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Figgycal said:
Acevil said:
Azerth said:
Figgycal said:
jlmurph2 said:
Seems like Sony really is grasping for any way to get money.

They don't own the Spiderman movie rights indefinitely. Use it while they still can, before Disney gets it back.

I believe that as long as they make a spiderman movie every so many years sony keeps the franchise

Ya pretty much, given after devalued product, Disney will most likely just snap it back up.

Right now X-Men, Fantastic Four and Spiderman are the only things outside of Disney. I think Punisher and Daredevil went back.  

I believe Fox (?) is also making a new Fantastic Four series. It's probably best to not let Disney own everything.

I was wrong about Daredevil, but honestly given how companies are treating the franchises, I can't wait for them to go back to Disney/Marvel.

Fox owns: Daredevil, Elecktra, Fantastic Four, and X-Men
Sony owns: Spiderman and Ghost Rider

Pretty much a matter of time, before Spiderman and Ghost Rider end up back in the rights of Disney. Fox is a bit more successful (hopefully the new Fantastic Four Bombs), so Daredevil and Elecktra most likely will be the only things shifting over. 



Edit: Ahhhh my facts are all wrong.

Final statement based on wikipedia.  

The only rights that are still left at other studios are the X-Men and Fantastic Four franchise of characters at 20th Century Fox, the Spider-Man franchise of characters at Sony/Columbia Pictures
[67] and Namor at Universal Pictures.