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Joss Whedon now is very much eager to make a Star Wars movie after watching the trailer of The Rogue.
Google hopped in to the Star Wars fever by feature themes from the upcoming Disney movies on all its sites, allowing people to choose to either be in the "Dark side" or the "Light Side."
Google teams up with Disney to launch a Star Wars virtual reality experience for Google's Cardboard headset. The virtual reality experience will launch on December 2 as part of celebrations of Lucasfilm's Star Wars: The Force Awakens which will be available on cinemas on December 17.
It is to everyone's knowledge that there is a growing demand for virtual reality technology in the global market. It has enabled many tech-oriented companies to step up the ladder to acquire the technology to upgrade their sales and reputation, Apple being one of them.
Both Star Wars fans and Disney Park goers will absolutely love the idea of the opening of the all time favorite American epic space opera film, Star Wars in all Walt Disney World Resort Attractions. The most exciting is it will have its opening during the Holidays.
Disney's plans to push Star Wars merchandise with such great force is headed certainly headed to success. Last year, Frozen merchandise sales brought Disney massive success, giving its segment revenue a double-digit growth. But Star Wars merchandise won't be the same as Frozen, because of the demographics.
It's more than a year ago when Disney acquired popular YouTube network for $500 million yet it seems the deal was not really as big as it appeared to be. The deal includes an outstanding offer of another $450 million to Maker if the latter meets certain milestones.
Hollywood is paying a tribute of sorts to the largest American Indian-speaking population in the United States by translating the wildly popular children's film "Finding Nemo" into Navajo.
South Carolina-based 3D printing solutions provider 3D Systems bought California-based 3D modeling firm Gentle Giant Studios for an undisclosed amount just a month after announcing its intention to acquire Xerox Corp's engineering group.
Following its USD4.6 billion purchase of Lucasfilm in 2012, Walt Disney Co. has secured marketing and distribution rights over future Indiana Jones installments under an agreement with Paramount Pictures.