‘Avengers vs Justice League’ More Likely to Happen after Latest Update

Warner Bros Discovery, currently facing financial turbulence with over a 60% probability of bankruptcy, and the possibility of Disney stepping in to acquire their movie rights paves the way for an "Avengers vs Justice League" showdown?

'Avengers vs Justice League' More Likely to Happen after Latest Update

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  • Warner Bros. Discovery, home to DC Comics and its cinematic universe, faces a staggering 60% chance of bankruptcy.
  • If Disney were to swoop in and acquire their movie rights, a hypothetical scenario emerges where an 'Avengers vs. Justice League' crossover becomes more than just a fan's dream.
  • In 2019, The Walt Disney Company, made a historic move by acquiring 21st Century Fox for a staggering $71.3 billion.
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The superhero landscape is undergoing a seismic shift. Warner Bros. Discovery, home to DC Comics and its cinematic universe, faces a staggering 60% chance of bankruptcy, while Disney’s grip on the genre continues to tighten. 

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And the possibility of Disney stepping in to acquire their movie rights, much like they did with Fox, is generating considerable buzz. This precarious situation has ignited a tantalizing possibility: could Disney’s potential acquisition of WB-Discovery pave the way for an Avengers vs Justice League showdown?

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Avengers vs. Justice League: A Potential Reality Amid Warner Bros Discovery’s Financial Turmoil?

Warner Bros Discovery, currently facing financial turbulence with over a 60% probability of bankruptcy, may be on the brink of a significant transformation. If Disney were to swoop in and acquire their movie rights, a hypothetical scenario emerges where the prospect of an Avengers vs. Justice League crossover becomes more than just a fan’s dream.

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It’s no secret that Disney’s acquisition of 20th Century Fox in 2019 was a game-changer, adding X-Men, Fantastic Four, and Deadpool to its already formidable Marvel arsenal.

The recent string of DC disappointments like Black Adam, and Ezra Miller starrer The Flash have cast a shadow over Warner Bros Discovery’s future. This vulnerability has fueled speculation that Disney, with its insatiable appetite for intellectual property, might see an opportunity to acquire its biggest comic book competitor.

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And what a prize that would be. Owning both Marvel and DC would grant Disney unparalleled control over the superhero genre, allowing them to finally bring the iconic heroes of two universes together on the big screen. Imagine Iron Man facing off against Superman, Hulk grappling with Darkseid, or Batman strategizing with Captain America – the possibilities are endless.

The possibility of Marvel and DC characters coexisting under the Disney umbrella opens the door to unprecedented storytelling possibilities. An Avengers vs. Justice League crossover would undoubtedly be a cinematic event of epic proportions. 

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Disney’s Marvelous Game-Changer: The Impact of the 20th Century Fox Acquisition

In a move that sent shockwaves through Hollywood in 2019, Disney’s mammoth acquisition of 21st Century Fox’s entertainment assets wasn’t just about adding another feather to its already overflowing cap. 

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The acquisition brought iconic characters like the X-Men, Fantastic Four, and Deadpool into Disney’s extensive Marvel arsenal, opening up a new chapter of possibilities and excitement for both fans and the industry at large.

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Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool

And if just like this, Diensy takes the acquisition of Warner Bros Discovery, it would control a staggering array of iconic characters: Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, and countless others. The prospect of uniting these universes in a crossover film like Avengers vs Justice League would be a dream come true for millions of fans.

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While these developments remain purely speculative at this point, the possibility of Disney acquiring Warner Bros Discovery and uniting the Marvel and DC universes is undeniably intriguing.

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Prantik Prabal Roy

Written by Prantik Prabal Roy

Prantik Prabal Roy is a content writer at FandomWire. With over three years of experience in content writing for various media houses, he takes great interest in telling stories about Hollywood celebrities and the world revolving around them. He has done his Master's in English literature and diploma course in journalism. Being a literature student, he has the ability to delve into the matter and analyse it thoroughly to give the readers a clear view on the specific topics.