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  1. TobyTerbium123

    AHC: Have Disney and Warner Bros. Merge Together

    So, your challenge here is to have Disney (the House of Mouse) and Warner Bros. (the House of Wabbit) merge together at a plausible date to form one big mass media and entertainment conglomerate.
  2. Universal Studios acquired Marvel Entertainment instead of Disney in 2009.

    Given that both Universal Studios and Disney are major theme park rivals and have Marvel-themed areas/attractions, I wonder how Universal would have done Marvel as a whole instead of Disney. Where would Disney be now if it hasn't gotten Marvel? Would Universal Studios expand Marveh Super Hero...
  3. What If Disney Buys Time Warner in 2016 Before AT&T

    So I found this article in the NYT https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/24/business/dealbook/att-discovery-warnermedia-backstory.html Basically Bob Iger called Jeff Bewkes, (The dude in charge of Time Warner at the time) about a merger however negotiations regarding the AT&T deal were already...
  4. The-English-Alexander

    What would DC be like Under Disney?

    On July 21, 1967, Kinney National company acquired National Periodical Publications (which would become DC in 1977). What would of happened if instead. Disney bought the company. What would happen to to the wonder women tv show, the films and even games and more importantly what would happen to...
  5. The-English-Alexander

    What if Everything went right: The Greatest Show-people

    What if Everything went right: The Greatest Show-people *It's kind of fun to do the Impossible* Walter Elias Disney (1901-1975) *The Magic Here is not just for the children. But it's for everyone of all ages* Theodore Elias Disney (1926-1989) *Walt Forged, Theodore Crafted. Today we come...
  6. Ferguson's Book: An Alternative Disney Filmography
    Threadmarks: Chapter One: Around the World (And Bambi Too)

    (Here we go. Interested to see how this plays out around here) Interviewer: So, what can you tell me about the end of Snow White? I mean, the production. Bianca Majolie: Oh, it was like...like the last days of school. You know? The sort of slow build up to a great release, a great sense of an...
  7. The-English-Alexander

    What Things went wrong for Walt Disney and his company?

    So I cant stop planning for future stories even if one is currently been written but my new idea needs some help. As we know Walt Disney and his company grew to be one of largest entertainment companies in the world. Today we all know Disney in one way or another. Its not always been a success...
  8. The-English-Alexander

    Pure Imagination: Pop Culture’s Different Path

    Pure Imagination: Pop Culture’s Different Path
  9. PNWKing

    General Electric sells NBC to Disney in 1993

    So here's a good what if, General Electric sells NBC to Disney in 1993.
  10. GrandMaster

    WI: Disney merged with Comcast in 2009

    In 2009, The Walt Disney Company rejected a merger offer from Comcast. What if Disney had agreed to merge with Comcast? What would be the effects of the entertainment industry from 2009 onwards?
  11. THeaven

    Oscar winner Beauty and the Beast

    And The Award for Best picture at the 46th Academy award goes to......Beauty and the Beast!! How does Disney's Beauty and the Beast beat Silence of the Lambs? And what does this win do for animated films in the American film industry?
  12. WI: Eisner promotes Katzenberg

    While it may be hard to believe nowadays, there was a time when former Disney CEO Michael Eisner was universally hailed as one of the film industry's true greats. Brought in by Roy E. Disney and Sid Bass to save The Walt Disney Company and replace Ron W. Miller, he turned the company's fortunes...
  13. The Militant Doberman

    WI: Disney’s “Mulan” (1998 version) was set in Ethiopia during the Italo-Abyssinian War?

    With Disney’s live-action Mulan remake in the headlines I thought this might make an interesting discussion. It’s inspired by posts from a few months ago: So what if the basic plot of the 1998 animated film was instead transplanted to 1930s Kingdom of Ethiopia? Thus instead of Mulan being...
  14. DBWI: DCEU without the Feige defection?

    Like him or loath him, Kevin Feige’s influence helped shaped the DC Entertainment Universe probably more then anyone else. But what would the DCEU look like where Kevin Feige never walked away from Marvel and joining the Distinguished Competition? And by extension, how would the MCU fair with...
  15. AltoRegnant

    DBWI: What If Disney Survived The 2000s?

    OTL, Disney had a terrible nineties and even worse 2000s, with their failures to buy Pixar and constant commercial failures, the house of mouse finally went under in 2010. The parks were sold off to various other companies back in 2008, but the influx of cash just wasn't able to turn back into...
  16. sokkawaterrebel5

    Gargoyles 1994-2006

    what if Gargoyles wasn't cancelled and the Goliath chronicles wasn't made and instead Disney let it continued for 12 seasons ending in 2006
  17. A Hippie in the House of Mouse (Jim Henson at Disney, 1980)
    Threadmarks: Part I; Brillstein I: the POD

    A Hippie in the House of Mouse The Incredible Story of Jim Henson’s Amazing Tenure at the Walt Disney Company Image courtesy of @Nerdman3000 Part I: Froggy Went a’ Courtin’ Chapter 8, Frog Eats Mouse? Excerpt from Where Did I Go Right? (or: You’re No One in Hollywood Unless Someone Wants...
  18. DBWI: Disney doesn't go a more dramatic path in the late 2010s

    During the late 2010s, Disney, in special through their made-to-TV movies, started to show some rather dramatic (some may say, more mature) movies, like the studies in race relations made in Z-O-M-B-I-E-S and the Descendants Trilogy; the musical inspired by Freaky Friday that was basically a...
  19. Duke Andrew of Dank

    WI: Howard Ashman survives AIDS

    Howard Ashman, whom many may know for his contributions to Little Shop of Horrors and Disney's The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, and Pocahontas, has become known for his role in AIDs awareness ever since he first confirmed that he was suffering from the condition in 1987. In 1991, he had barely...
  20. Disney doesn't hire Michael Eisner

    Michael Eisner changed everything. When he became CEO of Disney in 1984, he transformed the company from another family-oriented film studio to the enormous corporate media behemoth that it is today. It is due to Eisner that the studio went through its renaissance in the 1990's, and expanded its...
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