Originally Posted by cherokeesam
Fox in the Tom Rothman era is over. (Thank god.) With the blockbuster success Marvel enjoys now with the Avengers franchise and subsidiaries, under the aegis of the House of Mouse, Fox realizes now that the old model of superhero movies is no longer applicable. They show every intention of making their Marvel projects more fan-accessible and "authentic" to canon, and righting wrongs such as Tim Story's FF, X-Men Origins, and The Last Stand.
What evidence do you have that they "realize" their mistakes? Hiring loud mouth, Captain Extreme Mark Millar? Creating their own mini-MCU?
I'd prefer to look at their track record to judge their future. They have made 9 Marvel films:
X2: X-Men United
X-Men: The Last Stand
X-Men Origins: Wolverine
X-Men: First Class
Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer
Of those 9 films how many are good? Only 3! 33%. That's not much of a track record. That's not much room for optimism.
Lets do a few more comparisons while we're at it. How about Sony? They have made 6 Marvel films.
Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance
How many are good? 3 out of the 6 or 50%. This is hardly a good track record but its significantly higher than Fox's.
Now finally how about Marvel Studios/Disney? They have made 6 Marvel movies.
The Incredible Hulk
Iron Man 2
Captain America: The First Avenger
Marvel's The Avengers
How many we're good? 6 or 100%! Any questions as to why most of us don't trust Fox or Sony for that matter?