After Disney confirmed that Netflix would open up a series of Internet-based viewing platforms, the Marvel series, which had rights to broadcast on Netflix, became clear.
You know that big brands now continue to devour small brands. That’s what happened when Marvel, a comic book publisher, and Lucasfilms, owner of George Lucas’s brand Star Wars, bought Disney. Disney, a long time, was also trying to get Netflix. It is already expected that this is the result of the business agreements between the two companies.
But things have changed, with Netflix increasingly popular all over the world and having a large portion of Hulu since Disney bought Fox’s entertainment assets. However, he unexpectedly announced that Disney Hulu will continue to broadcast separately and will launch a separate internet platform like Netflix. What would be the fate of Disney’s brands (ie, Marvel’s superhero series) in Pocket Hulu and Netflix?
The first explanation came eventually by Disney. According to Disney officials who speak to Deadline, Hulu and Netflix will retain the rights to the already published, purchased brands. The existing agreements will continue. +18 productions will go to Hulu, where Disney holds a large portion of its holdings (the channel published by Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. will not be changed since ABC already belongs to Disney). In addition, Disney has its own publishing platform “Monsters Inc.” branded series, new Star Wars series, and Marvel brands that do not distribute publishing rights.
Estimates of sites like Deadline and Inverse will be published in the series on X-Men on the new release platform, with the release of the X-Men broadcast rights in Fox on the new publishing platform. Daredevil and The Punisher have already come alive in the hands of fans at Netflix. In this sense, the decision made by Disney-Marvel is logical. What are you thinking?