Super Tuesday Recap – Marvel Character Movie Rights


Well we finally did it. Tired of constantly having to answer questions about Marvel Character Movie rights, Dpalm & Kriss put together a Super Tuesday Recap that should clarify everything. First we talk about how we got "here". What caused Marvel to sell their film rights, why they had to and just how bad the deals are. We thing talk about each of the major studios (Fox, Sony & Marvel Studios) and what characters they do and don't own. We also cover the complications like Quicksilver & Scarlet Witch, Namor and what's going on with the Hulk. If you or anyone you know have questions about movie rights, this is the episode to listen to.

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    stephen abbott 28 May, 2016 at 14:34 Reply

    Could Marvel being building to a point of doing the illuminati with Panther, Dr stange, maybe Namor? Maybe iron man instead of reed richards.

    • Charles (Kriss)
      Kriss 28 May, 2016 at 17:29 Reply

      I think so but I think we’ll see them hold out for Reed. I’ve been reading so much more FF4 now thanks to Hickman and Reed is such an important piece to something like the Illuminati. Sure they could replace him but Reed is such a unique intellect that I think it needs to be him

      Now having said that, I really do think FF4 will come home to Marvel soon

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    Keith Robinson 17 December, 2017 at 11:58 Reply

    Now that Marvel has the fantastic four and the X-Men will they integrate them into the current MCU or set up a separate MCU that includes just the two franchises. It would seem that trying to integrate them into the current MCU would be next to impossible given the time and number of related movies in the current MCU. It seems like saying hey let’s combine the MCU and DCU. A writers nightmare.

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