It's time to be Disney right now; the giant of entertainment has just bought Fox and is about to swallow Hulu, his live action movies and animation properties continue to flourish, and the franchise of Marvel movies has never been more lucrative, with Avengers: Endgame  not only as the culmination of an incredibly ambitious film and marketing stage, but also a smashing record of the left and right boxes.
This is for Variety which shows that Mouse House is actually celebrating its record winnings and monocultural dominion in the most American way: By throwing out the whole group of these dead employees who helped curb. No specific details have been published on which jobs will be lost, but Variety notes that this latest wave will probably include a number of people in the distribution and marketing teams of films, Endgame was everywhere during the month or so until the beginning of his release, and who probably contributed to his success.
This, of course, is all the guilt of Fox's great focus; after launching a whole bunch of Fox executions (and shutting down its Fox 2000 branch) as early as March, the ever-absorbing entertainment galley now eliminates unnecessary jobs that can run up to 4,000 jobs. Disney earlier promised to win $ 2 billion in "synergy savings" as a consequence of the merger, a robot-capitalist who talks about "clearing his desk, Bev, we bought you a new one for Christmas."