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Fans with visions of X-Men and the Fantastic Four playing in the Marvel Cinematic Universe saw their dreams dashed almost as quickly as they had been inspired earlier this week. Reports that Disney had spoken with 21st Century Fox about acquiring most of the company were quickly followed by reports that the talks were no longer active. That is still the case, but it doesn’t mean Disney and Fox have given up.
David Faber of CNBC, who originally broke the story of this potential deal on Monday, reported earlier today that both sides are still open to the idea of finishing what they started. As Faber puts it, “Pencils aren’t down.” He continued, “”It does appear at the very least that they have not abandoned the idea of that combination.”
We’ve seen Zack Snyder’s friends come out in support of Warner Bros. releasing his original cut of Justice League, but Yahoo caught up with Superman actor Henry Cavill to get his stance, and he just doesn’t see the point and would rather focus on the future.
It’s almost over. Comcast has confirmed reports from earlier this week that the company will not bid again on 21st Century Fox. This means Disney’s $71.3B bid is now unopposed as shareholders get ready to vote on July 27. Comcast issued a statement this morning, confirming their withdrawal from the bidding war.
TITANS follows young heroes from across the DC Universe as they come of age and find belonging in a gritty take on the classic Teen Titans franchise. VIA: Batman News
With comic book and fantasy fare dominating the box office and TV ratings, The Hollywood Reporter gathered producers Shawn Levy (‘Stranger Things’), Salim Akil (‘Black Lightning’), Jason Blum (‘The First Purge’), Jonathan Nolan (‘Westworld’), Melissa Rosenberg (‘Jessica Jones’), Robert Kirkman (‘The Walking Dead’) and Simon Kinberg (the X-Men films) for a thought-provoking discussion about how […]
Marvel Television has confirmed an “exclusive look” at the second season of Iron Fist will be shown during Thursday’s Comic-Con panel. The confirmation came via the Netflix series’ official Twitter account. No holding back. Ballroom 20. 6pm PT tomorrow. #IronFist #SDCC pic.twitter.com/9zBsqBz7aP — Iron Fist (@MarvelIronFist) July 19, 2018
Warner Bros. announced the official title and release date for Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker origin movie today. The movie will be simply called Joker and will hit theaters on October 4, 2019.