Would Disney put DP in the vault?

#1 Posted by acer51 (2247 posts) - - Show Bio

I know it's silly but I think it's possible Disney might lock DP up forever.

#2 Posted by ThePartridge (11 posts) - - Show Bio

What do you mean?

Disney don't even own Deadpool, and there isn't a Deadpool movie yet?

#3 Posted by acer51 (2247 posts) - - Show Bio

@ThePartridge said:

What do you mean?

Disney don't even own Deadpool, and there isn't a Deadpool movie yet?

Disney owns marvel so they could lock him away.

#4 Posted by Duke_Nasty (1017 posts) - - Show Bio

Hes a really interesting character, he sells fine and he's relatively popular but he's not an Avenger so yes I can see him being shelfed after Marvel changes their name to Avengers comics next year.

#5 Posted by danhimself (22623 posts) - - Show Bio

@acer51 said:

@ThePartridge said:

What do you mean?

Disney don't even own Deadpool, and there isn't a Deadpool movie yet?

Disney owns marvel so they could lock him away.

Disney has repeatedly stated that they will not influence Marvel in the least...that's why there isn't anyone from Disney in charge of anything associated with Marvel....the only thing that came from the buy out was Disney being able to put their name on Marvel films and animated series....it's a win win for both companies...Marvel has access to all of Disney's resources and Disney gets money from Marvel

#6 Posted by acer51 (2247 posts) - - Show Bio

@danhimself said:

@acer51 said:

@ThePartridge said:

What do you mean?

Disney don't even own Deadpool, and there isn't a Deadpool movie yet?

Disney owns marvel so they could lock him away.

Disney has repeatedly stated that they will not influence Marvel in the least...that's why there isn't anyone from Disney in charge of anything associated with Marvel....the only thing that came from the buy out was Disney being able to put their name on Marvel films and animated series....it's a win win for both companies...Marvel has access to all of Disney's resources and Disney gets money from Marvel

Put there name on the animated series?

THEY MAKE THE ANIMATED SERIES.

Disney produced the new cartoons and there crap.

I actually would like it if they replaced the Ultimate Spiderman cartoon with a Deadpool series, because the guy in the cartoon acts like Deadpool anyway.

That being said I'm not buying any garbage about Disney not touching anything.

I wish Stan would come out of retirement....

#7 Posted by Blood1991 (8098 posts) - - Show Bio

Deadpool makes Disney money, Disney likes money, so Disney won't touch Deadpool.

#8 Posted by danhimself (22623 posts) - - Show Bio

@acer51 said:

@danhimself said:

@acer51 said:

@ThePartridge said:

What do you mean?

Disney don't even own Deadpool, and there isn't a Deadpool movie yet?

Disney owns marvel so they could lock him away.

Disney has repeatedly stated that they will not influence Marvel in the least...that's why there isn't anyone from Disney in charge of anything associated with Marvel....the only thing that came from the buy out was Disney being able to put their name on Marvel films and animated series....it's a win win for both companies...Marvel has access to all of Disney's resources and Disney gets money from Marvel

Put there name on the animated series?

THEY MAKE THE ANIMATED SERIES.

Disney produced the new cartoons and there crap.

I actually would like it if they replaced the Ultimate Spiderman cartoon with a Deadpool series, because the guy in the cartoon acts like Deadpool anyway.

That being said I'm not buying any garbage about Disney not touching anything.

I wish Stan would come out of retirement....

they do NOT make the animated series

Avengers: EMH was produced by Marvel Animation and Film Roman

Ultimate Spider-man is done by Man of Action and Marvel Animation

Disney only airs the shows on their network

#9 Posted by The Lobster (1521 posts) - - Show Bio
@acer51 said:

I know it's silly but I think it's possible Disney might lock DP up forever.

Disney has stated that they will quote " continue to operate independently in the same way that Miramax did under the Weinstein Brothers." Which basically means that Disney will leave Marvel alone and only step in when controversy arises to back them up. The only thing Disney gets out of it is the ability to use any of there characters in other forms of media like merchandise or whatever and a percentage of profits. So basically Disney saw that Marvel is making all the cash, so they bought it and now they get to make some of that cash too. Seeing as how much money Marvel made with the Avengers film, it was a smart move on Disney's behalf. 
  
@Duke_Nasty said:

Hes a really interesting character, he sells fine and he's relatively popular but he's not an Avenger so yes I can see him being shelfed after Marvel changes their name to Avengers comics next year.


