Remember that awful Daredevil movie? The one where you kind of wanted Michael Clarke Duncan to win? Well, now Marvel Studios can pretend it never happened.
Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios, confirmed that the rights to the blind superhero had reverted back to Marvel. Speaking to Newsarama yesterday, Feige stated that the rights had officially switched over from Fox Studios. It was widely speculated that Fox lost the rights back in October when they failed to begin production on a reboot of the franchise, but there was no formal confirmation until today.
Most importantly, this means that we can finally see the Avengers vs. the Hand movie that Brian Bendis always wanted us to see.
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