Originally Posted by cherokeesam
I'm sure that would be an issue, too. And what if Disney chooses to hire a producer who already has experience with successful superhero movies --- like Gale Ann Hurd? Then you're right back to square one, ironically enough.
That's why I think the current system of outsourcing the X-Universe and Spidey Universe (and soon the Fantastic Universe, I reckon) takes a lot of the workload and budgetary woes off Disney and Marvel's backs. I'm sure Feige and his guys feel that way, too.
I dont think anyone would argue that, but people including Feige seem more interested in quality assurance and crossover potential all of which is much easier under one roof. I, for one, would be happy to live with the current schedule for the sake of those issues.