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messaggio 4/10/2010, 18:29
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Strana decisione. Io speravo anche promuovessero il fondatore di Club Penguin. A quanto ho sentito ci sa fare.


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messaggio 21/1/2011, 18:42
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L'annuncio che Steve Jobs prenderà nuovamente una pausa per motivi di salute (da parte mia auguri di pronta guarigione!) ha lasciato incertezza sulla direzione delle due società di cui è azionista di maggioranza. Tutti i media si sono affrettati a precisare che manterrà la carica di CEO di Apple, ma nessuno si è curato della Disney. Oggi Nasdaq.com conferma che Jobs resterà anche nel consiglio di amministrazione della Walt Disney Company.

Steve Jobs is expected to remain on the board of the Walt Disney Co. (DIS) despite the health issues that prompted him to take a medical leave as chief executive of Apple Inc. (AAPL), according to a person familiar with the matter.

Jobs, who is also retaining his board seat at Apple, became by far the largest shareholder in Disney when the media giant acquired Pixar Animation Studios in 2006. As a result of that deal, he owns about 7% of Disney and is a director at the company.

Jobs's role at one of the world's largest media and entertainment conglomerates has prompted speculation and intrigue as the rise of digital communications has provided an opening for Apple and other tech heavyweights to infiltrate businesses like music and television, challenging traditional media titans like Disney.

Some have attributed Disney's early willingness to embrace certain digital distribution platforms to the influence of Jobs.

Jobs's latest departure from Apple due to health issues marks the third time in the past decade he has been forced to step back from his role at Apple. He took a leave in 2004 when he had surgery to remove a tumor in his pancreas and then again in the first half of 2009 for the liver transplant.


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messaggio 1/2/2011, 17:35
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Cambio della guardia a capo della distribuzione globale, Chuck Viane va in pensione dopo 25 anni, sostituito da Dave Hollis.
Il comunicato ufficiale:

BURBANK, Calif. – January 31, 2011 – Chuck Viane, president of Global Distribution for Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, announced today that he will retire in July after 25 years with The Walt Disney Company.

“Chuck is one of the most knowledgeable and savvy individuals in the film industry,” said Rich Ross, chairman of The Walt Disney Studios. “Throughout his distinguished career at Disney, he has proven himself to be a rare legend, deeply respected by those who have had the privilege to work with him here as well as by exhibitors and colleagues around the world.”

Coming from the exhibition arm of the industry, Viane joined Disney in 1985 and has helped shepherd the Studio’s distribution operation through rapidly changing technological and economic times, including significant international expansion. As a result, the Studio’s distribution arm reached the domestic billion-dollar plateau 13 times during his tenure, setting the stage for the Studio in 2010 to become the first to have two billion-dollar earners in the same year, with Alice in Wonderland and Toy Story 3.

“Being on the front lines at Disney over such an exciting period in the film industry has been an extraordinary experience. I’ve worked on the best projects, I’ve worked with the best people and I’m proud of the things we’ve accomplished together,” said Viane. “Now I’m looking forward to watching my grandkids grow – and maybe getting to sleep in on Sunday mornings.”

The Studio is pleased to announce that Dave Hollis has been promoted to executive vice president, Theatrical Exhibition Sales and Distribution. He will work closely with Viane over the next five months to transition oversight of the theatrical distribution function. Viane will stay on as a consultant through the middle of next year and a replacement for Hollis will be named at a later date.

“I’ve had the pleasure of watching Dave’s career thrive here at Disney and I know I am leaving the team in very capable hands,” added Viane.

A 10-year Disney veteran, Hollis was most recently senior vice president of Distribution for Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International, where he was responsible for the sales and distribution operation across 70 countries, for all motion pictures released under the Walt Disney Pictures, Disneynature, Marvel and Touchstone Pictures banners. In his new role, Dave will assume responsibility for global sales and distribution of The Walt Disney Studios motion pictures, including North America and international markets. He will report directly to Bob Chapek, president of Distribution for TWDS.


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messaggio 7/10/2011, 20:53
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Oggi notizie molto importanti: Bob Iger lascerà il suo incarico di presidente e amministratore delegato il 31 marzo 2015, lasciando poi la Walt Disney Company nel 2016, dopo appena 10 anni in carica. Nel 2015 dovrà essere nominato il successore.

