After reports circulated over the plot for the X-Men: Apocalypse sequel, 20th Century Fox confirmed that the franchise will be revisiting Jean Grey's iconic story line next year.
On Saturday, the studio announced new release dates for the next installments of the X-Men cinematic universe: Josh Boone's New Mutants is scheduled for April 13, 2018, Deadpool 2 will now bow June 1, 2018, and Dark Phoenix will hit theaters on November 2, 2018.
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El Duda wrote: »
Sophie Turner was an unremarkable Jean Grey.
I kinda hoped Logan would be the end of this run of X-men films. The timeline needs to be reset. It's too confusing now.
Agent Coulson wrote: »
Simon Kinberg now set to direct.
Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy & Nicholas Hoult all set to return.
Jessica Chastain is in talks to join the cast as well.
Skerries wrote: »
I thought J Law was done with the X movies
constitutionus wrote: »
ooooh some interesting news from CNBC.https://www.cnbc.com/2017/11/06/21st-century-fox-has-been-holding-talks-to-sell-most-of-company-to-disney-sources.html
What this basically means boys and girls is the xmen and fantastic four would basically be going back to marvel !
interesting times ahead.
IncognitoMan wrote: »
Hopefully if it went through they would let Deadpool stay R-rated but I don't hold out much hope.
Shred wrote: »
Ryan Reynolds has commented on this: https://twitter.com/VancityReynolds/status/927646287880744962
Bacchus wrote: »
This is turning into the "Disney's getting all the Marvel properties back" thread...
I've mixed feelings about it. I do like that Marvel will get the freedom to use characters (baddies in particular) as they please without restrictions. I also really like the thoughts of FF in the MCU. They're a perfect fit and the timing is right for a super-brainy hero to take over from Stark. However, all the X-Men stuff would just overload the MCU. To me, it'd be unwieldy to manage sheer volume of characters it brings into the fold. I also enjoy the different tone and style of the X-Men movies, particularly the more recent entries such as DoFP, Deadpool and Logan. I'd like to see the X-Men universe done right but keep that edge and slightly more grown-up tone. When Fox got it right, the X-Men movies are up there with the best, but there's also so much wrong with them that a straight up reboot of the series is needed. Deadpool is in a tricky spot so because I'd love to see it continue doing its own thing but then does that muddy the waters if there's a hard reboot? Maybe they could make use of the 4th wall breaking to play into that though with Deadpool recognizing that he (and all the other characters) has been rebooted.
Plopsu wrote: »
boneyarsebogman wrote: »
Why is that Uh-oh?