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James Taylor 2017-05-08
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p In the past week, Marvel Studios released a new movie, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.

2, and Marvel TV released trailers for three new TV shows: The Defenders, Runaways, and Inhumans.

At one point, those last two were actually film ideas themselves.

Which brings up the age-old question—what’s up with all this?

Will Marvel TV and Marvel Studios ever cross over?

In the past, Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige has said that the timelines for making TV and movies are too different for that to be feasible.

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Donny Stiteler 2018-04-30
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"Avengers: Infinity War" did better than its $250 million record-breaking weekend estimates.

Disney reports the official weekend numbers for the movie at $258.2 million.

That includes a record-breaking $69.2 million Sunday take.

Things just keep getting better for “Avengers: Infinity War.”

After Disney released estimates on Sunday that its latest movie from Marvel Studios took in $250 million to become the biggest opening weekend movie of all time domestically, it looks like the studio was being modest.

Final numbers posted on Monday indicate that the movie took in $258.2 million, according to boxofficepro.com.

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Timothy Corn 2018-04-19
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Earlier this month, OnePlus India posted a teaser video dropping hints about its partnership with Marvel Studios for the Avengers: Infinity War.

Most of us sensed an Avenger themed OnePlus 6 incoming, but there was no confirmation from the brand’s end.

On Thursday, the company has given a bigger clue in a media note.

The note mentions OnePlus’ partnership with Marvel Studios to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Marvel studios.

Also, the company will introduce a OnePlus 6 model themed on the Avengers: Infinity War movie, releasing on 27th April.

To recall, OnePlus and Disney partnered to launch the OnePlus 5T Star Wars Limited Edition in December 2017.

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DISNEY vs MARVEL STUDIOS who makes more money

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Frederick Jones 2019-03-14
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Marvel Studios apologized on Thursday for leaving Danai Gurira's name off of its new "Avengers: Endgame" poster.

It tweeted a new version of the poster with her name at the top on Thursday, and said "she should have been up there all this time."

After facing criticism, Marvel Studios apologized Thursday for originally leaving actress Danai Gurira's name off of the top of the latest "Avengers: Endgame" poster.

Marvel Studios tweeted a new version of the poster on Thursday, now with Gurira's name added to the top of it.

The new poster is below.

The original poster sparked criticism because Gurira was the only person featured prominently on the poster whose name did not appear at the top.

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Jermaine Dusenbery 2019-07-21
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Saturday's wild unveiling of the Marvel Cinematic Universe's Phase 4 at San Diego Comic-Con 2019 might have been your first time hearing about he Eternals -- set for release Nov. 6, 2020.

They're the next superpowered group to join the MCU and Marvel Studios sure has assembled a superpowered cast to get everyone interested in this cinematic debut.

Marvel Studios head honcho Kevin Feige introduced the cast and director Chloe Zhao at the Marvel Studios panel.

Her previous film, The Rider, got a score of 92 on CNET sister site Metacritic.

But it's also a naturalistic indie film, a far cry from the effects-driven banging and crashing of a Marvel movie.

She'll no doubt bring a cool sensibility to the Eternals.

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Billy Clark 2019-07-21
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Marvel has confirmed an Eternals film will be a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe's Phase 4 during the Marvel Studios panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2019 on Saturday.

The film will star Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayek, Don Lee, Lia McHugh, Kumail Nanjiani, Brian Tyree Henry, Lauren Ridloff and Richard Madden.

The cast took the stage soon after Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige confirmed the film.

Eternals is set for release Nov. 6, 2020.

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Michael Morehead 2018-06-19
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Marvel Studios is not expected to have a big movie presence at San Diego Comic-Con this year, but Marvel's TV shows could be getting a bigger spotlight instead.

Marvel's Iron Fist is reportedly going to have a panel, featuring star Finn Jones along with other cast and crew in order to promote the Netflix show's second season, according to Deadline.

