That’s SERIOUSLY it? A “Fox Marvel”🆚”Marvel Studios” type of problem?Why the hell didn’t they lead with that explanation from the beginning if that’s truly all? This is absolutely the first I heard about it anywhere. Not that I obsessed over this after the first few months, to be fair, but I do argue it occasionally since. The behind the scenes with the director and writers made this seem like it was entirely in their creative control. My guess, is they saw an opportunity to use it as an excuse to leave him out, and just didn’t fight to acquire him. And actually, I’m glad, because I don’t want Adam to be anything but a macho beef cake with a tacky bowl cut from my childhood memories. Positive Machismo is anathema in this new version.