"Marvel Cinematic Universe" News & Discussion, Part 4 (Spoilers)

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The so-called Avengers "Trinity" (Iron Man, Captain America and Thor) are bound to return for at least some cameos. If not scenes like Falcon in Ant Man. It would be smart of Feige to keep them on some kinda payroll, regardless if it isn't starring. Especially now that they're expanding into FF and X-Men territory.

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Pretty interesting, she will probably be worth keeping around. I can't help but wonder if Simon Kinberg was brought in to replace Fiege in a way and if Dark Phoenix is as terrible as it sounds he's probably gone for good. I can't help but wonder who they could bring in though.
Yeah, Kinberg has been both quiet and busy with his supposed X-Men two-parter. I'm thinking he'll stick around much like Pascal at Sony and not booted like Arad. Now, if he silently disappeared from the MCU stuff, he still might have a presence with Lucasfilm.

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Which I guess inadvertently confirms a third Ant-Man movie :p.
1/7: And the longest title of the trilogy probably. ;)

1/8: Seems a couple shows in development didn't make the cut as hinted by ABC President Dungey at the TCA.
We developed a couple of things this season that we don’t think are going to end up going forward, so we’re going to look really carefully about what we do next.
 

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Well, there's still that John Ridley project that doesn't seem to be appearing anytime soon...
Yeah, plus one or two comedy titles, Damage Control is probably passed up on, the Ghost Rider rumor, the Blade rumor, the female-led show, the Captain Britain pitch. To be a fly on the wall...
 

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They're probably working out alot of things right now with both the film and television divisions. So, they have to halt production on things that they really wanted.

On the issue of Damage Control, I'm wondering if that would be a partnering with SONY Television.

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Slightly related info:

Marvel regains rights to Conan the Barbarian:

https://www.cbr.com/marvel-comics-conan-license/amp/

“From Barry Windsor-Smith to John Buscema to Neal Adams, a legendary lineup of amazing artists brought Conan to life in the pages of Marvel comics,” Marvel Editor-in-Chief C.B. Cebulski said in a statement. “It’s a legacy we’re now going to live up to with the talent we have lined up for the Cimmerian barbarian’s homecoming in early 2019. We’re excited!



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