Theme Park License Agreement

So if you don`t hear about another deal, don`t dream too much of a Gotham Island at Universal or an Avengers trip to Disney`s Hollywood Studios. If they don`t make an offer to someone else they can`t refuse, the DC characters in the Six Flags and the Marvel characters will stay at Universal Orlando for years to come. Who is granted the rights to use these characters in theme parks? Six Flags More: New attractions are coming to 2019 at Hey theme parks, there are really some interesting things. The most interesting thing is that Warner Bros. has some opportunities to get out of the deal. It is likely that Warner Bros. could terminate the contract, as in any contract, if Six Flags did not pay the contract or request Warner Bros.`s permission for the use of the characters, if it had not done so. But the above language explicitly mentions two other ways, as Warner Bros. could pull the license. Six Flags pays an annual royalty to Warner Bros. to continue using these characters and must also obtain permission from Warner Bros. for any use of its characters. According to Six Flags` annual report, filed with the U.S.

Securities and Exchange Commission, Six Flags paid warner Bros. $3.3 million for its DC ad Looney Tunes license in 2011 (the last year six Flags published the figure) for its DC ad Looney Tunes license, in addition to an unspecified amount representing 12 percent of merchandise sales in the park with these characters. Retheme the lagoon side for the Black Lagoon creature So, what about live action DC comics, like those in Tim Burton`s Batman series, then Nolan`s Dark Knight and now Superman. To whom are the themed parking rights (if they are overhumed) for them? I know there are links to Warner/DCMaybe I`m just confused, (very possible), but the wording there, “Warner Bros. and DC comics animated characters” makes me believe that the comic book and/or computer or hand-drawn characters only, not live action depictions. Or is there no difference between the two? Robert Niles writes: “Epcot`s monorail leads to this park, so if a Marvel character were depicted on these trains, Disney would be in breach of contract with Universal and would be liable in a potentially evil and costly litigation.” Disney has the right to bring Marvel characters to Disneyland, Hong Kong Disneyland, and Disneyland Paris (or to the theme parks of other companies outside the Eastern United States or Japan), but it can`t do anything with those characters in theme parks in the eastern United States or Japan. . . .