Marvel changes their name to Avengers comics next year? No offense but that sounds like you pulled that out of your arse or read it from a very unreliable source. Where did you hear that? Link please.
#10 Posted by Duke_Nasty (1017 posts) - - Show Bio

@The Lobster : No source it was a joke but it may happen the way things are going.

#11 Posted by acer51 (2247 posts) - - Show Bio

I still don't trust Disney.

They locked those Muppets away for a while...

#12 Posted by The Lobster (1521 posts) - - Show Bio
@Duke_Nasty said:

@The Lobster : No source it was a joke but it may happen the way things are going.

Ah my bad. It's difficult to know when people are joking over the internet.
#13 Posted by The Lobster (1521 posts) - - Show Bio
@acer51 said:

I still don't trust Disney.

They locked those Muppets away for a while...

The Muppets never left. They would bring out television Christmas specials and straight to DVD movies almost once every other year. Plus they'd make appearances all over the place on different talk shows, they had a Statler and Waldorf internet series, youtube videos, and such. You just had to know where to look. 
 
It wasn't till Jason Segal came by and had faith that The Muppets could return to the silver screen and alas it was a critical success and now we have a scheduled sequel in the works, which personally surprised me cause while the movie didn't fail it wasn't exactly a box office success. Alvin and the Chipmunks 3 made 300 million on a budget of 80 million, the Muppets had a 45 million budget and only made 158 million. Not a failure but not exactly a huge success either. I never would have thought Disney would actually be kind enough to grant it a sequel, so that just goes to show that while money is a big factor, if a film (or character) is liked enough they'll keep it going.
#14 Edited by CrimsonCake (2679 posts) - - Show Bio

Disney can't interfere with the Marvel universe.

#15 Posted by TheAnnihilator (1056 posts) - - Show Bio

This thread, and your responses to people correcting you, insults my intelligence.

#16 Posted by FadeToBlackBolt (23334 posts) - - Show Bio
@TheAnnihilator said:

This thread, and your responses to people correcting you, insults my intelligence.

Yep, this.
#17 Edited by acer51 (2247 posts) - - Show Bio

ALRIGHT!

Maybe there is no proof Disney has been messing with Marvel but I still think there pulling some kind of crap, there new Spiderman cartoon reeks of Disney.

I think Disneys going to supress Marvels freedom to publish the kind of stuff they want.

IT"S A CONSPIRACY I TELL YOU!

(I noticed things strangly went back to status quo from civil war after Disney bought Marvel, I wonder...

Maybe I'm just paranoid and rambling, but heed my words 5 years from now Logan will be braiding Punishers hair.

#18 Posted by MrMiracle77 (1659 posts) - - Show Bio

Fox currently owns the film rights to Deadpool anyway.

#19 Posted by ThePartridge (11 posts) - - Show Bio

@MrMiracle77 said:

Fox currently owns the film rights to Deadpool anyway.

That's what I was saying :)

#20 Posted by AweSam (7375 posts) - - Show Bio

@ThePartridge said:

@MrMiracle77 said:

Fox currently owns the film rights to Deadpool anyway.

That's what I was saying :)

Hate when people think just because Disney owns Marvel, they automatically own everything associated with it. Deadpool goes with the X-men/mutant rights, if I'm correct.

#21 Posted by ThePartridge (11 posts) - - Show Bio

@AweSam said:

@ThePartridge said:

@MrMiracle77 said:

Fox currently owns the film rights to Deadpool anyway.

That's what I was saying :)

Hate when people think just because Disney owns Marvel, they automatically own everything associated with it. Deadpool goes with the X-men/mutant rights, if I'm correct.

Yep, I thought people surely would have realised, seen as everyone (should) knows that the X-Men movies are made by a different studio, and Deadpool was in Wolverine Origins...

#22 Posted by Smart_Dork_Dude (2641 posts) - - Show Bio

Nope, but here's something for laughs anyway

#23 Posted by ThePartridge (11 posts) - - Show Bio

@Smart_Dork_Dude said:

Nope, but here's something for laughs anyway

They put Deadpool in the vault!

That's video is rather awesome :D

#24 Posted by joewell (6436 posts) - - Show Bio

there doing a P&F/advengers crossover

#25 Edited by Bionder (296 posts) - - Show Bio

Deadpool sells slightly better than the Punisher current run and look what they do to him. His run will end with War-Zone arc and he will be integrated in a team. You can check this linkto see the monthly sales and compare. So yeah, they can lock any character if the sales don't go like they want too. That's what i call business.

#26 Posted by DeathpooltheT1000 (11425 posts) - - Show Bio

Well is called Development Hell actually and it could happen to this movie if they keep taking to much time to make it.

I mean there i many Batman movied that got into a Development hell before they die.

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