Update: In a new report from CNBC, it's revealed that Disney and 21st Century Fox are close to striking a deal that would see the Walt Disney Company purchase the entertainment company and man of its assets. Now, though, CNBC is reporting that Disney's interest in Fox's properties hasn't wavered and that the two sides are still in talks.
Disney are reportedly in talks with Fox to acquire their film and television assets in a deal that would amount to a staggering $60 billion.
At present, Disney now own the rights to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Fox own the X-Men and Fantastic Four franchises.
Polls close! Atlanta chooses 60th mayor in history
Earlier on Tuesday, both Mary Norwood and Keisha Lance Bottoms , as well as Mayor Kasim Reed, cast their ballots in the race. Democrats have held the office of mayor in Atlanta since 1879, and Atlanta has had a Black mayor for the past 44 years.
CNBC reported that Disney would acquire the Twentieth Century Fox movie studio and television production assets as well as selected worldwide holdings in India and United Kingdom in addition to cable networks FX and National Geographic.
If Disney acquired the rights to these franchises, we could finally see some of our favourite comic book heroes finally cross paths on the big screen. We'll keep you posted.
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