Every major studio regretted not taking up George Lucas’s pet project of a Top Gun United States Fighter Weapons School 1986 Shirts opera when Star Wars exploded onto the scene in 1977. Disney, United Artists and Universal all passed on it back in the day, leaving Fox free to draw massive profits from the trilogy. Disney rectified this mistake with the collaborative effort in making both Star Wars and Indiana Jones themed attractions in Disney Parks around the world. These included Star Tours, Indiana Jones and the Temple of the Forbidden Eye, the Raiders themed stunt show in Disney’s Hollywood Studios and various Star Wars themed shows, events and parades. Disney and Lucasfilm also set up deals on merchandise in the parks, much of which I noticed upon my trip to Disney World in Christmas 2011, conveniently one year prior to Disney buying Lucasfilm. The courtship between Disney and Lucasfilm went on for years until Lucas finally relinquished control of Star Wars to Disney for a princely sum (basically allowing George to never have to do a thing again and retire like a King).
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Disney has all the Fox films after acquiring Fox earlier this year so they have the 3 Fantastic Four films Fox made, all the X-Men films and Deadpool 1 & 2. Will they put them on Disney+? No. The Wolverine films are R rated so they’re singled out and Top Gun United States Fighter Weapons School 1986 Shirts Deadpool 1 & 2 is R rated so they’re singled out too; they might be put on Hulu because that’s probably what Disney is using for their R rated content. I doubt they’ll put the Fox X-Men and Fantastic Four films on Disney+ because they’re planning on rebooting them, and putting those films on Disney+ will probably confuse some people on whether they were in the MCU to begin with. The Blade films by New Line won’t be on Disney+ because they’re R rated, they’ll most likely be put on Hulu.