So this is something that needs to be talked about. Especially if you're a fan of Marvel and Star Wars comics, Marvel and Star Wars movies, Fox network, 20th century Fox, Fox news, Fox sports, Yes Network (a sports network owned by Fox), and Fox tv shows.
There is a bit of confusion on what Disney owns now that they bought parts of 20th century Fox for $52.4 billion. I will clear it up for you. To start this is integration is going to go into 2021 (at which point Disney CEO Bob Iger will step down as CEO) to make sure things go over smoothly.
Disney owns now the following: X-Men, Deadpool (which will continue to be rated-R confirmed by Iger and he said they are going to look into making more Rated-R films under a company owned by Disney so the movies will not necessarily say made by Disney but a company owned by Disney), and Fantastic Four.
Disney will own the rights to the Fox-produced shows such as: The X-Files, The Gifted, Modern Family, This is Us, The Simpsons, American Horror Story, The Handmaid’s Tale, Homeland, 24, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Hill Street, Blues,
M*A*S*H, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The Shield, Legion, Family Guy, American Dad, Cleveland Show, King of the Hill, and Bob’s Burgers.
They do not own Futurama since Syfy bought those rights. They also do not own Batman the Animated Series since that is owned by Warner Brothers and fox only had the license to show it. Disney does own now other movies such as: Avatar (which has been confirmed that there are plans to now make 4 more movies for that), Planet of the Apes reboot trilogy, War for the Planet of the Apes, all of the Alien movies, all of the Kingsman movies, The fourth Predator movie, and the original The Predator movie, Alvin and the Chipmunks, Night at the Museum movies, both Independence Day movies, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Die Hard, and all of the Home Alone movies.