While we were reporting Comic-Con news to you folks recently, we included some Marvel announcements about Fantastic Four and Daredevil getting the reboot/relaunch treatment. 20th Century Fox, who owns the rights to Daredevil, needed to be in production on its reboot later this year in order to keep the rights from reverting back to Marvel. But now, that deadline is fast approaching—October 10th—and Marvel and Fox are now negotiating the fate of Daredevil. After supposed Daredevil director David Slade has bowed out of the project, it looks like Fox is prioritizing its other reboot, Fantastic Four. Fox may let Daredevil’s rights revert back to Disney/Marvel unless they agree to co-finance the film or extend the October 10th date. Fox has a little bargaining power here though: Marvel wants the rights to use Fantastic Four villain Galactus and his messenger the Silver Surfer in their own films. Fox owns both characters as part of their Fantastic Four deal, and aren’t giving them up so easily—especially with Chronicledirector Josh Trank secured to the project. Marvel and Fox will continue negotiations later this week.