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Is George Lucas (via Lucasfilm Ltd.) still getting paid for new Star Wars movies and TV shows made by Disney?

According to this 2021 article from iPleaders, and as other answers have mentioned, he is gaining compensation through Disney shares. But this article breaks down a lot about the trademark situation ...
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Did Disney's Mulan (1998) invent the "You bow to no one" moment?

The scene in the Lord of the Rings movie is based on a similar scene in the book, so it predates Mulan by about 50–60 years.
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Were the musicians in Disney's Princess and the Frog part of a funeral procession?

This appears to be a troupe of musicians practicing for Mardi Gras. There's no indication that it's a funeral procession. From the official novelisation. Tiana looked out the window. It was close to ...
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Is George Lucas (via Lucasfilm Ltd.) still getting paid for new Star Wars movies and TV shows made by Disney?

So my question is, is George Lucas still getting paid for new Star Wars movies and TV shows done by Disney? Paid? Maybe. But he doesn't need to, and contracts with Disney have NDA that will most ...
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Is George Lucas (via Lucasfilm Ltd.) still getting paid for new Star Wars movies and TV shows made by Disney?

He's probably making some money from the franchise still. It should be noted that didn't just sell the rights to Star Wars, he sold LucasFilm for $4 billion. But a bunch of that was stock in Disney ...
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Did Disney's Mulan (1998) invent the "You bow to no one" moment?

Disney’s Mulan didn’t invent it, but apparently is now known as the “Kneel Before Frodo” trope according to the website TV Tropes; bold emphasis is mine. In many stories involving royalty (but ...
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