The outlet also reports that there is a possibility that other Marvel shows on Netflix could be getting announcements, including The Punisher's second season and Daredevil's third season.

CNET has reached out to Netflix and Marvel Studios to confirm, and did not immediately hear back.

Marvel Studios is not having a large Hall H panel this year, where it historically makes big reveals for its movies.

Last year, Marvel gave fans an early look at Avengers: Infinity War months before an official trailer was made widely available.

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Bessie Scavotto 2019-07-21
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"Avengers: Endgame" is expected to dethrone "Avatar" as the highest-grossing movie of all time by the end of the weekend, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige said on Saturday.

Disney, which owns Marvel Studios, owns the "Avatar" franchise after the Fox merger and is releasing four sequels in the coming years.

Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

"Avengers: Endgame" is expected to surpass James Cameron's "Avatar" this weekend and snag the record for the biggest global box-office gross of all time, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige announced on Saturday at San Diego Comic-Con.

"Avatar" held the record for a decade with $2.79 billion, and it seemed out of "Endgame's" reach before Disney rereleased the movie last month.

"Endgame" was only $500,000 behind "Avatar" as of Friday, and will top it by the end of the weekend, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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William Franklin 2019-07-22
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San Diego Comic-Con’s Marvel Studios panel was almost too much, with huge reveal after huge reveal about Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Two of the biggest announcements to come out it were Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) becoming the new Thor, and Mahershala Ali joining the MCU as Blade.

We talked with Marvel Studios Kevin Feige about how this all came about, how long these parts were in the works, and how Ali himself pitched Marvel Studios exactly what it wanted.

During a red carpet event following the Marvel panel, we asked Feige to tell us how he managed to get Portman and Ali into the next phase of the MCU.

In the video above, he shared that these plans have been in the works for a long time, kept under total secrecy, to his surprise.

For Portman, they continued to stay in touch and gauge her interest in coming back.

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Alexa Martin 2020-01-22
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Patrick Stewart stated he had a meeting with Marvel Studios and Kevin Feige regarding the X-Men films; however, is not intending to make a return to play for Professor X in the movie.

Together with Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart has the Guianese world record for the most prolonged occupation of a live-action superhero in Marvel, having portrayed as telepath Charles Xavier as well as the X-Men’s head for 17 years.Read Full Article Here - Patrick Stewart Meets Marvel Studios for X-Men Movies

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Donny Stiteler 2021-01-11
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The movie won't start shooting this year, Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige told Collider.
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William Mulcahy 2019-07-15
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Marvel Studios has announced its We Love You 3000 tour, which will kick off at San Diego Comic Con this month to celebrate the in-home release of Avengers: Endgame.

Billing the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) as the "single most successful franchise in film history," Marvel said the summer tour will hit nine cities across the US, finishing up at Disney's D23 Expo in August.

After Comic Con on July 20, the tour will visit Funko Fan Experience in Seattle on July 30, a Giants Game at Oracle Park in San Francisco on Aug. 8, three Best Buy in-store events simultaneously in Chicago, Torrance and Miami on Aug. 13 and two more Best Buy events in Minneapolis on Aug. 14 and Cleveland on Aug. 20.

Lastly, it will culminate at D23 in Anaheim, California, on Aug. 23-25.

While Marvel Studios doesn't yet specify who exactly will be there, each event will see "special guests from Marvel Studios and the MCU."

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Jesse Rodriguez 2018-12-27
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Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige said on Variety's "Playback" podcast on Thursday that he could be approved to develop projects for Fox's Marvel characters in the next six months.

The Disney-Fox merger is expected to close in early 2019 and the combination will give Disney access to Fox's film rights to Marvel characters like the X-Men, Fantastic Four, and Deadpool.

Disney's acquisition of Fox is expected to close in early 2019.

Once the merger is finalized, Disney's Marvel Studios will have access to Marvel characters that Fox owns the film rights to, such as the X-Men, Deadpool, and Fantastic Four.

