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Disney+ drops ‘Nautilus’ and ‘Spiderwick Chronicles’ as budget cuts

Date: April 12, 2024 Time: 20:57:25

The streaming service Disney+ has canceled Nautilus, the prequel to 20,000 Years Under the Sea, which it announced two years ago. Deadline reports.

The decision was made as part of a plan to cut spending on non-sports content by $3 billion. The cancellations also affected the Spiderwick Chronicles series. He and The Nautilus, starring Shazad Latif, had already been filmed. Disney+ and the production team are currently looking for new homes for projects.

Disney+ and Hulu have filmed dozens of original projects in recent months, and Disney CEO Bob Iger has also announced that they are filming new Marvel and Star Wars series and movies.

Next, Eiger talked about his plans to focus on cost reduction and the quality of his projects. They will go out much less frequently, becoming a great event for the industry. Bob also talked about the possibility of Disney licensing their content to other streamers.

Disney+ has released a trailer for Percy Jackson and the Olympians. The first two episodes will be released immediately and the rest, one every week. The first season will debut on streaming on December 20, around Christmas.

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Hansen Taylor
Hansen Taylor
Hansen Taylor is a full-time editor for ePrimefeed covering sports and movie news.

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