The likelihood is that we'll never see the rights to X-Men revert to Marvel, and with the way things are looking Sony's ASM plans would have to completey go to hell for them to relinquish their Spider-Man rights.
When it comes to reverting film rights back to Marvel, the Fantastic Four have a far better chance of finding their way back into Marvel's hands than the others. I'd be more excited to see the Fantastic Four, Surfer, Doom, and Galactus back in the hands of Marvel than Spidey and X-Men right now.
Ah, sorry, didn't pay enough attention there. Still, I think there's as much reason to come to some kind of split-revenue deal now as there would be in 2022. I really don't see this situation coming about, and in many ways it works out better for us to have the rights split in this way.
Anthony Mackie talks about Captain America: The Winter Soldier and the Falcon:
"The Russos, what they did that was so great was, they wanted to stay with live action, which is a dying art form," Mackie said. "If they can build it, they built it. If we could do it, we did it. They wanted to do as little CGI as possible. That's why the movie looks so great."
"The thing about the Falcon is, he has three different incarnations throughout the course of his comic book life, and we went more with the latter of his story lines than the earlier stuff," he said. "I think Marvel kept introducing him because they realized the value of an African America superhero, and they wanted to get it right. He's more of tactical expert than a birdman from Harlem."
I really liked Thor 1. Such a great movie, and my mind was blown when they showed rainbow bridge made from crystals. I never thought Bifrost could be adapted into such shape. And at the end when Thor started to smash it, all the feeeeels.
I asked you a few times in the last topic (months apart) about thread updates and never got responses. After that last time (earlier this week) I decided to ask people if they wanted me to try making an updated one since you had seemingly abandoned it. I got some response so I decided to give it a go and made an updated topic.
Honestly, I don't care whether we continue to use this or go back to yours. I just want to talk about the MCU in a topic that is updated and kept current with the MCU. I am willing to keep it updated, you haven't been so far. If you want to start updating it though then I am more than happy to let you do it. I don't really care. I don't like opening a thread that is ridiculously outdated and doesn't even mention that GotG is an upcoming movie in the OP, that's all.
Mods can merge the threads if they want, like I said, I am not trying to start some war lol. I just wanted an updated place to talk about the MCU.
On Topic: I am more than happy with Pegg as Rocket if it comes down to that, though somehow i don't think that's happening. My guess is Pegg will have some sort of supporting role in Ant Man though.
Well a couple of weeks ago Vin Diesel was standing in front of an Avengers picture and he has since been confirmed as voicing Groot, who isn't related to The Avengers at all.
So it probably just indicates he was at Marvel Studios. Considering he is best buds with Edgar Wright though I wouldn't really be surprised if he shows up in Ant Man somehow. I don't think he will be Pym.