Rating: About Ratings
Opens: 03/17/2023
Running Time: 120
Rated: R
Cast: Keira Knightley, Carrie Coon, Alessandro Nivola, Chris Cooper, David Dastmalchian and Morgan Spector.
Crew: Director: Matt Ruskin. Producers: Ridley Scott, Tom Ackerley, Janelle Canastra, Josey McNamara, Michael A. Pruss and Kevin Walsh. Executive Producers: Sam Roston and Michael Fottrell. Screenwriter: Matt Ruskin. Cinematographer: Ben Kutchins.
REVIEW: By: Lana K. Wilson-Combs

Keira Knightley shines in the riveting crime drama "Boston Strangler" from director/screenwriter Matt Ruskin ("Crown Heights").

"Boston Strangler," which is streaming on Hulu, is based on the shocking true story of the famed Boston Strangler, who in the 1960s murdered 15 women in Boston, Massachusetts.

The police initially seemed to drag their feet on the case until a feisty and determined reporter named Loretta McLaughlin (an excellent Knightley) kept digging, and along with veteran reporter Jean Cole (Carrie Coon, TV's "The Gilded Age"), broke the story for the Boston Record-American.

As much as the film lays out the grisly details surrounding the murders, "Boston Strangler" also spotlights the overt sexism the women faced as journalists.

Lorretta was always intrigued with the case. She began connecting the dots that the police couldn't. Even so, her editor Jack Maclaine (a terrific Chris Cooper, "Irresistible") who didn't want to make the police look bad, believed that Knightley wasn't cut out for that story and should stick with writing pieces on household products for the women's section of the paper. Lorretta's ideas weren't valued and were often dismissed.

It took a lot of persuasion and stone-cold evidence to convince her editor that she was on to something. Over time, he realized that this story was growing and simply too big to ignore. Women throughout Boston were understandably frightened, especially the elderly and those who lived alone since they were the primary targets of the Boston Strangler.

Lorretta's persistence finally paid off. She was teamed with her fellow reporter Cole (Coon) who also had to contend with sexism on the job and even while dealing with law enforcement.

Surely two women couldn't be smarter and work harder than the lead investigators, Det. Conley (Alessandro Nivola, ("Amsterdam") and Det. Donovan (Michael Malvesti, "Free Guy"). Det. Conley was however, more receptive to Loretta. He had his doubts about the police investigation. He quietly worked with Loretta and gave her tips on the case to pursue.

Their journalistic integrity and truth seeking came with a price especially for Lorretta. Her all in at all hour’s research on the case affected her marriage. Her supportive husband, James (Morgan Spector, "Nanny") believed she was putting their lives at risk.

Like most people when the police arrested Albert DeSalvo (David Dastmalchian, "Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania") for the murders and he was sentenced to life in prison in 1967, James thought it was over and things would get back to normal for them.

Yet, Lorretta wasn't convinced DeSalvo was the murderer and kept pursuing the story even when everyone suggested it was time to move on.

The Boston Strangler story is fascinating. The debate regarding Albert DeSalvo's guilt or innocence has been a topic of interest ever since the release of the 1968 movie "The Boston Strangler" starring Tony Curtis as DeSalvo and Henry Fonda as John S. Bottomly, the chief detective who obtained DeSalvo's confession.

With "Boston Strangler," director/screenwriter Matt Ruskin has made a stylish and captivating crime drama that will likely bring the conversation to the forefront once again.

Editor's Note: Be sure to catch my movie talk segment on the Kitty O'Neal Show Fridays now at 5:17 p.m. and 6:47 p.m. on radio station KFBK 93.1 FM and 1530 AM.

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<b> That Man Bolt</b> Title: That Man Bolt
Year Released: 1973
Running Time: 103
Production Company: Universal Pictures
Director: Henry Levin and David Lowell Rich
Director of Photography: Gerald Perry Finnerman
Screenwriter: Charles Johnson and Ranald MacDougall
Author: Lana K. Wilson-Combs

REVIEW: Updated Feature--2023

After Fred "The Hammer" Williamson carved out a stellar career as a defensive back in the National Football League with teams such as the Kansas City Chiefs (Williamson played in Super Bowl I), The Oakland Raiders, Pittsburgh Steelers and the San Francisco 49ers, Williamson tackled Hollywood and became an...

