Hell No! Disney needs to own the rights back to Fox Marvel universe. Wouldn't you like to see X-Men and Fantastic Four in the MCU universe? It would be kinda awesome to see the movie X-Men vs The Avengers, it happened in the comics.I'd rather Comcast buy them.
No. You know by now I'm a MCU fan...my insane marathon kinda proved that. Having watched all those movies I still think Logan is the best, non-Nolan super hero movie I've ever seen. No way a Logan movie made by Disny/Marvel would have had the same feel.Wouldn't you like to see X-Men and Fantastic Four in the MCU universe?
I read some posts while back ago and heard on a podcast that Kevin Feige and Bob Iger are willing to explore the R rated universe especially for Deadpool and future X-Men movies. Even though Disney use to make R rated movies with Miramax.No. You know by now I'm a MCU fan...my insane marathon kinda proved that. Having watched all those movies I still think Logan is the best, non-Nolan super hero movie I've ever seen. No way a Logan movie made by Disny/Marvel would have had the same feel.
I think Fox/Comcast would mean more choice in style of movies/TV. You make a good point about the streaming but I'd rather (beskiing) a worse streaming option and better diversity in movies than the other way around.
Fox/Comcast (NBC) probably would make some good style of movies/tv shows but that if only they are willing to pull the trigger. Seems like Paramount Studios is willing to make anything now to make some money. They are spending money on the Hasbro film universe. There some rumors, they might have Power Rangers, G.I. Joe and Transformers and My Little Pony all in one film.While it's true that Disney itself doesn't make R-rated movies, it does have a history of allowing companies it owns to do so, like Miramax. If 20th Century Fox is set up as its own arm, like Marvel Studios or Pixar, it's possible Disney allows them to forge ahead as-planned with more R-rated superhero movies
I'd say at least half of the country has Comcast/Xfinity for TV and/or internet. Their customer service can be bad, just like every other big company. But their product is top-tier. Anyway, there aren't many alternatives, so you'll get what you get.Plus Comcast sucks, I don't have them. But I have heard plenty of terrible things about them.
It doesn't. Acquisitions are for profit and efficiency (which leads to profit). Any claim of better choice for consumers is disingenuous.I don't see how making giant corporations bigger can lead to more actual choice.
Then you'd better find a different country to live in. Perhaps one of the new Californias.I'd rather have a bunch of different products that were created by people with a passion for something other than making more money.