BURBANK, Calif. – The Walt Disney Company (NYSE: DIS) Board of Directors announced today it has agreed to extend Robert A. Iger’s contract through June 2016 as part of the Company’s ongoing succession planning. Under the new agreement, effective Oct. 1, Iger will assume the role of chairman in addition to chief executive officer following Chairman John E. Pepper’s retirement from the board at Disney’s 2012 annual shareholder meeting in March. Until then, Iger will remain president and chief executive officer.

Iger will hold the positions of chairman and chief executive officer through March 31, 2015, at which time a new CEO would be named; Iger will thereafter serve as executive chairman for 15 months through June 30, 2016. Iger’s current contract was set to expire on Jan. 31, 2013.

The Disney board took action at this time to secure the benefit of Iger’s leadership through 2016, provide for an effective, seamless succession and management transition and a continuity of the company’s corporate strategy to create long-term value for shareholders.

As provided in the company’s corporate governance guidelines, the board will also select an independent lead director when Iger assumes the role of Chair immediately following the meeting in March.
“As one of the most iconic brands and preeminent companies in the world, The Walt Disney Company requires a leader with the proven ability to drive creative and financial success in a dynamic world. For more than six years, Bob Iger has proven he has that ability at the highest level,” said Mr. Pepper. “The Board is delighted that the company has been able to secure the longer-term continuation of Bob’s unique blend of experience and leadership skills. His ability to bring together the many parts of Disney’s business against a clear and proven strategy, while instilling a culture of innovation, collaboration and discipline, will continue to serve the long-term interests of shareholders.”

Pepper added: “It is for these reasons – continuing the strategic direction and growth of the company while ensuring a smooth transition process to the next generation of leadership – the Board has determined that Bob should assume the additional role of Chairman.”

Iger said: “No CEO could have a better counselor than John — his impeccable integrity, vast experience, and knowledge and appreciation of Disney have been invaluable. I want to thank him for his many contributions, and his support of our people and our strategy including two of the company’s most significant acquisitions in recent years – Pixar and Marvel.”

“I’m privileged and grateful to lead The Walt Disney Company and our talented, dedicated team at this exciting time,” Iger added. “I’m committed to increasing long-term value for shareholders and am confident we will continue to do so through the successful execution of our core strategic priorities: the creation of high quality, branded content and experiences, the use of technology, and creating growth in numerous and exciting international markets.”

Since being named president and chief executive on September 30th, 2005, Iger, 60, has led the Company to record operating results while positioning Disney for the future in the global, dynamic multi-media industry. Disney’s total shareholder return since October 1, 2005 is five times higher than that of the S&P 500.

During Iger’s leadership tenure, The Walt Disney Company has been recognized as one of “America’s Most Admired Companies” by Fortune magazine (2009, 2010, 2011); one of the “World’s Most Respected Companies” by Barron’s (2009, 2010); and one of the “Best Places to Launch a Career” by BusinessWeek magazine (2006-2010).

As part of the agreement, Iger’s annual base salary will be $2.5 million. Iger is not receiving any up front equity award in connection with signing the new agreement. His annual bonus award will be calculated based on the Company’s performance, including its operating income, return on invested capital, earnings per share and after-tax free cash flow. He will also be entitled to an annual long-term equity incentive award of options and restricted stock units, the ultimate value of which will be entirely dependent on the Company’s future financial performance.


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messaggio 7/10/2011, 21:52
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messaggio 8/10/2011, 14:56
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CITAZIONE (giagia @ 7/10/2011, 21:52) *

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messaggio 8/10/2011, 16:37
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Qualcuno può spiegarmi ora che Jobs è morto chi ne ha preso il posto? Era lui il maggior azionista giusto?


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messaggio 8/10/2011, 18:37
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CITAZIONE (Scrooge McDuck @ 8/10/2011, 16:37) *
Qualcuno può spiegarmi ora che Jobs è morto chi ne ha preso il posto? Era lui il maggior azionista giusto?

Premesso che non so nulla di economia aziendale, credo che il suo posto nel consiglio di amministrazione sarà assegnato a qualche altro dei principali azionisti nei prossimi mesi, mentre le sue azioni restano di proprietà della moglie, la quale può tenerle oppure (più probabilmente) venderle agli offerenti che si faranno avanti (altri grandi azionisti ne approfitteranno per ampliare le loro azioni). Jobs era il maggior azionista, pur avendo meno del 10% delle azioni (non ricordo più se il 2% o il 7%).


