These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell.
"Beauty and the Beast" helped the studio segment beat expectations, but the cable business disappointed on operating income.
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CNBC's Mike Santoli weighs in Disney's earnings and Bob Iger's confidence in ESPN.
"I'm not spending much time thinking about what I'm going to do next," Iger told CNBC.
Bob Iger, Walt Disney Chairman & CEO, talks with CNBC's Julia Boorstin ahead of Disney's earnings call about ESPN.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on quarterly earnings for Walt Disney, which missed on revenues.
Doug Creutz, Cowen & Co. analyst, and Cole Smead, Smead Capital Management and Disney shareholder, look ahead to Disney's quarterly earnings and what the media company may do with its ESPN and ABC assets.
UBS analyst Steven Milunovich wrote in a note to clients Tuesday that he thinks Apple should keep its focus on the customer, not the shareholder.
The "Fast Money Halftime Report" traders discuss buying Disney stock ahead of its earnings report.
Full interview with Disney CEO Bob Iger.
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Steven Milunovich expects Apple to "think different" when it makes an acquisition, and that means not buying Netflix or Disney.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a flat to slightly higher open Tuesday, with investors gearing up for a slew of earnings and data.
"Obviously, ESPN is exposed. We're getting a lot more 'cord cutters' and 'cord nevers,'" Tuna Amobi tells CNBC.
Tuna Amobi, CFRA Research senior analyst, shares his expectation on Disney's quarterly results, as ESPN struggles and competition for cord-cutters heats up.
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Marvel Studios' 'Guardians of the Galaxy' return to theaters three years after surprising box office watchers with a record opening.
Jim Cramer explained the external pressure causing this consumer goods play to crumple.