These Marvel Scenes Would Probably Never Get Approved By Disney Today
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Change is inevitable. Things evolve, people age, sensibilities change. Things that were once common become embarrassing in modern light, but even more so when there’s less at stake. Now, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is the billion dollar juggernaut of the multiplex, miles from its plucky upstart beginnings with its cast of leftover characters like Captain America, Thor, Iron Man and The Incredible Hulk. From those touch and go beginnings to the record shattering Avengers: Endgame, the MCU has grown and changed. One of the biggest changes is going from a struggling comic book publisher with ambitions to become a major studio to the most major studio there is buying them up and taking the reins to the MCU.
Disney is one of the staunchest defenders of its brand and, with their new stablemate Marvel Studios, they’re no different. That means that some of the things that were acceptable in earlier Marvel movies might not be okay now that they’re under the flag of the family friendly Disney. From racy jokes to graphic violence, things are a little different than when they were distributed by Paramount and Universal. With stories like Demon in a Bottle that deal with Tony Stark’s alcoholism, in some cases, the comic books are allowed to be a little darker than their franchise friendly counterparts. Whether it’s for image or a changing social landscape, let’s look at some of the ways the MCU has changed now that it’s a Disney property.
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