BBC:  Disney has promised to continue making films and TV shows with “an increased commitment” to diversity in its output, according to its boss Bob Chapek.
 “We want to represent our audience,” he said at a meeting for the company’s shareholders this week.
 “We want to tell stories that our audience wants to hear, that reflects their lives.”
 He was responding to a question about LGBT characters in their films and pride events at theme parks.
 There will be a transgender character in a future Marvel film, and upcoming superhero movie The Eternals will introduce Marvel’s first openly gay lead character to cinema screens.  Marvel Studios is owned by Disney. There has been some criticism recently after Disney moved the Love, Simon spin-off series from the Disney+ streaming service to Hulu, which it also owns.
Called Love, Victor, the show is a based on the film and is about a teenage boy who comes out as gay at high school.
Variety reported that it wouldn’t fit in with “family-friendly” shows on Disney+.