Minions: The Rise Of Gru Title: Minions: The Rise Of Gru
Year Released: 2022
Running Time: 87
Production Company: Universal Pictures/Home Entertainment
Director: Kyle Balda
Review By: Lana K. Wilson-Combs


The biggest global animated franchise in history adds an all-new laugh-out-loud gru-vy movie is Illumination’s "Minions: The Rise Of Gru."

It’s available to own with over 60 minutes of despicably entertaining bonus features on Digital Aug. 30 and on 4K UHD, Blu-ray and DVD Sept. 6, from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.

Now with even more frolic and fun from the world’s most irresistible Minions, fans get a chance to learn the comedy-filled origin story of how Gru and the Minions became the world’s most villainous team! Jam-packed with exclusive bonus content, this Collector’s Edition includes two all-new mini movies, hilarious outtakes, a how-to draw (& animate) lesson with co-director Brad Ableson and tons of activities the whole family can enjoy.

Long before he becomes the master of evil, Gru is just a 12-year-old boy in 1970s suburbia, plotting to take over the world from his basement. When the infamous supervillain group, the Vicious 6, ousts their leader, Gru attempts to join their ranks but soon finds himself the mortal enemy of the apex of evil. With Gru on the run, the Minions attempt to learn martial arts to help save him, and Gru discovers that even bad guys need a little help from their friends. Packed with the franchise’s signature subversive humor, "Minions: The Rise Of Gru" features more thrilling action than any "Despicable Me" film ever before.

The film is written and directed by Kyle Balda ("Minions," "Despicable Me 3," "The Lorax"), co-directed by Brad Ableson (“Minions Holiday Special”) and Jonathan del Val ("The Secret Life of Pets 2"), and co-written by Matthew Fogel ("The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part") and Brian Lynch ("Minions, The Secret Life of Pets"), starring Steve Carell, Pierre Coffin, Taraji P. Henson, Lucy Lawless, Dolph Lundgren, Danny Trejo, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Julie Andrews, and Alan Arkin. The original score was created by Heitor Pereira.

With the purchase of "Minions Rise of Gru" on disc or digital, fans are eligible to earn points towards digital movies via the Universal All-Access Rewards program. Members can redeem their points for digital movies, swag and more! For registration and details please visit


"Post Modern Minions" (Mini Movie)-- Experience one Minion’s rise and fall as an artistic genius when he sneaks into a 1970’s post-modern art gallery with a fellow Minion and unintentionally creates an explosive new art form that is declared by a snooty art critic as the greatest art he’s ever seen. When the critic moves onto the next new artist, our Minion tries everything to get back in the spotlight, which accidentally leads to his next unexpected career.

"Minions And Monsters" (Mini Movie) -- Follow a newbie Minion as he joins three more experienced Minions in playing a 1970’s fantasy role-playing game. After struggling to gain the skills needed to master the game, the newbie unexpectedly rises to the occasion and saves the day, earning him the magical crown and the appreciation of his buddies.

Gru-vy Animation-- Join Steve Carell and the directors as they take us through the animation process. From Concept Art, through Storyboards and on to the Final Film, with every Gru-vy step in between explained in fun and fascinating detail.

The '70s- Fashion, Food & Funk-- A behind the scenes look at the 1970’s through the lens of "Minions: The Rise of Gru." From fashion to music, cultural phenomenon and back – the cast and filmmakers are bringing the 1970’s to a whole new generation.

Minion Martial Arts-- In this 1970s inspired martial arts movie throwback, we hear from the film’s directors about their inspiration, how they created authenticity in animation, the role the many martial artists in the cast played to bring it to life and how you teach a Minion to fight.

How To Draw (& Animate) With Brad Ableson-- Co-director Brad Ableson shows us how to draw all of our favorite characters.

Lair Flair: Make Your Own Minion Hideout-- The Minions aren’t the only ones who can build a secret lair — now you can, too. (And yours doesn’t have to be built under Gru’s bed).

