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Euro Disney has agreed a one billion euro bail-out deal as it struggles to recover following the economic downturn.
The Paris themepark, which is 40% owned by the Walt Disney Company, has seen visitor numbers drop by 700,000 to 14.9 million.
Its parent company is set to inject one billion euros into the business as part of a deal which include eliminating 600 million euros in debt.
Euro Disney opened in 1992 and has since welcomed more than 275 million visitors.
A US judge has granted final approval to a $20 million settlement involving Intuit and Walt Disney Co's Lucasfilm and Pixar units in a widely watched lawsuit over hiring in Silicon Valley.
The ruling came from US District Judge Lucy Koh in San Jose, California. Four other companies, including Apple and Google, agreed to pay a combined $324 million to resolve similar allegations of hiring collusion. Koh has not yet ruled on that larger settlement.
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.