Cast and crew attend the European premiere to celebrate the release of Disney's “Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar's Revenge” at Disneyland Paris on May 14. (Kristy Sparow/Getty Images for Disney)

Even as many businesses are worried about hackers taking control of their computers as part of the worldwide WannaCry ransomware crisis, Disney may be facing a slightly different ransom situation of its own.

Hackers claim to have obtained a copy of an upcoming Disney film and are threatening to release more and more snippets of it unless the company pays a “huge sum” of bitcoins, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Citing remarks that chief executive Bob Iger made to employees Monday, THR reports that Disney's list of coming movies include the latest entry in the “Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise, and “Cars 3.” The company is reportedly refusing to pay.

A spokesman for Disney declined to comment. But the report marks the latest attempt by hackers to wring Hollywood for cash. It comes two weeks after Netflix confirmed that hackers were responsible for leaking new episodes of its hit series, “Orange Is the New Black.”

It is unclear how much the hackers demanded of Netflix, but the company refused to pay.