Even though crazy, Luke Cage & amp;, And iron fist They have no future in Netflix – they may not appear anywhere in the next two years because of a clause in the original Walt Disney agreement for 2013 with Netflix, according to last date.
Reports in Hollywood say that the characters who appeared in the performances – as well as the actual performances – are actually transferred from any project other than Netflix for two years from the date of cancellation. If we go by the dates canceled their cancellations, these clauses will expire October 15, 2020 for iron fist, October 22, 2020 for Luke Cage & amp;, And November 29, 2020 for crazy.
A similar window to Marvell's netflix and DVD-Blu-ray editions led to the same physical releases 18 to 24 months after their debut.
This section does not seem to prevent players from these instances appearing in other non-Netflix Marvel projects; Both Stan Lee and Alper Woodard appeared in different figures on both sides of the Netflix / Marvel Studios divide.
THR Also notes that The Punisher – Its second season is said to debut in January – was not part of the initial Marvel / Netflix transaction, and therefore can not (or may) be subject to this clause. However since Punisher debuted on crazy Before it spins, the terms of these contract are very unclear.
Marvell's first deal with Netflix was announced in October 2013, with their flagship display – crazy In December 2011.