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    I did a write up... no mention of Alpha Flight in my write up (I know, makes you want to skip it more than you already do)... but it's a write up about how I'd like to see the X-Men movies start at "Disney / MCU"...

    http://comicreliefpodcast.com/archives/1651

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    What you describe isn't that different to Krakoa, except your mutant seems to be human rather than an island.

    I've started to wonder lately: what's with the obsession so many people have over whether Deadpool is R-Rated? Is that really what makes it good for people?

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    Well, I think some movies are better at an "R" rating... Wolverine... Deadpool... these are traditionally violent characters. And toning down a movie for them, does take away from the potential of really keeping the character true to the comic.

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    Good answer.

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    Top Democrats on the Senate and House antitrust subcommittees would indeed be holding hearings for The Walt Disney Company's recent proposed acquisition of 21st Century Fox's film and tv studios, cable networks, and regional sports channels.

    No one is entirely sure when the regulatory process will be completed, both companies were already expecting it to last somewhere between 12 to 18 months, which is a similar timeframe to the Time Warner & AT&T merger.

    For comic book movie fans, this means it may be well over a year before the X-Men, Deadpool, and Fantastic Four actually make their way into the greater Marvel Cinematic Universe. Coincidentally, Avengers 4 opens in just under 18 months (17 months to be exact), so if/when the deal does pass regulations, a Phase 4 introduction for some of Marvel's finest seems more probable than not, barring any unforeseen circumstances.

    https://www.comicbookmovie.com/disne...expect-a156410

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