During an interview on Variety's "Playback" podcast on Thursday, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige commented on the future of those characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe after the Disney-Fox merger.

He said that he hasn't been given the official green light to develop projects for Fox's Marvel characters yet, but that the future looks bright.

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Melvin Bailey 2019-08-21
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The success of "Venom" and "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" likely gave Sony the confidence it needed to stand its ground.

Sony is still hoping for "Spider-Man: Far From Home" star Tom Holland and director Jon Watts to return for two more movies, in which Marvel Studios would not be involved if a deal isn't made.

Marvel Studios has propelled the new Spider-Man movies to global success, but the upside from a story standpoint is that Holland's Peter Parker will have a chance to definitively step out of Tony Stark's shadow and grow up.

Deadline reported that the two companies were unable to come to an agreement over the character's on-screen future.

Disney wanted a better deal, Sony wouldn't budge, and now Marvel Studios and president Kevin Feige will not be involved in future "Spider-Man" movies unless something drastically changes.

READ MORE: Spider-Man's movie adventures have been a headache for Sony for over a decade, but the character is too valuable to compromise on

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Jeremy Green 2019-08-21
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Sony released a statement late Tuesday saying it was Disney's decision not to have Kevin Feige, the Marvel Studios president, involved with future "Spider-Man" movies.

"We hope this might change in the future, but understand that the many new responsibilities that Disney has given him — including all their newly added Marvel properties — do not allow time for him to work on IP they do not own," Sony said.

Sony, which owns the film rights to Spider-Man and 900 related characters, struck a deal with Marvel Studios in 2015 for the character to appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

Spider-Man's time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe — at least as we know it — seems be over.

Sony Pictures released a statement late Tuesday blaming Disney for the two companies' inability to reach a deal over the superhero webslinger's movie appearances, saying it was Disney's decision not to have Kevin Feige, the Marvel Studios president, involved with future movies.

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James Taylor 2017-05-08
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p In the past week, Marvel Studios released a new movie, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.

2, and Marvel TV released trailers for three new TV shows: The Defenders, Runaways, and Inhumans.

At one point, those last two were actually film ideas themselves.

Which brings up the age-old question—what’s up with all this?

Will Marvel TV and Marvel Studios ever cross over?

In the past, Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige has said that the timelines for making TV and movies are too different for that to be feasible.

Timothy Corn 2018-04-19
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Earlier this month, OnePlus India posted a teaser video dropping hints about its partnership with Marvel Studios for the Avengers: Infinity War.

Most of us sensed an Avenger themed OnePlus 6 incoming, but there was no confirmation from the brand’s end.

On Thursday, the company has given a bigger clue in a media note.

The note mentions OnePlus’ partnership with Marvel Studios to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Marvel studios.

Also, the company will introduce a OnePlus 6 model themed on the Avengers: Infinity War movie, releasing on 27th April.

To recall, OnePlus and Disney partnered to launch the OnePlus 5T Star Wars Limited Edition in December 2017.

Frederick Jones 2019-03-14
img

Marvel Studios apologized on Thursday for leaving Danai Gurira's name off of its new "Avengers: Endgame" poster.

It tweeted a new version of the poster with her name at the top on Thursday, and said "she should have been up there all this time."

After facing criticism, Marvel Studios apologized Thursday for originally leaving actress Danai Gurira's name off of the top of the latest "Avengers: Endgame" poster.

Marvel Studios tweeted a new version of the poster on Thursday, now with Gurira's name added to the top of it.

The new poster is below.

The original poster sparked criticism because Gurira was the only person featured prominently on the poster whose name did not appear at the top.

Billy Clark 2019-07-21
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Marvel has confirmed an Eternals film will be a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe's Phase 4 during the Marvel Studios panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2019 on Saturday.

The film will star Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayek, Don Lee, Lia McHugh, Kumail Nanjiani, Brian Tyree Henry, Lauren Ridloff and Richard Madden.

