FOX hits in theaters like Forgot Me and Night at the Museum should win new versions for Disney +!

FOX hits in theaters like Forgot Me and Night at the Museum should win new versions for Disney +!

In a conference for investors and the press, the CEO Robert Iger, gives Disney, Inc, confirmed some ideas that the studio has had after the purchase of 20th Century FOX and its large list of films and productions.

According to the journalist Ashely Carter the executive confirmed that Disney already plans to release new versions of classic FOX films for Disney’s streaming service, the Disney+.

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The CEO stated that the films They Forgot About Me (1990), Night at the Museum (2006) and Diary of a Wimpy Kid (2010) are on the studio’s priority list to be introduced to a new generation through Disney +.

CEO Bob Iger says Home Alone, Night at the Museum and Diary of a Wimpy Kid will be “reimagined” for Disney +.

Did I hear that right?

– Ashley Carter (@ AshleyLCarter1) August 6, 2019

The list of productions that should win new versions only increases.

The Muppets, Operation Cupid, and other classic films from the 90s are expected to get new versions for Disney’s new streaming service

Disney + will launch in November in the US, and will arrive in 2020 in other countries, read more here.

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