Singer balances both television and film work, but already has made Marvel close to $2 billion of X-Men box office receipts.
Hugh Jackman presented his ideas, only to have them clarified – or corrected, depending on your perspective – by director James Mangold.
The man who helped launch Marvel on television will now run everything except the film side of the company.
An even bigger mystery is where such a new series would end up … but it almost definitely won’t be The CW.
Matt Angel will portray a young version of the Star Wars creator, who decides to quit film school, and has an adverse effect on two characters.
The comic book icon will appear at Rhode Island Comic-Con in a panel hosted by GeekNation’s very own Clare Kramer.
It’s not just about stock prices and profit margins, it’s also about one of the largest science-fiction properties we could ever love, adore and worship.