The entertainment giant today christened its fourth cruise ship: Disney Fantasy. The 130,000-ton vessel with 1,250 staterooms is the company’s largest. Iger tells CNBC that the ship, which makes its first voyage at the end of the month, should take 10 months to start contributing to profits. He wouldn’t make a similar forecast about the prospects for his studio’s big-budget bet on the upcoming film John Carter:
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