"Any other movie studio would just re-cast and move forward with production. Money is money is money. But, what Marvel has proven to do differently, is to actually give a crap about who they can sign on for three to six movie deals. For the most part—considering the sheer size of their character cast—they’ve succeeded. What they’re creating is a fully living and breathing fictional universe, and the longer they can maintain that immersion by using the same actors, the longer they’ll ensure their general audience numbers continue to grow. Because, let no one be fooled: the comic fan is not Marvel’s target audience anymore… not with their cinematic work… and not with their comics. Alonzo and Co. may have finally embraced what it takes to invigorate the stagnant market. Their business model no longer requires them to keep the status quo in their books. The aging fanboy is becoming voiceless. Embrace the change with the company, or move on to something else, or somewhere else."