CNET Top 5
Top 5 characters Marvel Studios needs to take overOutside of the awesome Marvel Cinematic Universe are some great characters who could use help.
In the world of movies, most Marvel comics characters are split between Fox and Disney's Marvel studios. Fox has the rights to everything related to the Fantastic Four and the X-Men. Sony has the rights to Spider Man, but worked out a deal with Marvel Studios because Sony's Spider Man reboot was a dud. For every other hero, there's Marvel Studios. [MUSIC] Some characters might be better served if Fox and Marvel started working together. these are the top five characters that marvel Studios needs to fix. At number five, Doctor Doom. Your heroes are only as good as your villains. Doctor Doom is the right kind of bad guy because he can cause a constant stream of trouble. He is also a dictator of his own country. Need a storyline for Doom? Maybe you can bug Captain America or something. At number four, Wolverine. Okay, so Wolverine doesn't have the worst stories made by Fox. I mean X-Men Origins: Wolverine might be the worst movie with the Marvel name attached, but the other solo movie was pretty good. Wolverine has a history with lots of other characters including Captain America and even Spiderman. He'd be a welcome addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. At number three, Galactus. Not familiar with Galactus, he's locked up by Fox right now. He's known as a devourer of worlds. When you've got the Marvel Cinematic Universe with the Avengers you need huge threats. It doesn't get much huger than Galactus. Galactus did appear in Fantastic Four, Rise of the Silver Surfer, but as a giant cloud, a cloud. Forget the cloud. I bet Marvel Studios could figure out a way to make that ridiculous helmet make sense. At number two, Jean Grey. Every time we think we're about to get the Phoenix finally done right as a movie Were served up with a big steaming pile of nope. Now, if only Jean Grey's loan to Marvel studios, you can't really get a Phoenix saga. But maybe the characters will have a proper story arch. And at number one, the Fantastic Four. Yeah, this is a giant cheat because it's four characters, but these four need Marvel's midas touch, How on earth His flops continually mess up a Fantastic Four movie. Need a blue printed copy? Go watch The Incredibles. It rips off the Fantastic Four's family dynamics very well. And if you're upset that I've chosen four characters instead of one let's just pick one FF character to swipe and that one would be the one and only. That does it for this top five. For more check out top5.cnet.com. I'm Iyaz Akhtar and I'll see you online.