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Bob Iger Returns As Disney CEO As Bob Chapek Steps Down From Position

Disney has announced that Bob Iger has returned to his former position as CEO of The Walt Disney Company, and that Bob Chapek has stepped down.

According to Deadline, the position change is effective immediately, as announced by the Board of Governors.

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Brie Larson Wears Golden Cape to Marvel Avengers Campus Opening at Disneyland Paris

The Marvel stars are stepping out for the opening of the new Marvel Avengers Campus!

Brie Larson joined Pom Klementieff and Iman Vellani at the opening ceremony of the new attraction at Disneyland Paris on Saturday afternoon (July 9) in Paris, Frace.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Brie Larson

For the event, Brie, 32, stunned in a shimmering black and gold cape over a fringe gold crop top and long, black skirt while Iman, 19, and Pom, 36.

Disneyland Paris President Natacha Rafalski were Disney CEO Bob Chapek were also in attendance.

All three ladies star in Marvel projects - Brie stars in Captain Marvel, Pom stars in Guardians Of The Galaxy, and Iman stars in Disney+’s new series Ms. Marvel.

In a recent interview, Iman gushed over Brie being her Marvel mentor. Here’s what she said.

FYI: Brie is wearing a custom Oscar de la Renta outfit.

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Ariana DeBose Says She Spoke with Disney CEO Bob Chapek About His Handling of the 'Don't Say Gay' Bill

Ariana DeBose is speaking out.

Earlier this month, Disney faced backlash after it was revealed the company had reportedly donated to the sponsors of Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill, which prohibits teachers from discussing LGBTQ topics like gender identity with students until after third grade.

At the 2022 Oscars on Sunday (March 27), the West Side Story actress discussed Disney’s initial response to the controversy and shared that she had reached out to Bob about the matter.

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Disney Vows To Fight & Repeal Florida's 'Don't Say Gay' Bill

Disney has issued a statement following the signing of Florida’s controversial “Don’t Say Gay” bill into law.

Earlier today, it was revealed that Florida governor Ron DeSantis signed the bill into law, which prevents primary school teachers from discussing sexual orientation and gender identity in classroom discussion, with educators of all grade levels being barred from instruction on those topics that is has been deemed not “age appropriate or developmentally appropriate” for their students.

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Disney CEO Bob Chapek Issues Apology to LGBTQ Employees & Announces Political Donation Changes

Bob Chapek is speaking out again.

The Disney CEO issued an apology following weeks of scrutiny for not publicly speaking out against the “Don’t Say Gay” legislation in Florida, which already passed in the House and Senate, via Variety.

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LGBTQ Organization Refuses Disney's Money Until 'Meaningful Action' Is Taken With 'Don't Say Gay' Bill

The Human Rights Campaign is not taking money from Disney anymore.

The LGBTQ+ organization made an announcement on Wednesday (March 9) in response to CEO Bob Chapek‘s comments at a shareholder meeting regarding Florida’s House Bill 1557, referred to as the “Don’t Say Gay or Trans” bill, which would censor teachers from talking about LGBTQ+ issues like gender identity until after third grade.

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Disney CEO Breaks Silence on 'Don't Say Gay' Florida Bill

Disney‘s Bob Chapek is breaking his silence amid backlash.

The 61-year-old CEO spoke out about Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill following pressure from employees and LGBTQ+ organizations to take a stand against the bill.

The bill, which just passed through the Senate and House and is on the way to being approved by Governor Ron DeSantis, would ban teachers from discussing LGBTQ topics like gender identity with students until after third grade.

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