Dinsey will making a reboot of the famous films Home Alone and Night At the Museum for their own TV streaming service which is said to challenge Netlfix. Disney had accquried the rights of these two films when they were taking over the 21st Century Fox.

Chief executive of Disney Bob Iger made a statement saying “focused on leveraging Fox’s vast library of great titles… for example reimagining Home Alone, Night at the Museum, Cheaper by the Dozen, and Diary of a Wimpy Kid for a new generation on Disney+, nothing is more important to us than getting this right.”

The three home alone films that released together had earned a whopping of 914 million Dollars in the 1990’s at the global box office. The 1990 original casted Macaulay Caulkin who gets left behind at his home as his family goes on vacation leaving him home alone and then he fights off the robbers.

The actor tweeted on Wednesday saying “Hey Disney Call Me.”

And then we have Ben Stiller’s night at the museum franchise, which had a total of three films and it grossed over 1.35 Billion dollars worldwide. Both the movie franchises will be part of Disney+ TV service. Disney also own Marvel and recently Marvel had announced some upcoming films at the San Diego Comic Con. Bob Iger also said that fox studios, X-Man, Deadpool and fantastic four will all be coming under Marvel.

Looks like Disney will be making a big entry in the Television Service.

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