Walt Disney (DIS 0.77%) delighted geeks everywhere this week by announcing official plans to make The Incredibles 2. Will it outdo Cars 3? Can it rival Disney's live-action Marvel movies? Veronica Mars opened well for distribution partner Time Warner (TWX). Can we expect more crowd-funded movies to be kicked up to the big screen? And what about Sony's (SONY -0.92%) Morpheus virtual reality headset for PlayStation? Can it rival Oculus Rift, which thrilled audiences at CES? Ellen Bowman, Nathan Alderman, and Tim Beyers have these stories and more in this week's episode of 1-Up on Wall Street!
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