Disney & Sony Spilt up & It’s Disney’s Fault! But!

The Glorious Movie Show Episode 215

Greetings and Salutations Everyone Welcome to the Glorious Movie Show, the most Glorious Movie podcast in the entire galaxy.

We give you your weekly dose of all things Movie Related News and offer a little bit of insight into what it all means, but with not much insight.

In today’s 215th episode. Disney & Sony have Spilt up! What does it mean for Spider-Man & the MCU? Matrix 4 is ago! Uncharted Movie losers ANOTHER Director! & we have 2 Chillingly good Trailers to talk about! All that and more on the Glorious Movie Show.

I am the Glorious One Mr. Moody, and joining me today as is every Saturday, is the Foxes on the Run, He’ll Always be Honest with you, he’s Glorious Red-Bearded Man, Daniel ‘Foxes’ Fox.

Glorious Movie News

Disney & Sony Spilt Up! Spider-Man out of the MCU!

‘Matrix 4’ Is Officially a Go!

‘Uncharted’ Movie Loses yet another Director!

Is it Good? Is it Meh? Or is it a Turd in the Wind?

Teaser Trailer for ‘Bombshell’

First Trailer for ‘The Report’

First Trailer for ‘Motherless Brooklyn’

New ‘Rambo: Last Blood’ Trailer

Disney Pushes ‘Cruella’ Movie to Summer 2021

What Films are coming to a Theatre near us?

The UK Releases: ‘Angel Has Fallen’ ‘Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark’ ‘Crawl’ & ‘Pain and Glory’

North America Releases: ‘Ready or Not’ ‘Angel Has Fallen’ & ‘Overcomer’

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  • ringtonesdump.com
    29 October 2019 at 5:47 am
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    reporting that Rothman was willing to give up as much as roughly 25% of the franchise and welcome Disney in as a co-financing partner in exchange for Feige’s services. In the end, though, Disney was intractable, and Rothman pulled out of the negotiations. He seems to feel that Sony has learned all the lessons it needs to from Kevin Feige and Marvel Studios, and that they no longer need this partnership to make Spider-Man a success. Rothman actually has good reason to be confident. Despite a lackluster run for Spider-Man movies from 2007-2014, the more recent success of 

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