Seeking to dismiss a suit filed in October, the Walt Disney Co. declared that Stan Lee Media's effort to claim the rights to Marvel characters is "flawed beyond cure."
A federal judge has handed a key victory to Marvel Entertainment, ruling that the heirs to comic creator Jack Kirby cannot reclaim rights to a bevy of characters including Spider-Man, Fantastic Four…
Last week, Disney wasn't in the superhero business, having distributed Pixar's "The Incredibles" but produced little else to capitalize on popular comicbook characters.
With more than 5,000 crime fighters and villains in its library, Marvel Entertainment is looking for some help in adapting those characters into films.
Samuel L. Jackson has buried the hatchet with Marvel Entertainment, making a deal to play the role of Nick Fury in "Iron Man 2," and potentially many other films.