Marvel TV's Annie Geffroy Moves Back To Fox

390a859This is an interesting move. The Marvel website doesn't mention any Fox Studios movie based on a Marvel Comics property since  Days Of Future Past. No mention of the Deadpool movie, Fantastic Four or Age Of Apocalypse. It's a strong political move against a rival studio that happens to have the X-Men and Fantastic Four license, and one that Marvel has fallen out with.

The exception has been to the planned Fox TV shows based on the X-Men license. For them, for some reason, there is mention on the Marvel site, for the planned shows Hellfire and Legion.

Not much, but a little. But could there be more on the way?

Senior Manager of Global Publicity at Marvel TV, Annie Geffroy, who had previously worked in publicity for Fox, has announced that next Friday will be her last day at the company, as she is moving back to work at her previous employer.

Geffroy has worked at Marvel since leaving Fox in January last year, where she had been since 2010. Though likely she will return at an elevated level to the "Publicist" position she had held previously…




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