The cast took the stage soon after Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige confirmed the film.

Eternals is set for release Nov. 6, 2020.

Bessie Scavotto 2019-07-21
img

"Avengers: Endgame" is expected to dethrone "Avatar" as the highest-grossing movie of all time by the end of the weekend, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige said on Saturday.

Disney, which owns Marvel Studios, owns the "Avatar" franchise after the Fox merger and is releasing four sequels in the coming years.

Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

"Avengers: Endgame" is expected to surpass James Cameron's "Avatar" this weekend and snag the record for the biggest global box-office gross of all time, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige announced on Saturday at San Diego Comic-Con.

"Avatar" held the record for a decade with $2.79 billion, and it seemed out of "Endgame's" reach before Disney rereleased the movie last month.

"Endgame" was only $500,000 behind "Avatar" as of Friday, and will top it by the end of the weekend, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Alexa Martin 2020-01-22
img

Patrick Stewart stated he had a meeting with Marvel Studios and Kevin Feige regarding the X-Men films; however, is not intending to make a return to play for Professor X in the movie.

Together with Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart has the Guianese world record for the most prolonged occupation of a live-action superhero in Marvel, having portrayed as telepath Charles Xavier as well as the X-Men’s head for 17 years.Read Full Article Here - Patrick Stewart Meets Marvel Studios for X-Men Movies

William Mulcahy 2019-07-15
img

Marvel Studios has announced its We Love You 3000 tour, which will kick off at San Diego Comic Con this month to celebrate the in-home release of Avengers: Endgame.

Billing the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) as the "single most successful franchise in film history," Marvel said the summer tour will hit nine cities across the US, finishing up at Disney's D23 Expo in August.

After Comic Con on July 20, the tour will visit Funko Fan Experience in Seattle on July 30, a Giants Game at Oracle Park in San Francisco on Aug. 8, three Best Buy in-store events simultaneously in Chicago, Torrance and Miami on Aug. 13 and two more Best Buy events in Minneapolis on Aug. 14 and Cleveland on Aug. 20.

Lastly, it will culminate at D23 in Anaheim, California, on Aug. 23-25.

While Marvel Studios doesn't yet specify who exactly will be there, each event will see "special guests from Marvel Studios and the MCU."

Melvin Bailey 2019-08-21
img

The success of "Venom" and "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" likely gave Sony the confidence it needed to stand its ground.

Sony is still hoping for "Spider-Man: Far From Home" star Tom Holland and director Jon Watts to return for two more movies, in which Marvel Studios would not be involved if a deal isn't made.

Marvel Studios has propelled the new Spider-Man movies to global success, but the upside from a story standpoint is that Holland's Peter Parker will have a chance to definitively step out of Tony Stark's shadow and grow up.

Deadline reported that the two companies were unable to come to an agreement over the character's on-screen future.

Disney wanted a better deal, Sony wouldn't budge, and now Marvel Studios and president Kevin Feige will not be involved in future "Spider-Man" movies unless something drastically changes.

READ MORE: Spider-Man's movie adventures have been a headache for Sony for over a decade, but the character is too valuable to compromise on

Donny Stiteler 2018-04-30
img

"Avengers: Infinity War" did better than its $250 million record-breaking weekend estimates.

Disney reports the official weekend numbers for the movie at $258.2 million.

That includes a record-breaking $69.2 million Sunday take.

Things just keep getting better for “Avengers: Infinity War.”

After Disney released estimates on Sunday that its latest movie from Marvel Studios took in $250 million to become the biggest opening weekend movie of all time domestically, it looks like the studio was being modest.

Final numbers posted on Monday indicate that the movie took in $258.2 million, according to boxofficepro.com.

