“What I think the Alita Army should do is keep peppering our family now at Disney and [let them know] how important it is to have another Alita movie and hopefully we’ll venture there one day.” – film producer Jon Landau
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During the event, there will be a giveaway with prizes provided by @Foxfire40900590. The prizes are two #Alita Hot Toys figures and three Alita: Battle Angel steelbooks. Watch him and stay tuned for rules to qualify.
If you have any questions you’d like asked during the QnA, you can drop them [in the comments section]. Please keep them age-appropriate (Tilly is a mid-teen) and respectful. If we get a lot, we’ll select the best to ask! Go for it!
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“The sci-fi adventure movie Alita: Battle Angel is going to be on the streamer in April. And if you have been looking forward to watching it, well, make it quick because it’s the last month it’s going to stay on Hulu.”
@vladdie777: “#AlitaArmy it’s time to sharpen your pencils again for the next #AlitaArtContest! Alita is THE most beautiful work of art and has inspired so much stunning fan art. Try to create something for her no matter your skill level, it’s just for fun! We will all vote May 2nd!”
Movie rights in Hollywood are not always clear-cut from the perspective of an outside observer. When considering the Marvel Cinematic Universe or Star Wars, it is immediately obvious who owns those IPs. Disney bought Star Wars from George Lucas in 2012, which in turn led to the decanonization of the Extended Universe as the franchise was reworked by its new owners. So it is quite obvious who owns that IP. The same is true with the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Disney can go in whatever direction they want with the respective stories & characters of said IPs. Yet when it comes to properties in which James Cameron is involved, especially Avatar and Alita Battle Angel, most media outlets report, and readers believe with the same conviction that these IPs are owned by Disney. In reality, this assertion is very likely to be far from the truth.
“Disney has announced that the 20th Century Studios film “Alita: Battle Angel” will be coming to Disney+ in Canada on Friday 2nd April.”
Months ago there was an alleged leaked video that showed Alita: Battle Angel coming to Disney+ in the U.S. on April 23. Some dispute the authenticity of the leaked video. If it had some truth to it, we could be seeing Alita on Disney+ soon. That would be a huge deal given that the film performed poorly financially in the U.S. where it needed to succeed the most.