There’s an unfathomably splendid future ahead for Marvel Studios – and not due to the nature of item they’ve possessed the capacity to place out finished the last decade. The current news about the Disney-Fox merger is extraordinary news for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as X-Men and Fantastic Four characters will soon have the opportunity to meet the Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy, and that opens up and perpetual number of conceivable story openings. Normally, points of interest are being kept to a base, yet one individual exceptionally eager to perceive how things go is Thor himself, Chris Hemsworth, who disclosed to me before today,
The new motion picture 12 Strong, in which Chris Hemsworth stars, is set to touch base in theaters not long from now, and I had the chance to take a seat with the on-screen character prior today amid the film’s Los Angeles squeeze day. While discuss Marvel was peppered into a considerable measure of our discussion (more on that soon), it was at the very end of the one-on-one meeting that I raised the Disney-Fox merger. I got some information about what the move would conceivably mean for the eventual fate of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and keeping in mind that there was an admonition, he communicated true blue energy about the prospects.
Obviously, that admonition is a truly critical one. Wonder Studios has been extraordinarily secretive about the eventual fate of the establishment post-Avengers 4, and keeping in mind that piece of that is keeping up specific stakes and insider facts about their destined to-be-discharged ventures, another is that a great deal of principle players will see their multi-picture contracts reach an end. Not exclusively is Chris Hemsworth’s arrangement up after Marvel’s enormous May 2019 discharge, however so are those having a place with stars like Chris Evans a.k.a. Chief America, Robert Downey Jr. a.k.a. Press Man, and Scarlett Johansson a.k.a. Dark Widow. Along these lines, some of Marvel’s greatest names won’t not associate with when the X-Men and Fantastic Four arrive.
There are clearly a considerable measure of central issues that are still open to question in regards to the Disney-Fox merger – including when the arrangement will be finished up – yet it is energizing to hear that Chris Hemsworth is as going to play a part with the impact it will have on comic book films as much as anybody. We’ll simply need to sit back and watch if “Thor meets the X-Men/Fantastic Four/Deadpool” ever turns into a thing.
Meanwhile, you can see Chris Hemsworth go down on the extra large screen in 12 Strong on January nineteenth, and stay tuned here on CinemaBlend for additional from my meeting!