Super Style Shop-- The Minion uniform of overalls and goggles is timeless. Simple yet functional. But sometimes Minions have a casual day out and can abandon their work attire for something more fashionable. Here’s how you can create fresh new fashion for your Minions.

<b> The Black Phone</B> Title: The Black Phone
Year Released: 2022
Running Time: 103
Production Company: Universal/Blumhouse
Director: Scott Derrickson
Review By: Lana K. Wilson-Combs


Without a doubt, the horror film "The Black Phone" will rank high on my Top 20 Movies List for 2022. The film, which stars a wickedly entertaining Ethan Hawke is directed and co-written by Scott Derrickson who collaborated with Hawke on 2012's "Sinister."

"The Black Phone" is based on the 2004 short story by Stephen King's son, Joe Hill and is set during the 1970s in a suburban, Colorado town. Hawke plays against type as an evil, masked child serial killer known as "The Grabber."

Although "The Black Phone" pays homage to classic horror films like "It" and "Halloween," there is a refreshing and distinctive vibe to it that is far from predictable and every bit of eerie.

"The Grabber" (Hawke) is on the prowl for young boys. He drives a black van with the logo “Abracadabra” on it and goes to schools and parks, hoping to lure his next victim with his magic tricks. This lunatic dresses in garish clothing and carries around black balloons and some kind of spray that makes kids unconscious after he grabs and tosses them inside the van.

Meanwhile, Finney Shaw (Mason Thames, "Evel") and his sister Gwen (Madeleine McGraw, "The Mitchells vs. The Machines" and "A Christmas Wish"), are good, smart kids. Not only do they have to fear "The Grabber," but also their abusive and alcoholic father Terrence (Jeremy Davies, TV's "The Rookie" and "FBI"). Their dad hasn't been the same since their mother died. Now, he finds more comfort in drinking. He is easily agitated by most everything Finney and Gwen do around the house and often yells at them for no good reason. He's quick to use his belt too.

Gwen has a special gift. Not only can she sound off a slew of profanities with the best adult, but she also has these very realistic and vivid dreams that often come true. It's too bad Finney isn't as brave as she is because he's constantly bullied at school.

When Finney's baseball friend Bruce (Tristan Pravong, "Forever and a Day") is the first to go missing, Gwen has a bad feeling. It gets worse as more neighborhood boys disappear including Robin (newcomer, Miguel Cazarez Mora) a karate kid who rescued Finney from getting a beat down and who became his best friend.

Then while walking home, Finney runs into "The Grabber.” He asks Finney if he wants to see a magic trick. Finney starts talking to the guy. No Finney. Don't talk to strangers. Run. Within seconds, “The Grabber” covers him in balloons and throws him in the van.

When Finney awakes, he is in a dark basement with a locked door and barred window. A black dial-up wall phone that is not connected, somehow rings and soon Finney is talking with the "ghosts" of the previous victims. Although they weren't successful, they offer various tips for Finney on how to escape from "The Grabber."

However, all of Finney's attempts at escaping—and he mightily tries nearly everything--initially fail. He’s convinced he’ll never get away even as two of the city's top detectives, Miller (Troy Rudeseal, "Halloween Kills") and Wright (E. Roger Mitchell, "A Jazzman's Blues") are working around the clock to find “The Grabber.” Fortunately, they get a big asset from Gwen who has had a vivid dream that may lead directly to the house where Finney is.

Nearly every minute of this movie is suspenseful. The last 40 minutes are particularly exciting, and the jump-scares are well earned including a head-splitting scene involving a humorous James Ransome ("It Chapter Two") who plays Max, the brother of "The Grabber."

Mason Thames and Madeleine McGraw will get my "Critics Choice Awards" vote for best young actors because they are excellent. However, it is Hawke's ghastly performance that will make you never want to talk to strangers.
(Highly Recommended).

Meat Me Halfway Title: Meat Me Halfway
Year Released: 2021
Running Time: 80
Production Company: Reducetarian Productions
Director: Brian Kateman
Review By: Lana K. Wilson-Combs


“Meat Me Halfway” is a new eye-opening documentary directed and written by Brian Kateman, founder and leader of the Reducetarian Organization. Kateman’s movement takes a guided and practical approach to addressing the harmful effects that eating meat has on people and the planet.

