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axia777 5/27/2013 11:59:14 AM

I would also like to point out that people are forgetting the most massive of cross overs since Civil War and House of M, The Avengers VS The X-Men.  The series was awesome and proves my point even more.

BunyonSnipe 5/27/2013 4:57:13 PM

Wolverine has had his own book for over 20 years, most X-Men characters have not...

Higgy 5/27/2013 5:29:16 PM

Wolverine was the exception.  He had his hands in everything.

Axia, we're talking more overall then the last 10 years.  The last 10 -15 years have really brought the X-Men into the rest of the Marvel universe.  But before that they were just outcasts.

Still...hate Fox.  And I don't understand why they were given such ultimate rights over their characters.  Marvel was dumb not to have some kind of clause put in.  And I find it really stupid that they can't use the word mutant.  That's the dumbest thing ever.  The whole Magneto thing with Quicksilver and SW I can understand, but the word mutant.  That's just dumb.  I hate Fox.  If I knew boycotting their movies would work to revert the rights back I would do it.

toran 5/27/2013 5:32:22 PM

Axia, without a doubt the xmen have intereacted with the other non mutant heroes. The thing is there has always been a certain divide between mutant and non mutant heroes in that mutants are persecuted for what they are, non mutants are not.

This is the reason why I like that the xmen world and the rest of the marvel universe are seperate. In the xmen movie world there are lots superhumans in the form of mutants which explains the mistrust and paranoia. In the Marvel movie universe superhumans are rare which is  why they are beloved and admired by the public. Merging these two worlds in a way that would make sense would not be easy.

And lets be honest here. The most prominent reasons for bringing the xmen into the marvel movie fold is so:

1. Wolverine can fight the Hulk.

2. Wolverine can join the Avengers

3. Wolverine can have a WW II movie with Captain America (notice a pattern here?)

 

 

MrJawbreakingEquilibrium 5/27/2013 11:04:21 PM

 And like I mentioned before. The more movies Marvel has under their banner the less superhero movies are going to be made. I just want good superhero movies. I couldn't care less if they crossover or not.

Wiseguy 5/28/2013 5:38:43 AM

Higgy yeah I agree but Fox made the deal when Marvel was coming out of bankruptcy, they were lucky to have caught them at a time of weakness.

The saddest part is that everytime I read something on it the deal seems to be in perpetuity as long as Fox keeps making movies.

But then again we can just look at it as glass half full.....1/4 full?...1/8?....1/16?
 

ElBaz13 5/28/2013 6:42:42 AM

@Mrjawbreaking

Yes and no. As I said, if Disney would acquire back X-men rights and assign it to another motion picture division, we would still probably get as many X-men movies as the MCU ones.

Lucasfilm still exists within Disney right? So does Pixar.

The X-men movies can than be rebooted and still be in their seperate universe but Marvel/Disney could still be there for quality control. And at the same time, have access to the Wolverine character if needed in some of the future MCU movies. Plus there wouldn't be an issues with Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch.

 

Wiseguy 5/28/2013 6:57:15 AM

ElBaz that would be cool but I just don't see that happening. I think they would all go back to Marvel Studios proper.

I mean they returned DD, GR, Punisher and Blade back to Marvel and those if any may be better off off the Marvel and Disney label and under Touchstone which tends to deal with the more mature Disney productions.

 

MrJawbreakingEquilibrium 5/28/2013 7:20:33 AM

 And it's still their own money that they'd be using and risking. And I don't see them wanting to oversaturate the market with their own characters.

nemesis1_57 5/28/2013 7:58:05 AM

Three days late but whos counting

 

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