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LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Announced

WBIE, TT Games, The LEGO Group, Marvel Entertainment and a cast of thousands announce LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, the next installment in the series of action video games combining LEGO toys with various other properties. This page offers details on the game, which is planned for release this autumn (Northern Hemisphere) for Windows, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii U, and handhelds. Here's a bit:

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes complements the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes construction toy collection, which brings the characters, vehicles and action of Marvelís renowned universe to the world of LEGO build-and-play adventure. There are currently eight iconic scenes from the X-Men, Iron Man and Spider-Man franchises available and more construction sets tied to the new Iron Man 3 feature film will launch later this spring.

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes offers an original storyline in which Nick Fury calls upon Iron Man, the Hulk, Thor, Spider-Man, Wolverine and other heroes spanning the Marvel Universe to save Earth from such threats as the vengeance of Loki and the hunger of Galactus, Devourer of the Worlds. LEGO and Marvel fans will enjoy classic LEGO videogame adventure and humor, while playing as their favorite Marvel characters.

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10. Re: LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Announced Jan 8, 2013, 19:14 Jivaro
 
Hyatus wrote on Jan 8, 2013, 18:40:
Jivaro wrote on Jan 8, 2013, 17:56:
My understanding is that when the current Spider-Man trilogy is done, so is the "splintering" of the Marvel movie licenses.

I doubt it. Fox still has the rights for at least 3 of the bigger franchises. In any case, I don't believe any outsider knows the contractual details for sure beyond that they include a [blank] movie every so often or they lose the usage of the characters.

According to this article, you are correct. Fox owns quite a few franchises and as long as they keep busting them out occasionally, it seems like they don't necessarily have to give them up.
 
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