The creators of the Willow series had also referred to the fact that Hollywood is outraged. Disney+ has not manifested.
Disney+ it continues to remove content or announce the departure of others from its catalog and outrages many with it. The streaming platform has been the focus of comments for leaving some productions, an action that other companies have carried out for “reduction of fiscal costs.” The One And Only Ivan, family drama starring Bryan Cranston, will be one of the films that will say goodbye.
Bryan Cranston is remembered for his leading role in The Breaking Bad.
The interpreter spoke about the company’s decision and nothing was saved. The star published his impressions in the social networks and the audience did not wait, reacting immediately to what he mentioned.
Bryan Cranston’s words
“I heard the news that my film, The One And Only Ivan, will be removed from @disneyplus as soon as next week. I am so proud of this sweet family movie that was released after the start of the COVID lockdown. I urge you to gather your children, nieces and nephews, make some popcorn and watch this captivating and charming story based on true events!” he commented.
“The real-life man I play actually adopted a baby gorilla (Ivan) and raised him in a suburb of Washington state. A true and crazy story! Thanks to Disney for giving us the opportunity to make this movie in the first place. I know it’s going to be a great family time, but you have to do it this weekend before it’s gone forever. I promise you’ll be glad you saw it. Have a great weekend… Bryan”, concluded the actor in a message on his Instagram.
Other creatives gave everything to Disney +
The same had happened with Willow’s developers. One of those who reacted was Jonathan Kasdan, writer of the series of Willow. The sequel to the 80s classic is one that is in danger. “Before you mention the tax deduction: these shows have already premiered, so they cannot be subject to a tax deduction. Also, in the case of Willow, they are the owners of the content. The only conclusion is that this is done to avoid payment of royalties during a strike, ”he mentioned.
Willow will be one of those who will leave Disney +.
Likewise, the creative John Bickerstaff He was direct in his statements and called what the producer has been doing in the face of the financial situation cruel. “They gave us six months,” he wrote. “Not even. This industry has become absolutely cruel,” he continued to say. “And look, eternal streaming libraries aren’t sustainable,” he continued. “We will all have to adjust to that at some point. But spending on a program and then making it disappear six months later is just bad business, ”he concluded in an interview with Collider.
Disney+ continues to unleash the controversy over the decision of eliminate contents. Although they have not finished announcing the list, it is expected that there are still more unfortunate surprises to come for both users and creatives.
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