A new Disney report indicates that the firm is going to spend $33 billion on new content in 2022. We are talking about the fiscal year, which began on October 1. This amount is $8 billion more than spending compared to 2021.
The increase in spending is associated with the company‘s desire to expand the flow of content, and not problems with production caused by the pandemic. Most of this money will go to movies, cartoons, TV shows and cartoons for film distribution and streaming services.
In particular, Disney plans to release 50 films and TV tapes, 25 drama series, 10 animated series and 5 films specifically for TV. Much of the upcoming content will be related to major franchises like Marvel or Star Wars.
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