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messaggio 9/10/2011, 2:38
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CITAZIONE (Beast @ 8/10/2011, 18:37) *
Premesso che non so nulla di economia aziendale, credo che il suo posto nel consiglio di amministrazione sarà assegnato a qualche altro dei principali azionisti nei prossimi mesi, mentre le sue azioni restano di proprietà della moglie, la quale può tenerle oppure (più probabilmente) venderle agli offerenti che si faranno avanti (altri grandi azionisti ne approfitteranno per ampliare le loro azioni). Jobs era il maggior azionista, pur avendo meno del 10% delle azioni (non ricordo più se il 2% o il 7%).


Capito.... Io sinceramente ignoravo che fosse azionista Disney, l'ho letto qui che era addirittura il maggiore..


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messaggio 9/10/2011, 12:51
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CITAZIONE (Scrooge McDuck @ 9/10/2011, 2:38) *
Capito.... Io sinceramente ignoravo che fosse azionista Disney, l'ho letto qui che era addirittura il maggiore..

La sua quota di azioni risale alla vendita della Pixar alla Disney, a quest'ultima conveniva pagare Jobs con un po' di azioni anziché con 7 miliardi in contante. laugh.gif


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messaggio 10/10/2011, 19:33
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Ecco una risposta più ampia e dettagliata da The Pixar Blog:

Who Will Succeed Jobs on Disney Board?

It's a question that regrettably must be asked.

For five years prior to his death, Steve Jobs served as Pixar's voice on the Walt Disney Company board of directors and provided valuable insight (must read) in other areas as well. Who succeeds him will have significant implications for both Disney and Pixar.

The Shares

The ownership of Jobs' 138 million Disney shares (worth $4.4 billion) will be determined by the contents of his will, which is likely to remain private through a trust arrangement.

If Jobs opted to leave his estate mostly to his wife, Laurene Powell Jobs, she would become the company's single largest individual shareholder.

Would Powell Jobs be interested in succeeding her late husband?

Laurene Powell Jobs

A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Powell Jobs has served on the boards of several non-profits, including College Track, which she co-founded and currently chairs.

When U.S. President Barack Obama established the White House Council for Community Solutions last December, he appointed Powell Jobs as a Council Member.

She also has a strong business résumé, having worked for years as an investment banker at Merrill Lynch and Goldman Sachs and co-founding a natural foods company in Northern California.

Her input could help further Disney's charitable endeavours.

Ed Catmull

Another possibility is that Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios president Ed Catmull would be nominated to serve as an inside director.

He has more experience than just about anyone in the animation business, to say nothing of his close working relationship with chief creative officer John Lasseter.

"I doubt anyone would blink an eye if Ed were chosen for the seat," says Pixar Touch author David A. Price.

The Decision

Following all required consultations, a recommendation will be made by the board's Governance and Nominating Committee. It then goes to the remaining directors for a vote.

The board met on Friday for the first time since Jobs' death. It was subsequently announced that John E. Pepper, Jr., 73, intends to retire next year. (CEO Bob Iger will replace him as chairman.) That leaves an additional seat to be filled.


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messaggio 14/10/2011, 3:22
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Grazie....anche se non mi è molto chiaro, lo rileggerò con più calma


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messaggio 14/10/2011, 14:48
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CITAZIONE (Scrooge McDuck @ 14/10/2011, 3:22) *
Grazie....anche se non mi è molto chiaro, lo rileggerò con più calma

Ti faccio una traduzione veloce:

Chi succederà a Jobs nel consiglio d'amministrazione della Disney?
Per 5 anni prima della sua scomparsa, Jobs è stato il rappresentante della Pixar nel consiglio, dando utili consigli anche in altre aree della compagnia. La scelta del successore ha implicazioni molto significative sia per Disney sia per Pixar.
La proprietà delle 138 milioni di azioni Disney possedute da Jobs (per un valore di 4.4 miliardi di $) sarà determinata dal testamento, il quale probabilmente non sarà reso pubblico.
Se Jobs avesse scelto di lasciare tutto (o la maggior parte) della proprietà alla moglie, ella diventerebbe il maggior azionista Disney; la signora Jobs sarà interessata a prendere il posto del marito?
Laurene Powell Jobs, laureata in Economia a Stanford, è stata membro di diversi consigli d'amministrazione di associazioni no-profit, fa parte del Consiglio per le Soluzioni Comunitarie della Casa Bianca (scelta direttamente da Obama), inoltre ha una notevole esperienza finanziaria, essendosi occupata di investimenti bancari alla Merrill Lynch e alla Goldman Sachs (società note anche in Italia per via della crisi del 2008).
Un'altra scelta potrebbe essere Ed Catmull, il co-fondare della Pixar e attuale presidente di Pixar e Disney Animation Studios. Ha più esperienza di chiunque altro nel business dell'animazione, per non parlare dei suoi strettissimi rapporti con il direttore creativo Lasseter. Nessuno avrebbe da lamentarsi se fosse lui a occupare il posto lasciato vacante.
Il consiglio d'amministrazione si riunirà venerdì (oggi ndt) per la prima volta dopo la morte di Jobs, ma saranno necessarie alcune consultazioni prima di votare il sostituto. Intanto, un altro consigliere (il 73enne J.Pepper) ha deciso di andare in pensione, il suo posto verrà occupato da Bob Iger, che aggiunge quindi il titolo di consigliere a quello di presidente e amministratore.

