A New Hope? Disney Buys Lucasfilm For $4 Billion

A New Hope? Disney Buys Lucasfilm For $4 Billion

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The Walt Disney Company has reportedly bought Lucasfilm, the production company that brought us Star Wars and Indiana Jones, for $4.05 billion in cash and stock. The companies simultaneously announced that Star Wars Episode 7 will be released in 2015. Kathleen Kenedy, co-chairman of Lucasfilm, will become president, reporting to...
A New Hope? Disney Buys Lucasfilm For $4 Billion
                                       

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