In case you are wondering what "Reducetarianism" is, well, it’s a concept that Kateman--a former vegetarian--crafted that encourages people to not avoid meat entirely, but simply reduce their consumption of it. Kateman believes this a more realistic approach rather than brow-beating people into becoming a strict vegetarian or vegan.

It’s a smaller step, but nevertheless he says is an effective one since people would still be helping to save the environment from increased greenhouse gas emissions and climate change as well as safeguard their health.

However, as Kateman, who is based in New York City discovers during his investigative journey—which leads him to a pig slaughterhouse in Los Angeles and a “ethically raised/slaughter” animal farm in Georgia and several points in between--there are strong and varying viewpoints from meat lovers and vegetarians/vegans.

Kateman is often ridiculed--even by his own skeptical parents--and other meat-eaters for his stance of “eating less meat.” He also angers animal rights activists who believe his position is counterproductive to theirs.

“Meat Me Halfway” features several notable scholars, scientists, doctors, and writers sharing their views on climate change and the cost of eating healthy. Michele Simon who is the founder of the Plant Based Foods Association notes that “taste,” “price” and “convenience” are the three most powerful drivers of food choices. She states that marketing and the environment people live in shapes their everyday food choices.

That’s a big reason why Olympia Auset started SUPRMARKT, the first organic produce pop-up in South Los Angeles to provide fresh and healthy vegetables and fruits to her community. The lack of major grocery stores in black and brown communities is alarming and that needs to change adds Eric Adams, Borough President of Brooklyn New York. Auset and Adams maintain it's important to make healthy food accessible and affordable to everyone.

“Meat Me Halfway” lays it all out there but doesn’t take a stand in the end. Instead, the viewer is left to chew on all the information, draw their own conclusions and make their own decisions. It is a highly informative and well-done documentary.
(Highly Recommended).

"Meat Me Halfway" is available July 20 on VOD and streaming platforms.
Which one of the following TV shows was re-made into a big screen movie and starred Fred "The Hammer" Williamson?
"Starsky & Hutch"
"Charlie's Angels"
"Hawaii Five-O"
JOYRIDE CINEMACON By: Lana K. Wilson-Combs:


The cast of Lionsgate's "Joy Ride" will receive this year's CinemaCon Comedy Ensemble of the Year Awards, Mitch Neuhauser, Managing Director of CinemaCon recently announced.

CinemaCon, the official convention of the National Association of Theater Owners (NATO), will be held April 24-27, 2023, at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

The cast of "Joy Ride" will be presented with this special honor at the Big Screen Achievement Awards Ceremony taking place on the evening of April 27, at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace and hosted by official presenting sponsor The Coca-Cola Company.

Following a raucous and critically acclaimed debut at this year’s SXSW, Lionsgate will bring Adele Lim’s directorial debut "Joy Ride" to the CinemaCon audience on the afternoon of April 27. From the producers of "Neighbors" and the co-screenwriter of "Crazy Rich Asians," "Joy Ride" stars Ashley Park, Sherry Cola, Oscar nominee Stephanie Hsu, and Sabrina Wu as four friends who embark on a once-in-a-lifetime wild and debaucherous international adventure.

The film is set for release in theaters July 7. The screenplay is by Cherry Chevapravatdumrong & Teresa Hsiao, with a story by Cherry Chevapravatdumrong & Teresa Hsiao & Adele Lim. The film is produced Point Grey’s Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, James Weaver, and Josh Fagen, alongside Cherry Chevapravatdumrong, Teresa Hsiao, and Adele Lim.

"The cast of "Joy Ride" delivers a fearless and over-the-top hilarious performance, one that will delight audiences with their hysterical, no-holds-barred journey through friendship and self-discovery," said Neuhauser. "This brilliant group of actors captures the very essence of the messy human experience. We are excited to recognize their outstanding work with this year's CinemaCon Comedy Ensemble of the Year Award and can't wait for audiences to experience their unforgettable adventure."

