Disney, the studio behind animated hits Frozen and the Lion King, will film its first ever British live action film called "Evermoor" in the UK.
The mystery adventure will follow American teenager Tara Bailey as she moves to a beautiful but isolated village on the edge of eerie moors in the middle England.
The four-part film is the first ever live action film Disney have shot in Britain and begins with Tara and her siblings trying to adjust to their new home.
But they are soon faced with danger and have to unite to save their new home and family's start in England.
The film is set to be aired in 160 countries across the world from autumn this year.
Disney's Frozen has won the Oscar for Best Animated Film.
Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey has been nominated for a position on the board of the Walt Disney company, the firm announced.
Dorsey, who is also CEO of fast-growing payments start-up Square, will be by far the media conglomerate's youngest board member if elected at Disney's annual meeting on March 18th.
The 36-year-old, who sent the company's first tweet in 2006 - "just setting up my twttr" - spent the past few years moulding San Francisco-based Square into a billion-dollar payments company.
In November, Twitter's initial public offering valued Dorsey's 4.9% percent stake in the messaging service at about $1 billion (£0.61bn).
Lee Thompson Young's manager has confirmed that the actor took his own life in a statement obtained by NBC News.
It is with great sadness that I announce that Lee Thompson Young tragically took his own life this morning.
Lee was more than just a brilliant young actor, he was a wonderful and gentle soul who will truly be missed. We ask that you please respect the privacy of his family and friends at this very difficult time.
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Former Disney star Lee Thompson Young has died aged 29.
Young best known for his lead role in the 1990s series The Famous Jett Jackson:
Credit: The Famous Jett Jackson/ Disney Channel Original Productions
Former Disney star Lee Thompson Young, best known for his lead role in the 1990s series The Famous Jett Jackson, has died in Los Angeles, a police spokeswoman said, he was 29.
Young was found dead by police at his home in the North Hollywood area of the city early on Monday, after colleagues on the TNT cable drama series Rizzoli & Isles called authorities to say he had not turn up for work, Sergeant Jerretta Sandoz said.
The actor most recently starred as Detective Barry Frost on Rizzoli & Isles.
A Disneyland employee has been charged with possessing a destructive device, two days after a small explosion in a rubbish bin prompted the evacuation of the Mickey's Toontown section of the Walt Disney Co California theme park, prosecutors said.
Christian Barnes, 22, faces up to six years in prison if he is convicted.
Mark Hamill has told Entertainment Tonight that he is 'intrigued' by the new trilogy announced last October and confirmed he talking to LucasFilms about reprising his character Luke Skywalker in the new films.
Hamill, 61, said; "George [Lucas] wanted to know whether we'd be interested. He did say that if we didn't want to do it, they wouldn't cast another actor in our parts – they would write us out."
Although the star did say he had yet to sign any contracts.
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