The man on the left is William Fox, the founder of the Fox film empire. The man in the middle is Rupert Murdoch, the man who is really responsible for ending that empire as we know it because his more concerned with Fox News and sports channels. The man on the right is ex-Disney boss Bob Iger, who helped Murdoch end the Fox Empire as we knew them. It seems Iger was more interested in getting Fox for the Marvel rights and perhaps even Star Wars than cherish Twentieth Century's storied movie history. For those that were more interested in the Disney-Fox merger because you wanted to see Wolverine hang-out with Captain America, shame on you! Cherishing the storied history of what was the 3rd oldest major movie empire (#2 is Paramount after Universal). As I often say, "Shame on Rupert Murdoch for selling off most of the Fox Empire, for the USDOJ permitting a semi-monopoly, and Disney for buying. 1000s of lay-offs are not worth it. Uncle Walt and film producer William Fox would not approve of this merger." Let this sink in: Without Mr. Fox, we essentially would no Disney. That is, if he had not gotten the distribution rights to the first dino-centric movie, "Gertie the Dinosaur", we would not really have the first animated character with a personality. Gertie and creator WInsor McCay really influenced Disney. Take those 2 and Fox away and the Disney Empire would basically have never existed. As Walt heavily influenced Osamu Tezuka, without Fox and McCay we might not have had the modern aesthetics of anime as we know it. So, March 19/20, 2019 truly marked the end of an era. The end of the Fox Empire as we knew them. Photos are from their respective Wikipedia pages.