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Marvel Us Disney - How toy sales cured Tony Stark of his alcoholism

by The Jim Hill Media Podcast Network

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Aaron Adams & Jim Hill start off this week’s episode by talking about the “Marvel celebrates Stan Lee” event that was held last week at NYC’s New Amsterdam Theatre. They then discuss how Marvel Studios has cherry-picked certain elements from famous Marvel Comics storylines to use in its Cinematic Universe


Over the course of this episode, listeners will learn about:

Why Paul Bettany is so proud to wear his “Might Marvel Marching Society” button

What sort of character arc did Jon Favreau originally have planned for Tony Stark in “Iron Man 3”

Why might Marvel fans have to wait ‘til the Fall of 2021 / Spring of 2022 before they finally get to see “Deadpool 3”

Why Taika Watiti can’t promise that Jane Foster’s battle with breast cancer will wind up in the movie version of “Thor: Love & Thunder”

Why what happened to Peter Parker’s immediate family in the “Civil War” comic book may influence the way the third Tom Holland “Spider-Man” movie plays out


released October 18, 2019
Hosts: Aaron Z. Adams and Jim Hill
Editor: Aaron Z. Adams


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Jim Hill is a writer, blogger, and theme park historian, and he'll be the first to tell you all of the back-room deals and corporate gossip that happens inside the Walt Disney Company.

Len Testa co-authors the Unofficial Guide series of travel books, focusing on theme parks.
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