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Disney roundup: Old content with legs, new content from the U.K.

  • Disney (DIS) greenlights its largest production ever in the U.K. with a four-part mystery called Evermoor aimed for the Disney Channel. The company's EMEA unit will handle the production in a switch from the norm for the Disney Channel.
  • The Lion King ended 2013 as the top-selling show on Broadway in a remarkable feat for a production which has been around for 16 years.
  • Frozen set an opening weekend record for Disney in Japan with a $9.6M haul. The movie tripled up what The Hobbitt: The Desolation of Smaug earned when it debuted earlier this month.
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