Tony, Grammy, and Critics Choice Award nominee Ashley Park can most recently be seen in Netflix's hit series "Emily in Paris," with the third season released in December 2022 and a fourth on the way. The actress can next be seen in Netflix's upcoming series "Beef," as well as Hulu's critically acclaimed "Only Murders in the Building." Park graced the big screen in last summer’s "Mr. Malcolm’s List" and can be seen in the Peacock comedy series "Girls 5eva," "Tales of the City" (Netflix), and "Nightcap" (Pop/Lionsgate Television). Park is currently in production on Paramount Pictures’ upcoming "Mean Girls" movie, based on Tina Fey's musical adaptation of the 2004 hit film.

On Broadway, Park originated and starred as Gretchen Wieners in "Mean Girls" in 2018, earning Tony Award, Drama League, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, and Chita Rivera Award nominations. In the same season, she starred in the award-winning KPOP, and won the esteemed Lucille Lortel Award for Lead Actress in a Musical; she also earned her second Drama League and Drama Desk nominations. Additional Broadway credits include "Mamma Mia!", "The King and I", "Sunday in the Park With George" and "Grand Horizons."

Actress, comedian, and writer Sherry Cola began her career with radio, stand-up, and improv. After a breakout role on Amazon’s "I Love Dick," Cola quickly solidified her place in the industry, starring in various critically acclaimed series, such as "Claws" and "Good Trouble." In film, Cola stars in Randall Park's directorial debut "Shortcomings," which made a splash at Sundance 2023 and was recently acquired by Sony Pictures Classics. She will next appear in Netflix's feature film "A Family Affair" and Paramount's animated feature "The Tiger's Apprentice" opposite Sandra Oh.

Oscar nominee Stephanie Hsu was most recently seen in the A24 Oscar winning "Best Picture," "Everything Everywhere All At Once."

Her impressive television credits include a recurring role on the Emmy, and SAG Award-winning Amazon series "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel," a guest-starring role on the Peacock anthology series "Poker Face," and an upcoming guest appearance on the Disney+ series "American Born Chinese."

Hsu recently wrapped production on Universal's "The Fall Guy" alongside fellow cast members Ryan Gosling, Emily Blunt, and Aaron Taylor-Johnson.

Actor, writer, and stand-up comedian Sabrina Wu was selected as one of the New Faces of Comedy at the 2022 Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal. Wu served as a staff writer on the Disney+ series "Doogie Kamealoha M.D." and upcoming series for FX and Netflix. They recently sold their pilot "It Gets Better" to 20th Century Studios.


CinemaCon attracts upwards of 6,000 motion picture professionals from all facets of the industry, from exhibition and distribution, to the equipment and concession areas. They are all on hand to celebrate the movie-going experience and the cinema industry. CinemaCon is delighted to have both the International Cinema Technology Association (ICTA) and National Association of Concessionaires (NAC) as its tradeshow partners. CinemaCon is also thrilled to have The Coca-Cola Company, one of the industry's most highly regarded and respected partners in the world of the movies, as its official presenting sponsor.


The National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO) is the largest exhibition trade organization in the world, representing more than 35,000 movie screens in all 50 states, and more than 32,000 screens in 100 countries worldwide. NATO’s membership includes the largest cinema chains in the world as well as hundreds of independent theatre owners.

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The National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO) will honor Rolando B. Rodriguez, Chairman of NATO and Senior Advisor to The Marcus Corporation and Influx, with the 2023 NATO Marquee Award during this year's CinemaCon.

CinemaCon, the official convention of the National Association of Theater Owners (NATO) will be held April 24-27 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Rodriguez is being recognized by NATO for his unequalled dedication, commitment, and service to the motion picture theatre industry. He will receive the industry's highest tribute as part of CinemaCon's "State of the Industry" program on April 25.

NATO's President & CEO, John Fithian, said of Rodriguez, "Rolando has served NATO and the entire industry through existential challenges over the past few years with strong and strategic leadership. He is tireless in his efforts, thoughtful in execution, and able to incorporate the advice of all exhibitor members, big and small. Rolando has guided me at the twilight of my career at NATO and I will always be grateful for that."

Rodriguez currently serves as Chairman of the National Association of Theatre Owners and Senior Advisor to The Marcus Corporation and Influx. Most recently he was Chairman, President and CEO of Marcus Theatres and Executive Vice President of The Marcus Corporation until October 2022.

