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By Alex SennichBy Alex SennettThe Hollywood ReporterThe latest news in the film industryThe film industry was rocked by the passing of Marvel’s Stan Lee and Disney’s Bob Iger on Sunday.
Both men were remembered for their impact on Hollywood and the film world, and their impact was felt in many different ways.
Lee, who was a longtime collaborator with Marvel, was also known for his passion for the industry.
Lee was also a pioneer in the production of comic books, having begun work on Superman, and the work was later followed by Marvel’s Avengers.
The passing of Lee and Iger is a blow to the industry, and they will be missed by many.
However, they were not the only people who were impacted.
Disney also passed on longtime friend and producer Charlie Kaufman, who helped the studio grow into a global powerhouse.
Iger’s death was not surprising, as he was one of the founders of the animation industry, the industry that has since spawned Pixar, Disney Animation Studios, and Lucasfilm.
Kaufman, however, was one who could be credited with helping usher in a new era of animation.
He began his career as a producer and director on the popular Disney animated series Mulan, and also worked on many films like The Jungle Book and Mulan: Return to the Jungle.
He was also the man who created the character of the villainous King Louie.
Kauffmans passing leaves a gaping hole in the Disney animation business.
Disney and Pixar are still a formidable force in the industry and will likely continue to have a strong presence in the entertainment industry.
The news is a setback to many of the artists who worked so hard to make this industry what it is today.
For many in the animation community, the passing was heartbreaking.
The community rallied behind the Kaufman family to help them in their time of need, and it’s been a privilege to witness their legacy.
As we celebrate the passing, we also need to honor the legacy of our artists who are still in the business today.
There’s no question that their contributions to our industry are far from over, and there are still plenty of talented artists to be discovered.
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