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How Marvel Became an Explosive Hollywood Franchise

Disney acquired Marvel Entertainment in 2009. I still love Disney as a long-term play, though I am expecting what has become a wildly overextended stock to unwind into Memorial Day and perhaps beyond, for a better entry point in the summer. 

Here is how Marvel assembled its cinematic universe. 

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SOURCE: Empire

 

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3 comments

  1. ultramarine

    Chess, thanks for this article. I think Marvel did an excellent job with casting for many of their films.
    Thor turned out better than I thought it would be, as the actors that played Thor and Loki did a great job.

    Iron Man 2 was the weakest movie in the saga to me.

    The X-Men series and Wolverine spin-offs have also been pretty good.

    Excellent move by DIS, will have to watch the stock’s movement in the future.

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  2. charlie

    Interesting stuff.

    The comic book adaptations only work well when they put real talent behind the superheroes; Cage’s Ghost Rider is a joke. They did a good job repairing the Spider-man series though, hopefully we’ll see more moves like that. Gambit comes to mind as a character ripe for a 2nd representation in the X-men series.

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