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Discussion in 'Marvel Live-Action Movies and Television' started by Yojimbo, Jun 30, 2017.
Like pretty much everyone on the Nova Corps. to begin with .
During the Edinburgh TV Festival, Marvel Television Senior Vice President of Programming Karim Zreik confirmed they're still interesting in pursuing more comedy series and takes a swipe at Powerless it seems.
Zreik also revealed a female-focused show, which he described as "Jessica Jones-esque," was in development for ABC.
I guess by "Jessica Jones-esque" they mean a grounded drama with complex main characters and a female lead...
Can't say who else I could see that kind of concept fitting .
Me neither. Who's honestly left who doesn't fall into the Hulk/Universal or Fantastic Four/Fox rights conflict land?
Tarantula and White Tiger come to mind, but they have more potential to appear on a Netflix show, imo.
Spiderwoman, that would be pretty ironic since Bendis original wrote Jessica Jones with Jessica Drew in mind.
Not sure how much they could get away with since Sony owns the hero name, costume, power set and origin.
Ms.Marvel can not and should not be done until Captain Marvel comes out but I'm incredibly confident it could happen one day.
She Hulk would basically fit all the genres I mentioned above which would be pretty awesome. Earlier this year for my Pre Production class I had to create a huge pitch for a She Hulk show including the casting, writing a script and making a poster
Only female heroes left are Tigra, Echo who is perfect for the Netflix shows, Elsa Bloodstone, and Monica Rambeau who is way too powerful to be not part of the Avengers.
Variety did an article on the music of the TV series.
Why couldn't Ms. Marvel come out before Captain Marvel considering the latter is set in the 90s?
Jeph Loeb interview. Wants to keep working with IMAX. Reaffirms cryptically there are still ABC projects in the works.
I imagine one of those would probably be that John Ridley project they've been rumbling about for a while...
9/4: Indeed, in addition there's the long rumored Ms. Marvel show, a 2nd comedy (unless that turned to be New Warriors), the Captain Britain one that's supposed to be pitched this year if not already, and recently that 'Jessica Jones-esque' show. I'm sure that's the tip of the iceberg.
9/6: Loeb says no plans for Ms. Marvel.
9/7: Marvel movies are indeed leaving Netflix.
9/9: Gunn confirms we're going to learn more about Rocket's backstory in the 'upcoming sagas' and it's a little more horrible than it was in the comics.
I'm guessing we're getting a more dark, sci-fi, take on Halfworld...if he even uses Halfworld .
Or a Kree or Skrull experiment? We know the former was desperate for new warriors at once time, hence the creation of the Inhumans. And Yondu was a slave before the Ravagers.
I wouldn't be surprised if it's tied back to the Kree's genetic experiments, though unless Rocket didn't know it would be odd that he hasn't brought it up by now .
No surprise but Gunn talked a little but about Vol. 3's role in the MCU
Interestingly enough ABC has greenlit a Greatest American Hero reboot with a female Indian American.
Hmmmmm, Loeb, did you have no plans or were not allowed?
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While at Wizard World Nashville, Stan Lee mentioned he believes Marvel is working to regain the rights to the X-Men and Fantastic Four and will have them sooner or later. Cause y'know, he can say whatever he wants at this point.
Fox is going to hold onto the X-Men as long as they can but I'm not sure how long they can keep the FF rights unless they deliver a sure-fire hit with the property.
I am curious if Marvel is actively engaged in trying to regain the rights back though.
I'm Disney would prefer all their properties to be under one house. Fantastic Four would be nice, not necessarily for them but all the other characters tied to them as well. I'd love to see them get the Hulk distribution rights back as well.