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Today we talking about Disney (DIS).

On May 14th, Disney stopped printing Disney Dollars.

They first went into circulation in 1987.

They will still be accepted as currency on Disney cruise ships and at Disney parks.

Monday Netflix announced that they will be starting to show exclusive Disney content starting in September.

Check out our Netflix video we filmed earlier this week for details.

It is estimated that Netflix will be paying Disney $300 million dollars a year for the exclusive streaming rights.

I wonder if Reed Hastings will pay Bob Iger $300 million in Disney Dollars!

This weekend Alice and the Looking Glass comes out.

6 years ago Alice in Wonderland made over $1 billion gross worldwide.

But the X-Men: Apocalypse will be competition at the box office.

A better box office bet for Disney would appear to be Finding Dory.

Ellen DeGeneres has been pleading on the Ellen Show for Disney to do a sequel to Finding Nemo for, like, forever.

Andrew Stanton is the writer and director.

Just like he was for Finding Nemo.

The movie takes place 6 months after Finding Nemo.

Fun Fact: Andrew Stanton is the voice of Crush the Turtle.

Finding Dory hits theaters June 17th.

Which is one day after Shangai Disneyland opens.

Construction began 5 years ago.

It will cost $76 to go on peak days.

And $56 to go on off-peak days.

300 million people will be able to commute to the park within 3-1/2 hours.

To help put that into perspective.

It would be like everyone in America would be able to go to Orlando within 3-1/2 hours.

As you can see, the target audience in Shangai is massive.

These events should lead to more dollars to Disney’s bottom line.

And hopefully help propel Disney’s stock to hit $105 by the end of June.

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