Rajib Optimizer 2021-09-23

DISNEY vs MARVEL STUDIOS who makes more money

Jermaine Dusenbery 2019-07-21
img

Saturday's wild unveiling of the Marvel Cinematic Universe's Phase 4 at San Diego Comic-Con 2019 might have been your first time hearing about he Eternals -- set for release Nov. 6, 2020.

They're the next superpowered group to join the MCU and Marvel Studios sure has assembled a superpowered cast to get everyone interested in this cinematic debut.

Marvel Studios head honcho Kevin Feige introduced the cast and director Chloe Zhao at the Marvel Studios panel.

Her previous film, The Rider, got a score of 92 on CNET sister site Metacritic.

But it's also a naturalistic indie film, a far cry from the effects-driven banging and crashing of a Marvel movie.

She'll no doubt bring a cool sensibility to the Eternals.

Michael Morehead 2018-06-19
img

Marvel Studios is not expected to have a big movie presence at San Diego Comic-Con this year, but Marvel's TV shows could be getting a bigger spotlight instead.

Marvel's Iron Fist is reportedly going to have a panel, featuring star Finn Jones along with other cast and crew in order to promote the Netflix show's second season, according to Deadline.

The outlet also reports that there is a possibility that other Marvel shows on Netflix could be getting announcements, including The Punisher's second season and Daredevil's third season.

CNET has reached out to Netflix and Marvel Studios to confirm, and did not immediately hear back.

Marvel Studios is not having a large Hall H panel this year, where it historically makes big reveals for its movies.

Last year, Marvel gave fans an early look at Avengers: Infinity War months before an official trailer was made widely available.

William Franklin 2019-07-22
img

San Diego Comic-Con’s Marvel Studios panel was almost too much, with huge reveal after huge reveal about Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Two of the biggest announcements to come out it were Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) becoming the new Thor, and Mahershala Ali joining the MCU as Blade.

We talked with Marvel Studios Kevin Feige about how this all came about, how long these parts were in the works, and how Ali himself pitched Marvel Studios exactly what it wanted.

During a red carpet event following the Marvel panel, we asked Feige to tell us how he managed to get Portman and Ali into the next phase of the MCU.

In the video above, he shared that these plans have been in the works for a long time, kept under total secrecy, to his surprise.

For Portman, they continued to stay in touch and gauge her interest in coming back.

Donny Stiteler 2021-01-11
img
The movie won't start shooting this year, Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige told Collider.
Jesse Rodriguez 2018-12-27
img

Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige said on Variety's "Playback" podcast on Thursday that he could be approved to develop projects for Fox's Marvel characters in the next six months.

The Disney-Fox merger is expected to close in early 2019 and the combination will give Disney access to Fox's film rights to Marvel characters like the X-Men, Fantastic Four, and Deadpool.

Disney's acquisition of Fox is expected to close in early 2019.

Once the merger is finalized, Disney's Marvel Studios will have access to Marvel characters that Fox owns the film rights to, such as the X-Men, Deadpool, and Fantastic Four.

During an interview on Variety's "Playback" podcast on Thursday, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige commented on the future of those characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe after the Disney-Fox merger.

He said that he hasn't been given the official green light to develop projects for Fox's Marvel characters yet, but that the future looks bright.

Jeremy Green 2019-08-21
img

Sony released a statement late Tuesday saying it was Disney's decision not to have Kevin Feige, the Marvel Studios president, involved with future "Spider-Man" movies.

"We hope this might change in the future, but understand that the many new responsibilities that Disney has given him — including all their newly added Marvel properties — do not allow time for him to work on IP they do not own," Sony said.

Sony, which owns the film rights to Spider-Man and 900 related characters, struck a deal with Marvel Studios in 2015 for the character to appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

Spider-Man's time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe — at least as we know it — seems be over.

Sony Pictures released a statement late Tuesday blaming Disney for the two companies' inability to reach a deal over the superhero webslinger's movie appearances, saying it was Disney's decision not to have Kevin Feige, the Marvel Studios president, involved with future movies.