Nota del sottoscritto: come si vede, si tratta perlopiù di ipotesi, non c'è ancora nulla di certo.


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messaggio 16/10/2011, 19:59
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Grazie mille Marco, sempre gentilissimo!
Non mi era chiaro quello che riguardava la storia della moglie in effetti. Il succo del discorso cmqe è questo:

CITAZIONE (Beast @ 14/10/2011, 14:48) *
Nota del sottoscritto: come si vede, si tratta perlopiù di ipotesi, non c'è ancora nulla di certo.



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messaggio 27/10/2011, 21:03
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Aprirà presto Disney Channel in Russia come canale gratuito.

http://www.stitchkingdom.com/disney-disney...n-russia-18234/


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messaggio 2/11/2011, 20:22
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Oggi John Lasseter ha ricevuto la sua stella personale sulla Walk of Fame di Hollywood, alla presenza di molte celebrità, nonché di Saetta e Cricchetto. A link trovate tutte le foto e un video: http://www.stitchkingdom.com/disney-john-l...-of-fame-18279/



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messaggio 2/11/2011, 23:59
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Meritatissima!


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Bob Iger è entrato nel consiglio di amministrazione della Apple.

Bob Iger Joins Apple’s Board of Directors
Today, Apple named a new Chairman of the Board. Arthur D. Levinson will take over as Chairman, having served on the board since 2005.

In Disney-related news, Bob Iger (President and CEO of The Walt Disney Company) was also named today as a new member of Apple’s Board of Directors. This furthers the relationship between Disney and Apple. (Steve Jobs was the largest Disney shareholder and a member of Disney’s board until his passing. Iger was instrumental in the negotiations for Disney to buy Pixar from Jobs in 2006.) Iger joins the ranks of Al Gore, Tim Cook, and other noteworthy figures in one of the most powerful boards.

Iger is also a member of the board of directors for the National September 11 Memorial & Museum and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. He is also a member of Barack Obama’s President’s Export Council. (And remember, Iger has announced that he will step down as Disney’s CEO in 2015.)


Fonte: The Disney Blog


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messaggio 9/1/2012, 11:30
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BREAKING NEWS: Dopo appena un anno e mezzo, la direttrice del marketing MT Carney se ne va, la Disney sta già cercando il sostituto.
Sono stati 18 mesi ricchi di polemiche sulle politiche di marketing della Disney: la Carney, fortemente voluta da Ross, fu subito messa in dubbio perché inesperta del settore e fece un enorme passo falso già al suo primo film con il criticatissimo slogan The coolest job ever per l'Apprendista Stregone (gran flop del 2010). Il suo operato nel 2011 è stato molto deludente: ha lasciato che la Paramount si occupasse di pubblicizzare i film Marvel, la Dreamworks i propri film, un team separato per i film d'animazione, in pratica lei si è occupata solo di Pirati 4; proprio questa sua mancanza di coinvolgimento sarebbe il motivo principale del licenziamento. Infine, sarebbe la colpevole del troncamento del 'of Mars' dal titolo di John Carter, una mossa molto criticata perché ha fatto infuriare la fan-base. Proprio John Carter sarà il film a subire di più questa situazione, vista la mancanza di un direzione forte a ridosso dell'uscita, sembra quindi abbandonato a se stesso e destinato al massacro; se non altro Ross potrà incolpare la Carney, a mio parere però anche lui ha grosse responsabilità.


