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    One important bit of fallout from the Disney acquisition of Marvel appears to be an increased urgency on the part of the other Hollywood studios to make the most of the Marvel characters for which they have acquired screen rights.  The rights to Marvel characters come with “use it or lose it” clauses, and in the highly competitive world of Hollywood studios, there’s more onus attached to losing a potentially lucrative property to another major studio like Disney than there would be to the smaller Marvel Studios. Because of this fear of losing a potential gilt-edged property like Iron Man, even Marvel properties with less than stellar records at the box office are in serious development alongside those that have been spectacularly successful.

     

    Variety reports that Sony has revved up a second installment of the only partially successful Ghost Rider for its Columbia subsidiary while hiring writer Jamie Vanderbilt to begin work on the fifth and sixth installments of Spider-Man.

     

    Fox, not only has a number of X-films in development and a reboot of the Fantastic Four written by Michael Green, Variety reports that the studio “is quietly developing a new version of Daredevil and working on a Silver Surfer movie.”


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