Among Fox's future plans was a trilogy based on the Ubisoft franchise.
A few days ago, Disney CEO Bob Iger blamed Fox's performance on the loss of $ 170 million during the third fiscal quarter. Due to this loss, Disney has proceeded to cancel many Fox projects.
With the acquisition of Fox by Disney, many Marvel characters such as Deadpool, the X-Men or the Fantastic 4, among many others, will be able to reach the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but not all that Fox had were license-based movies From Marvel, the company had about 276 movies in development - including low and high budget movies, as well as documentaries.
Disney has canceled many of Fox's productions, which are still in production are: Avatar 4 and 5 (since 2 and 3 are now in postproduction), Fear Street 2 and 3, Death on the Nile (sequel to Murder on the Orient Express), Bob's Burgers: The movie, the reboot of Garfield and the reboot of El Zorro, Z.
The list of canceled productions is quite extensive and includes projects such as Assassin's Creed 2 -which we know they wanted to do a trilogy based on the Ubisoft saga-, Children of Blood and Bones, the Flash reboot Gordon, Hitman 2, Magic: The Gathering McClane - a film about the origin of John McClane, protagonist of the Crystal Jungle - Mega Man - adaptation of the videogame saga - Steelskin - a new version of Rumplestilskin's story starring Andy Serkis - The Boogeyman - adaptation from Stephen King's novel - The Heat 2, the reboot of The League of Extraordinary Men, a new series of The Pink Panther and The Return of the Killer Clowns from Outer Space, among many others.