Yes, have some.
- Jul 13, 2003
And the Young Avenger rumors persist .Three more production companies were formed: Standoffish Productions, Log Jam Productions, and Blueberry Waffles Productions -- leading to more Young Avengers speculation.
Well, it is Disney not Paramount.It'd be kind of funny if we get the Young Avengers before we get a main Avengers team again .
11/8: Solve Everything? Wasn't that the comic that introduced the Council of Reeds, lol.Well, it is Disney not Paramount.
Take with grain of salt, but aforementioned scooper suggest Marvel has the FF on the fast track. Which makes sense. Honestly, just hope they do it well and make Papas Stan and Jack proud.
May be Marvel under "Grass-Fed Productions" and "Solve Everything Productions".
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CONFIRMED: Solve Everything a Marvel Studios Property; 'FANTASTIC FOUR' Likely a Go - Murphy's Multiverse -This update won’t come as much of a surprise to anyone, but since we first reported on Grass-Fed Productions and Solve Everything Productions, the latter of which we firmly believe to be associated with the Marvel Studios Fantastic Four project, it does seem appropriate to follow up. When we...www.murphysmultiverse.com
I guess it might be too soon for Phase 5, but maybe some new Disney+ MCU shows...
I remember Nova and Power Pack were possibilities according to Feige. We'll find out. I just think they might want to finish this Cosmic faction before getting into the Supernatural.
That's pretty wild considering all the date shifts, figured they wanted to keep the other stuff in their pocket. But yeah, I'd guess Phase 5 and square the order of titles like Blade and what not and maybe a few more Disney+ titles like what the name of the Fury one is or maybe even confirm a Loki season 2.
I'll try to appear disinterested so that I'm surprised if we get any actual announcements, and not disappointed if we don't.
So basically "let's be more above board about this than Warner Bros." .Reportedly, Disney is considering adding an extra clause in contracts as a precaution if a dual theater-streaming model gets adopted. Marvel Studios is reportedly exploring new contract negotiations that would outline both theatrical and streaming compensation plans for MCU films for key cast and crew members.