If you're wondering what's coming out from Marvel and Disney's collaboration then you can rest assure that its not going to be Duckerine or Mickey Xavier kind of stuff. Turns out their first unified hero could be Ant-Man, by Pixar.
In the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly, one sentence sparked a lot of conversation.
Marvel has thousands of characters to feed Disney's film, TV, and animation business (Pixar is said to already be eyeballing an Ant-Man movie). As Iron Man proved, they don't need to be iconic to become blockbusters.
Coming Soon reminds us all that many years ago British film producer Edgar Wright expressed a lot of interest in the Ant-Man title, and had even written a treatment for the comic on his own.
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