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Bob Iger poses with Sith Stormtroopers at the premiere of Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker.

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Iger poses with actor Pedro Pascal and producer Kathleen Kennedy at the premiere of The Mandalorian.

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The Mandalorian expands the Star Wars universe.

Bob Iger: Doing business the Disney way

Bob Iger reveals his approach to managing creative enterprises in his web series
Jan 24, 2020 5:50 AM

IN THE LATE 1980s, Bob Iger – then head of ABC Entertainment – greenlit a TV series called Cop Rock. In a golden TV era filled with popular cop shows such as Miami Vice and Cagney & Lacey, Cop Rock was breaking the mold by telling the stories of cops in song and dance. It sounded unusual,