Since his tenure began in 2013, Rodriguez oversaw the Marcus Theatres division with 85 locations in 17 states while also leading the corporate-wide real estate and development strategy. Prior to his time at Marcus, Rodriguez worked as a Senior Leader with AMC Theatres for 30 years and as CEO of Rave Cinemas, where he facilitated its turnaround and sale.

At NATO, Rodriguez served previously in many other key leadership roles such as Vice-Chairman, Chairman of the Strategic Planning Committee, co-founder of the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee, Executive Board Member and Advisory Board member.

Rodriguez also serves on the Board of Directors of the Global Cinema Federation, as well as the Children's Wisconsin Board of Directors.

He leads multiple Hispanic initiatives, including serving as the Board Chairman for the Hispanic Collaborative. Rolando has been honored with multiple awards for his leadership including the ShowEast Dan Fellman Leadership Award and the NATO of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan Excellence in Service Award in 2022.

Rodriguez received his BA in Business Management from Eckerd College and an MBA in the Executive Fellows Program at Rockhurst University.

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PETERPANANDWENDY By: Lana K. Wilson-Combs:


"Peter Pan & Wendy,” a live-action reimagining of the J.M. Barrie novel and the 1953 animated classic, will begin streaming April 28 exclusively on Disney+. Check out the teaser trailer and key art for the original movie directed by David Lowery ("The Green Knight," "Pete’s Dragon"), and get ready to experience the timeless adventure featuring the beloved characters like never before.

"Peter Pan & Wendy" introduces Wendy Darling, a young girl afraid to leave her childhood home behind, who meets Peter Pan, a boy who refuses to grow up. Alongside her brothers and a tiny fairy, Tinker Bell, she travels with Peter to the magical world of Neverland. There, she encounters an evil pirate captain, Captain Hook, and embarks on a thrilling and dangerous adventure that will change her life forever.

The film stars Jude Law ("Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore"), Alexander Molony ("The Reluctant Landlord"), Ever Anderson ("Resident Evil: The Final Chapter"), Yara Shahidi ("Grown-ish"), Alyssa Wapanatahk, Joshua Pickering ("A Discovery of Witches"), Jacobi Jupe, Molly Parker ("House of Cards"), Alan Tudyk ("Rogue One: A Star Wars Story"), and Jim Gaffigan ("The Jim Gaffigan Show"). "Peter Pan and Wendy" is directed by David Lowery from a screenplay by David Lowery & Toby Halbrooks ("The Green Knight") based on the novel by J. M. Barrie and the animated film "Peter Pan." The producer is Jim Whitaker ("Pete's Dragon"), with Adam Borba ("A Wrinkle in Time"), Thomas M. Hammel ("Thor: Ragnarok"), and Toby Halbrooks serving as executive producers.

Director/co-writer David Lowery says, "In making 'Peter Pan & Wendy,' we set out to craft a film that honors both the original J.M. Barrie text and Walt Disney's animated adaptation; we wanted to invigorate our retelling with emotional sincerity, an open heart, and a grand yearning for adventure. Hundreds of incredible artists spent many years bringing this film to the screen; I'm excited for audiences to see their work, to go on this ride, and to rediscover an evergreen tale from a new perspective.


Disney+ is the dedicated streaming home for movies and shows from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and National Geographic, along with "The Simpsons" and much more. In select international markets, it also includes the general entertainment content brand, Star. The flagship direct-to-consumer streaming service from The Walt Disney Company, Disney+ offers an ever-growing collection of exclusive originals, including feature-length films, documentaries, live-action and animated series, and short-form content. With unprecedented access to Disney's long history of incredible film and television entertainment, Disney+ is also the exclusive streaming home for the newest releases from The Walt Disney Studios. Disney+ is available as a standalone streaming service, as part of the Disney Bundle in the U.S. that gives subscribers access to Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+, or as part of Combo+ in Latin America with Star+, the standalone general entertainment and sports streaming service in the region. For more, visit, or find the Disney+ app on most mobile and connected TV devices.

Editor's Note: Information used in this report obtained from Disney+