As sprawling and interconnected as the Marvel Cinematic Universe has become, it remains a reminder to this day that the franchise has to depend on whimsical business decisions and financial issues. permission. The partnership between Sony and Marvel resulted in a (mostly) friendly arrangement that culminated in the wildly successful “Spider-Man: No Way Home”. But similar circumstances have also prevented some characters from reaching their full potential on the big screen, such as the Hulk, who hasn’t received a solo movie since 2008’s Universal Pictures’ “The Incredible Hulk” produced by Universal Pictures. or the rights to the X-Men and Fantastic The remaining four of 20th Century Fox were now defunct until Disney merged.
“She-Hulk” creator Jennifer Gao alluded to these complications later in the same interview, explaining why many other potential guests simply couldn’t happen. Some of the issues are related to rights issues, but others are ruined because of Marvel’s vague plans for the future.
“There are a lot of characters in comics — we wanted to have a lot of comics for characters because of the funny situations we could put a character in and come up with funny reasons why they But there’s a lot of comic book characters that we can’t use because of rights issues, or a few times because of Marvel… all they say is they have And that’s all they’re going to do tell us. And then we’ve been trying very hard to poke around and dig and gather a little bit more information. don’t tell us.”
“She-Hulk” is still just a small piece of the much larger puzzle and will premiere on Disney+ Thursday, August 18, 2022.
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