For a brief moment in time, the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) seemed like it was in trouble. This is because due to an inability to negotiate a deal, both Sony and Marvel announced that they would no longer be working together, meaning that the third Spider-Man film would not be part of the MCU.
With Disney now owning Fox, they have brought some of the Marvel movie rights back home. This leaves Sony as one of the few remaining companies to own the movie rights to some Marvel franchises, most notably characters from the Spider-Man universe.
Many have been wondering about the fate of the Deadpool franchise ever since Disney acquired Fox. This is because of Disney’s approach of movies in which they try to keep them as family-friendly as possible to cater to a larger audience, and obviously Deadpool is not your family-friendly movie.
With Sony pretty much owning the movie rights to Spider-Man and all things Spider-Man related, many did wonder if Tom Holland’s Spider-Man could potentially star in Sony’s Venom movie. After all, both characters have clashed countless times in the comics and once in the movies.
Disney+ will be launching next month and we’re sure that are many are excited for it. After all, a lot of us grew up watching Disney shows as well as the other brands that Disney has under its umbrella, like Marvel and Star Wars. That being said, if you’re skeptical about whether or not to sign up for the service because you’re not sure what to expect, Disney is here […]
One of the selling points of the upcoming Disney Plus subscription is that it is expected to play home to quite a few original live-action TV shows based on various Marvel characters. However, if you have been skeptical about their success, especially based on previous and current series, you might not have anything to worry about.
Last month, it seemed that following a historic deal and a ton of success, Sony and Disney could not come to a new agreement regarding Spider-Man and his involvement in the MCU. This eventually led to Sony essentially getting up from the negotiations table and saying that they were done.
Disney+ is currently slated for a launch in November, but it seems that for some living in the Netherlands, the service has gone live in the region. The good news is that thanks to the service going live in the form of a trial version of the service, we have an idea of some of the content that we can look forward to, such as classic Marvel animated series from […]
At IFA 2019, Garmin unveiled new smartwatches like the Garmin Venu GPS smartwatch. However, if you wanted something a little more superhero-y, you’re in luck because in addition to the smartwatches announced at IFA, Garmin has also taken the wraps off the Legacy Hero series of smartwatches.
Late last month, it was revealed that despite the initial success of Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far From Home, Sony and Disney/Marvel could not come to an agreement regarding the licensing of the Spider-Man franchise. It seems that Disney had demanded a much bigger cut than Sony was willing to give, and as such, Sony decided to walk away from the deal.
In the past, we have seen Lenovo team up with Disney to launch the Star Wars: Jedi Challenge which allowed gamers to take on the role of a Jedi where through the use of augmented reality (AR) and the Mirage AR headset, it created an immersive gaming experience. Now it looks like Lenovo and Disney’s partnership will be extending to Marvel.
While many of us would be hard-pressed to imagine anyone else playing the role of Tony Stark aka Iron Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, did you know that at one point in time, it was reported that Tom Cruise had actually wanted to play that character? Neither Cruise nor Marvel have confirmed if those reports are true, but in case you’re wondering how that will turn out, you’re in […]
We know that Disney+ will be playing home to a bunch of Marvel shows, some of which were announced at the San Diego Comic-Con not too long ago. However, it turns out that it might have only been the tip of the iceberg because during Disney’s D23 event, the company has confirmed more Marvel shows that will be launching on the platform.
As some of you might have heard, discussions between Sony and Disney over the Spider-Man franchise have fallen apart, resulting in Spider-Man more likely than not to leave the MCU. We’re sure many are wondering how the franchise will be moving forwards, but as it turns out, it will soldier on just fine.