DISNEY NEWS: Monday, March 8th

The Disney Beat

Mar 8 2021 • 25 mins

Bringing you all of the news from the Disney company that you need to know to start your week for Monday March 8th, 2021:

  • Disneyland could reopen on April 1st, no joke!
  • Disney CEO Bob Chapek speaks about parks and theatrical movie releases
  • One fifth of Disney's brick and mortar retail stores in the US  will be closing
  • E-commerce site, ShopDisney, to get a well needed revamp
  • ABC's 'World News Tonight with David Muir' dominates ratings
  • Matt Damon, Luke Hemsworth, Sam Neil, and Melissa McCarthy coming to a huge Marvel film
  • Disney+ series Obie-Wan Kenobi gets a new actress
  • Pinocchio remake casts Cynthia Erivo, Joseph Gorden-Levitt, and Keegan Michael Key
  • Turner and Hooch star will revive his role in the upcoming Disney+ serioes
  • X-Men coming to Marvel's Cinematic Universe earlier than expected
  • Blade reboot to begin production
  • And much more...

Follow your host Sean Nyberg on his Facebook page, Twitter, or Instagram at @SeanNyberg

Don't forget to follow our The DisInsider Facebook page, or find us on Twitterand Instagram at @theDisInsider and of course, for all the breaking news, at www.TheDisInsider.com

You Might Like

The Daily
The Daily
The New York Times
The Dan Bongino Show
The Dan Bongino Show
Cumulus Podcast Network | Dan Bongino
WSJ What’s News
WSJ What’s News
The Wall Street Journal
Morning Joe
Morning Joe
Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, MSNBC
Pod Save America
Pod Save America
Crooked Media
Mark Levin Podcast
Mark Levin Podcast
Cumulus Podcast Network
The Ben Shapiro Show
The Ben Shapiro Show
The Daily Wire
The Glenn Beck Program
The Glenn Beck Program
Blaze Podcast Network
The Rachel Maddow Show
The Rachel Maddow Show
Rachel Maddow, MSNBC
WSJ Your Money Briefing
WSJ Your Money Briefing
The Wall Street Journal
Morning Wire
Morning Wire
The Daily Wire
The Fox News Rundown
The Fox News Rundown
FOX News Radio
The Matt Walsh Show
The Matt Walsh Show
The Daily Wire
Serial
Serial
Serial Productions & The New York Times
Start Here
Start Here
ABC News