I read this morning on Comicbookresources.com that Fox has retained Simon Kinberg and Genre Films to “a new three-year, first-look deal that will include the expansion of the studio’s X-Men and Fantastic Four franchises.” This news, paired with the confirmed May 27, 2016 release date for X-Men: Apocalypse, as well as news of an X-Force film, suggests that there are big plans by Fox for a slew of movies. 820 more words
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We’ve been back in, re-tooled, and fixed the audio, so if you grabbed one of the episodes where Andy and I were about 5 seconds out of synch, jump back and grab one that makes (marginally more) sense when you listen to it! 148 more words
With 20th Century Fox having the cinematic rights to the X-Men and Fantastic Four characters, there has been previous talk of possible crossover movies with the two superhero teams. 254 more words
Simon Kinberg Tapped To Create Shared X-Men / Fantastic Four Universe For Fox + MY Ideas For This Universe!
Simon Kinberg, writer for X-Men: Days of Future Past, and his Genre Films banner have signed a three-year deal with 20th Century Fox, part of which will include helping the studio create a shared cinematic universe for their Marvel characters – X-Men and Fantastic Four. 1,164 more words