Disney’s latest annual report shows an expected increase in streaming productivity and âroughly 50 titlesâ to debut on Disney +, television and film.
The Walt Disney Company will invest billions more in its Disney +, film and television content over the coming year.
Through Variety, Disney this week filed an annual report with the Securities and Exchange Commission for its 2022 fiscal year, with total spending estimated at $ 33 billion. The company spent $ 25 billion in 2021, but now intends to further expand its direct-to-consumer streaming library on Disney +, Hulu, and ESPN Plus, with a focus on “sports rights” within. of ESPN’s subscription service.
The report also states that Disney will produce around 50 titles for theatrical release and on its streaming services in 2022, including original and franchise-based film and TV projects from companies it owns. According to Disney’s General Entertainment Content unit, that figure goes even further in its TV department, with more than 100 series in development. Sixty of them are unscripted, 30 are comedies, 25 are dramas, 15 are docuseries / limited series, and 10 are animation. Five TV films and a number of untitled short films are also on the program. The official release dates for most of these projects have not been provided.
Much of Disney’s streaming content in 2021 was dominated by its first exclusive lineup of Disney + Marvel shows, which merge with the ongoing Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 4 narrative. Disney + recently launched the first two episodes of Jeremy Renner and Hailee Steinfeld featuring Hawk Eye series on November 24, which follows after the releases of the year of WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki and the animated series What if … from Marvel?. Next year will see new Phase 4 shows like Ms. Marvel, she-hulk, Moon knight and Secret invasion, all of which premiered at the Disney + Day event in November.
Compared to Marvel, Disney Star wars programming has seen fewer series releases this year, down The bad lot episodically in May and the nine episodes of Star Wars: Visions both September 22. His first spin-off of The Mandalorian, Boba Fett’s book, will be released on December 29, following the iconic Bounty Hunter as he and his partner Fennec Shand assume command of Jabba the Hutt’s former criminal empire. A major Star wars The series confirmed for 2022 is that of the director Deborah Chow Obi wan kenobi series, which also received a teaser on Disney + Day.
Disney film releases in 2022 will not only include family-oriented projects like Pixar’s Turn red, but also old 20th Century Fox projects like Death on the Nile and Avatar 2. The company is also preparing to release spin-offs of Zootopia and Great hero 6 alongside a new Ice Age project titled Buck Wild Adventures.
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