Marvel has been making superhero movies since the 90’s, however, Marvel Studios has only been around less than a decade. Because of this, Marvel does not own the movie rights to many of their characters, including Spider-Man, who they had to work out a deal with Sony to get him in Civil War, the Fantastic Four, and of course, the X-Men.
This has left quite a hole in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and many have wondered how long Fox, who owns the X-Men and Fantastic Four, will remain separated from them.
“Jeph Loeb acknowledges that bridges are being made between the Fox and Disney world’s of Marvel’s @LegionFX- DR”
Legion is the start, with Fox and Marvel working to make it a success. If it does work, this could lead to more project being done between the two, and could indeed lead to the two movie universes merging somehow.
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