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ThisGuyFooks said:

I mean, who's to say they won't ramp up film production? Maybe they'll let the majority of FOX studios just carry on working as they are as long as they're bringing home the money... I doubt they'll only be making so few films per year after this transaction.



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LivingMetal said:

I remember having a couple of those guys show up at my doorstep.  Intriguing to say the lease.  They came back for a follow up when my wife was home.  She had a very defensive look on her face the whole time they were there.  No, we are not Catholic.

The whole missionary thing is a little odd but I had some LDS friends, just normal people, just you know, churchy, same with most faiths. But explain to any of them that their faith isn't the right one, or that all christian religions are the same and suddenly they go all defensive, it's weirdly funny.

VGPolyglot said:

They still need to get the Namor and Hulk distribution rights, along with the Spider-Man film rights, to have complete control of Marvel's films I believe.

Namor is Universal like Hulk right? But I heard it's a bit more up in the air. Technically Marvel have them but there are odd things left in place. How a Namor film would fit in everything I'm not sure however.



Hmm, pie.

Bristow9091 said:
ThisGuyFooks said:

I mean, who's to say they won't ramp up film production? Maybe they'll let the majority of FOX studios just carry on working as they are as long as they're bringing home the money... I doubt they'll only be making so few films per year after this transaction.

I think so too, i just found the tweet very interesting.

I could be wrong, but Disney has kept the quality of their movies very high, i would rather less quantity with higher quality than a shit ton of shitty movies with a great movie here and there.



Cool! I'm looking forward to Marvel's X-men and F4.



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ThisGuyFooks said:
Bristow9091 said:

I mean, who's to say they won't ramp up film production? Maybe they'll let the majority of FOX studios just carry on working as they are as long as they're bringing home the money... I doubt they'll only be making so few films per year after this transaction.

I think so too, i just found the tweet very interesting.

I could be wrong, but Disney has kept the quality of their movies very high, i would rather less quantity with higher quality than a shit ton of shitty movies with a great movie here and there.

Yeah, I mean if you look at other film studios, they're churning out some utter shit that and making films that nobody wants, which makes me question how they're even making money... 



ThisGuyFooks said:
Bristow9091 said:

I mean, who's to say they won't ramp up film production? Maybe they'll let the majority of FOX studios just carry on working as they are as long as they're bringing home the money... I doubt they'll only be making so few films per year after this transaction.

I think so too, i just found the tweet very interesting.

I could be wrong, but Disney has kept the quality of their movies very high, i would rather less quantity with higher quality than a shit ton of shitty movies with a great movie here and there.

Fair if we're talking blockbusters, but Hollywood needs to produce smaller films as well or all we'll have are superhero and Star Wars movies. I love those movies, but the industry is better when smaller, more artistic films are releasing at a decent rate.



Ariakon said:
ThisGuyFooks said:

I think so too, i just found the tweet very interesting.

I could be wrong, but Disney has kept the quality of their movies very high, i would rather less quantity with higher quality than a shit ton of shitty movies with a great movie here and there.

Fair if we're talking blockbusters, but Hollywood needs to produce smaller films as well or all we'll have are superhero and Star Wars movies. I love those movies, but the industry is better when smaller, more artistic films are releasing at a decent rate.

Agreed!

Smaller films tend to take more risks too, so thats a good thing in my book!



ThisGuyFooks said: 
I think so too, i just found the tweet very interesting.

I could be wrong, but Disney has kept the quality of their movies very high, i would rather less quantity with higher quality than a shit ton of shitty movies with a great movie here and there.

Please tell me you're joking.

1. Beauty and the Beast (March 17, 2017)
2. Born in China (April 21, 2017)
3. Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (May 5, 2017)
4. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (May 26, 2017)
5. Cars 3 (June 16, 2017)
6. Jagga Jasoos (July 14, 2017)
7. Marvel's Thor: Ragnarok (November 3, 2017)
8. Coco (November 22, 2017)
9. Star Wars: The Last Jedi (December 15, 2017)

Platina said:
Disney taking over every aspect of entertainment

One big company at a time

Yup. Next in line will be Universal Studios (Hulk, Jurassic World, Fast & Furious) or Sony Pictures (Spider-Man).

Bristow9091 said: 
Yeah, I mean if you look at other film studios, they're churning out some utter shit that and making films that nobody wants, which makes me question how they're even making money... 

Disney isn't churning out shit because their entire output is so incredibly boring and generic. But fuck originality and creativity, right?

What is it with you people?



Replicant said:
ThisGuyFooks said: 
I think so too, i just found the tweet very interesting.

I could be wrong, but Disney has kept the quality of their movies very high, i would rather less quantity with higher quality than a shit ton of shitty movies with a great movie here and there.

Please tell me you're joking.

1. Beauty and the Beast (March 17, 2017)
2. Born in China (April 21, 2017)
3. Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (May 5, 2017)
4. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (May 26, 2017)
5. Cars 3 (June 16, 2017)
6. Jagga Jasoos (July 14, 2017)
7. Marvel's Thor: Ragnarok (November 3, 2017)
8. Coco (November 22, 2017)
9. Star Wars: The Last Jedi (December 15, 2017)

I have seen 3 of those so far and all 3 were at least an 8/10 in my book.