The Marvel Cinematic Universe is in trouble.
It’s the second time this decade the studio has lost the rights to a property that it had been promoting as its own.
Last summer, Sony Pictures announced that it would be pulling out of its deal to distribute the Thor film franchise, with the franchise being moved to Disney.
That news was met with widespread disappointment, and led to an online petition calling for the studio to bring the film back.
The petition gained more than 1,300 signatures, and was quickly followed by a backlash from fans and studios alike, with many suggesting that it was a deliberate attempt to make it harder for the movie to get made.
It’s not just the movie that’s suffering from a lack of film.
The Marvel Studios slate of upcoming movies, including Thor: Ragnarok and Captain America: The Winter Soldier, has also seen a drop in ticket sales.
In the latter film, Thor had been a big draw for the Marvel Cinematics line-up, but the film has been plagued by issues with its distribution.
In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, director Taika Waititi said that the studio was struggling to get distribution for Thor: The Dark World, due to its lack of distribution deals with Marvel Studios and Disney.
“I don’t know what they want,” he said.
“There’s a lot of great movies coming out.
I think it’s important for the fans to be able to go to their favorite movie and see it and enjoy it.
We’ve got some really great movies in the pipeline.”
Thor: Apocalypse director Joe Johnston told The Hollywood News that the film was still struggling to find a home at the studio, even though he was hoping to bring it back to theaters.
“The problem with the Marvel movies is they have such a huge audience, and when you get a movie like ‘Thor’ you don’t get a lot,” he told The Huffington Post.
“That movie was just one of those films that really didn’t resonate with the fans.
So they just kind of kept pushing it and kept pushing.
And the fans were always pushing back.”
A new movie may not have as much potential to gain traction in the short term, but its impact could have a long-term effect on the future of the film franchise.
The success of Captain America and the Winter Soldier has opened the door for other franchises to take a shot at the blockbuster action-comedy scene, and if this is the case, the MCU may not be as dependent on a film like Thor to be viable.
In addition to being able to release their own films, Marvel Studios has been able to keep their movies in theaters, which is a critical step in the franchise’s development.
That’s also where a sequel may have a much larger impact on the MCG.
Despite all of that, the studio will still be a huge player in the MCGs film universe, and that’s why it’s so important for them to find creative ways to get the films out there, and make sure they get made as many people as possible.