Marvel, the famous subsidiary owned by the Walt Disney Company, is having one of its U.S. trademark applications for ‘WANDAVISION’ opposed by the Wanda Group, a very large Chinese conglomerate based in Hong Kong. The opposition proceeding seems to be filed just in time to potentially delay the release of Wandavision on Disney+. Click on this article link to learn more
The Marvel Universe received some unexpected news yesterday: due to a glitch between Vudu and iTunes, the new “Thor: Ragnarok” film was offered for download well before its planned February 20, 2018 release. Illegal copies are rapidly being downloaded after Digital Rights Management protections have been stripped away. Read about it here.
As Marvel sets its sights on working towards their new series and the release of the next generation of superheroes, they have filed six new trademarks for their next IP, Ghost-Spider. The name is supposed to be the new alias for the Spider-Gwen character, the female version of Spider-Man that is portrayed by Gwen Stacy.