EXCLUSIVE: MT Carney Out As President Of Worldwide Marketing At Walt Disney Studios

BREAKING NEWS… EXCLUSIVE… refresh for latest: After more than a year and half in the job, and speculation since her arrival that she was going to be canned, I can confirm that MT Carney is officially out as President of Worldwide Marketing at Walt Disney Studios. Don’t expect an announcement until this week. Disney is locked down right now about Carney’s status. Of course my sources are claiming it has nothing to do with a very negative story about Carney in tomorrow’s New York Times – headlined “A Disney Marketer’s Downfall”. The 42-year-old Carney was handplucked by studio chief Rich Ross despite her having no movie biz experience. (Instead she had experienced in promoting packaged goods. “But a movie is not like a Honda,” one marketing guru reminds me just now.) You can argue that the knives were out from Day One by Hollywood’s incestuous marketing community that doesn’t want outsiders to succeed on their turf. You can argue that Carney did in herself with moronic pronouncements, an unwillingness to learn, and an eagerness to outsource. (Which is why she quickly earned the nickname ‘Empty Carney’.) The timing of Carney’s exit, though long speculated about, was kept so secret that my news caught Disney staff by surprise.

One veteran movie marketer tells me about Carney’s exit that the problem was more about what Carney didn’t do than what she did. “She didnt do anything. She farmed out Pirates Of The Caribbean 4. Stacey and Steven have their own separate Disney marketing team for DreamWorks. There’s a separate team for Disney’s animation group. And then Paramount did the last two Marvel movies.” Carney’s exit comes at a time when Disney will start marketing future Marvel films, Pixar has major releases on the horizon like Brave, DreamWorks is filling the pipeline, and Rich Ross’s studio has some very big-budget bets ahead like John Carter. One source tells me it was Carney’s idea to drop the “Of Mars” from the title of John Carter. “It’s based on a big geek book. You are taking a piece of very well known classic source material and taking the marketing hook out of it. It’s like putting it through the deflavorizer. It’s like a perfect microcosm of what went wrong.”

The Scottish-born co-founder and owner of Naked Communications, a NYC-based media planning and strategy firm, was also a former Ogilvy worldwide planning director from 2003-2006. Her appointment followed an exhaustive 5-months-long search. (See my previous, Disney Picks Movie Marketing Chief (Her Motto? “The Agency Model Stripped Naked”) My sources claim that Carney told Disney over the summer she wanted to leave the job and go back to NYC where her young kids have remained and where she has flown every Friday from LA. Now she’ll return to the NYC marketing agency world she left. But the fact is that Disney began looking for her replacement some time ago.


http://www.deadline.com/2012/01/m-t-carney...disney-studios/


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messaggio 9/1/2012, 21:03
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ohhh era ora!! Una bella notizia!


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CITAZIONE (Beast @ 9/1/2012, 10:30) *
Infine, sarebbe la colpevole del troncamento del 'of Mars' dal titolo di John Carter, una mossa molto criticata perché ha fatto infuriare la fan-base. Proprio John Carter sarà il film a subire di più questa situazione, vista la mancanza di un direzione forte a ridosso dell'uscita, sembra quindi abbandonato a se stesso e destinato al massacro; se non altro Ross potrà incolpare la Carney, a mio parere però anche lui ha grosse responsabilità.


vero, davvero poca pubblicità per Carter, se ne parla molto poco dry.gif


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La conferma ufficiale nei comunicati di Ross e della Carney:

I want to share with you that MT Carney has made the decision to leave the company and return to New York to be with her children. Under her leadership, our marketing organization has put together some of the most wide-reaching campaigns we have ever launched. I am incredibly grateful and thank MT for all of her insight and expertise, but I fully respect her decision and wish her all the best.
We have, in my opinion, the best marketing team in the business and the work I’ve seen over the past two years has been nothing short of extraordinary.
I realize there is much work at hand on our upcoming projects and I appreciate your dedication as always.

Rich

MT Carney’s message to the Walt Disney Studios’ marketing staff follows:

After much consideration, I have decided to leave the Disney family to return to my own. It is terribly hard to leave, but I have been constantly torn between my kids and my job, and like all good Hollywood movies, the kids have to win.
This has been a challenging and exciting job, and I have learned a great deal in my time with all of you. I am truly lucky to have had the chance to lead this incredible team on so many wonderful projects. I’m particularly proud of the amazing and creative work that came out of our global hits like Tangled, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Cars 2, and The Help, as well as The Muppets and War Horse, and John Carter and The Avengers to come.
I want to thank you all for your understanding and support. This has been a remarkable journey and I look forward to seeing your continued brilliance everywhere. But now it is time to get back to winter in New York and my amazing kids.
All my best, always,
MT


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