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Bob Chapek Talks Disney+, ESPN and Hulu Future and Hints at ‘Hard Bundle’ Integration to Come
Cynthia Littleton Business Editor “You should see the backstage,” actor Diego Luna told the D23 Expo crowd Saturday morning as he talked up his new “Star Wars”-branded Disney+ series “Andor” to the 5,000 faithful fans who packed the Anaheim Convention Center. The assembly of boldface names that were brought out at the three-day Disney fan event for a wave and brief chat about upcoming projects was a visual representation of the breadth of content produced by the studio these days. The list of boldface names included Harrison Ford, Angela Bassett, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Paul Rudd, Brie Larson, Tom Hiddleston, Don Cheadle, Owen Wilson, Zoe Saldana, Giancarlo Esposito, Christian Slater, Pedro Pascal, Gael Garcia Bernal, Anthony Ramos and more.The star power on display was impressive and so was the brand power that Disney flexed during D23 Expo by releasing dozens of trailers, teasers and first looks at content bound for Disney+ and theaters in the coming year. The rapid-fire delivery of “Coming Soon” messages was music to the ears of Disney CEO Bob Chapek, who has been telling investors and others that Disney+’s has yet to fully hit its stride in content delivery because of pandemic disruptions.
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Owen Wilson Reminisces on 1998 Film 'Armageddon,' Jokes About His Characters Being Killed Off (Exclusive)
hit theaters, and Owen Wilson is reflecting on the milestone that beloved classic represented in his career.Wilson, 53, walked the carpet at the premiere of his new film,, at Signature Theater in New York City on Monday, and spoke with ET's Rachel Smith about his memories of the movie and his character.«My characters name was Oscar Choi, and it was a great character!» Wilson recalled, adding that getting to play the geologist-turned-astronaut amounted to «ticking off the box of getting to play a kind of spaceman, a little bit.»«Early in my career can sort of charted by how long I lived, and so that movie, I think I made it to the 2nd act,» Wilson said with a laugh. «So that was a little longer than in .»Wilson is also gearing up for the long-awaited reimaging of Disney's — in which Wilson stars alongside Rosario Dawson, Danny DeVito, Tiffany Haddish, LaKeith Stanfield, Jared Leto and Jamie Lee Curtis.«I haven't seen it yet but I know that the cast that they put together… just seemed great,» Owen marveled, adding that it also felt like filming in Atlanta and New Orleans added to the authenticity of the overall feel of the project.As for, Wilson plays a technologically-powered super hero who's secret identity is discovered by his teenage son and his friends.Speaking with ET, Wilson sold the whole premise as «sort of a [meets] type thing.» premieres exclusively on Paramount+ on Friday, Aug.