Originally Posted by YoungPrime
Okay from a Hollywood standpoint do you really think it wise for any studio would release all of there major tittles in one year?
Do you really see Spidey, Iron Man and X-men all coming out in one year or will they spread them out with 2 mid to low budget projects?
With Ironman 3 releasing with Thor 2 this year a low to mid range ($60-$80mill) Deadpool could've released in March.
Next year could be Cap, X-men and GOTG.
2015: Dr. Strange, Avengers 2, Ant-man
2016: FF, Cap 3, Thor 3
2017:GOTG 2, Black Panther, X-men2
Look at it this way: These are the Marvel movies (at whichever studio) that either already have made their way to the big screen or which have been heavily rumored to be in some stage of development more advanced than "gee, wouldn't it be neat if...":
Guardians of the Galaxy
Namor: The Sub-Mariner
Considering that each Marvel "phase" lasts three to four years, that's 9-12 movies per phase if you go with your 3-per format; 6-8 movies per phase if you go with the current 2-per model. I just listed *32*
movies in different stages of development. That's at least
20 movie franchises that just bit the dust right there. Which ones do you think Marvel can afford to lose? And which ones do you think fans will demand the most? Do you begin to see the magnitude of the problem?