox would reduce that number to four – because it would end the long running feud between Fox and Marvel over the film rights to several popular Marvel IPs, including the X-Men and Deadpool. However, there may be a potential spanner thrown in the works here, as a news has been broken that telco Comcast has approached 21st Century Fox, with an interest in acquiring the company’s ent