Disney CEO Admits Disney+ Content Did Damage To Marvel Studios And Pixar

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is an ever expanding place that has become a powerful force in the entertainment industry over the last decade and change. On top of the highly anticipated upcoming Marvel movies, the property has also included live-action TV shows over the last few years. While this has helped give new characters the spotlight, Disney’s CEO recently admitted that the Disney+ content did damage to Marvel Studios as well as Pixar.

Bob Iger is the man behind the House of Mouse, and recently got honest about the strategy of releasing MCU content on Disney+. Specifically the various live-action shows that have been rolled out over the last few years. While speaking with CNBC’s Squawk Box (via The Wrap), Iger got honest about the negative effect of shows like "The Falcon and The Winter Soldier."