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  1. The CEO of Disney doesn’t confidentially leak publicly damning corporate strategy to a trade reporter. That’s just nonsensical. I mean yes, the executives weren’t named, so theoretically it COULD be anyone who works at a film studio. But if that’s the only criteria you’re just attributing the quote at random. Please note, I’m not defending Iger. I’m sure he absolutely intends to wait the guild members out rather than give in because that’s what they’re all doing. I’m just saying there’s no reason to assume he said so to Deadline.
  2. Nope. Bob Iger didn’t say anything like that. He did say that he thought the unions were being “unrealistic”, which is nonsense, but the quote about waiting it out until people went broke wasn’t him.
  3. Deadpool was moving forward with production during the writers strike (for better or worse). They only stopped because now the ACTORS guild is on strike separately. Can’t film an empty set.
  4. I kind of split down the middle on this. I absolutely agree they leave BAF parts out of the figure they think will already sell (ie; Wolverine). But looking at a lot of their choices over the years I don’t think the female/less popular theory plays out. Hard to believe they’d think X-23 would sell worse than Paladin. Living Laser over CitizenV or Nighthawk. Besides which, any BAF part should be as desirable as another if you actually want the BAF. Is someone collecting chests without the other pieces?
  5. Interestingly, the article only says that Marvel has regained the distribution rights to THIS FILM again, not future films. I’m curious which one it actually is. I guess we’ll only know if they announce a new Hulk solo film.
  6. Honestly there’s ZERO chance he’s playing Mordo. (Ok, a 0.0001% chance). Any of that would require an agreement with Marvel Studios to use the character, or even to use the title Sorcerer Supreme. And it’s not like they want to use some random character Marvel isn’t using. Mordo is THE primary antagonist for one of their biggest characters. Why would Sony either pay them, or give some sort of concessions to Marvel for using Spider-Man, just to use a character they don’t own who has zero substantial relationship to Spider-Man.
  7. I don’t think anyone liked the stock Avengers skins. I’m no purist but they how managed to ALL look terrible. The Spider-Man game suit though, I have to say I’ve always liked it. I feel like it does a difficult job of standing apart from his other costumes without looking terrible.
  8. The sad thing is, if they had actually properly sculpted the textures, I would have payed the stupid amount they’re asking for it. But I’m not going to pay their ridiculous MSRP for such a lazy product.
  9. I completely agree, their current plan is crap because they’re crap at making films. But from their perspective, it doesn’t make sense to sell back Spidey. It’s literally THE core franchise of their entire, nearly bankrupt film studio. And they’re the only studio that managed to actually buy the film rights to a character like that outright, rather than a normal licensing deal. So it’s their milk cow, no matter how badly they abuse it. As far as they’re concerned there’s always the chance the next film could be a winner (I blame the basically accidental success of Venom for that) The only chance they will ever sell back the film rights to Spidey is if they go completely bankrupt (which is very possible).
  10. No, I know all that, but that’s the point I was making. Making a solo film starring most of those characters is not a great proposition and Marvel knows that. It’s not beneficial to them to help Sony make theirs, or to pay them to use those characters in their own movies are. And they did that with Spider-Man because, well, he’s Spider-Man, and one of the most recognizable characters on the planet. Im sure there are are lots of other Spider-Man characters that Marvel would love to use somewhere in their own movies, but not enough to pay Sony for.
  11. Sure but Spider-Man is the only one of these characters Disney really gives a damn about. Disney has no interest or incentive to make a Morbius movie, or Kraven movoe, or whatever other random Spider-adjacent character Sony chooses next (aside from maybe Miles) It doesn’t benefit them to help Sony make their movies. On the bright side, if Sony keeps pumping their money into these garbage Spidermanless Spiderman films, maybe they’ll finally go bankrupt and be forced to sell it all back to Marvel to stay afloat.
  12. The stupid Moon Knight that I can’t find for under $100 would disagree.
  13. Just to be clear, Cox said “My instinct is that on Disney+ it will be dark but it probably won’t be as gory,”. Which is different than “stating” a fact. I mean I think it’s a pretty safe bet they won’t be slamming someone’s head in a car door repeatedly, but Werewolf by Night had some pretty gruesome scenes, so it’s not like Disney isn’t willing to go there.
  14. Not disagreeing with your point, but the first two Holland sculpts (this one and the Spider-Man Homecoming 2 pack sculpt) looked exactly like him to me. The biggest problem with the Homecoming 2 pack version was his hair was all combed over flat like it never was onscreen. This one thought I thought was perfect.
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