A blog of the great "TV", an international man of mystery and distinguished gentleman. Adventures in education, useless trivia, spiritual observations, the life of a struggling actor, and rants on movies and books are just a minute sampling of the day-to-day experiences in the life of TV. Come, read about it, and enjoy the ride.
So, it's official now. Disney now owns over a fourth of the world. There isn't an entertainment company on the planet that comes close. After what Disney did to children's radio back in the 1990s, I shouldn't have been surprised, but I honestly had no clue that George Lucas would sell out to the Mouse House. Lucas still retains a major shareholder stake and just earned himself 4.5 billion dollars. You've always been a better businessman than a filmmaker, George. But why the Mouse? Why not Fox or Universal or Paramount?