It’s official – Disney has acquired 20th Century Fox, meaning some hugely well-known franchises are now rubbing shoulders with Mickey Mouse…
This is the big one. Now that Disney owns Fox, the Marvel Cinematic Universe will likely swallow up the long-running X-Men movie universe.
Likewise, Fantastic Four come with this package too, meaning that all the disparate Marvel franchises are now back in one place.
The Simpsons are going to Disney land!
Disney has just added the most successful movie ever made – 2009’s Avatar – to their line-up. Nice for them.
You don’t usually associate Disney with sci-fi/horror but they have just acquired the Alien franchise.
… And also the related Predator franchise. Should we expect more Aliens vs Predator movies to come?
Here’s another one that’s surprising. Disney now has the rights to the Planet of the Apes series.
The truth is out there. And the truth is that Disney now owns The X-Files.
Family Guy is as about as far away from Disney as it gets but, hey ho, Peter Griffin can now meet Mickey Mouse.
Seth McFarlane’s other adult animated show American Dad! now also falls under Disney’s umbrella, too.
The Kingsman spy movies have been pretty sizeable hits for Fox so far, but now they answer to the House of Mouse.
Is Kevin about to be left Home Alone again now that Disney have their hands on the franchise?
Here’s one that seems very Disney-friendly. Ice Age is another franchise that’s now part of the family.
The recent Independence Day sequel flopped, but maybe Disney can reinvigorate the franchise?
The children’s horror series will now have the Disney touch.
Here’s one of the weirdest ones. Die Hard is now a Disney franchise! Yippekiyay, mother… lover.
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