Official: Marvel launched the next ”X-Men” movie

Official: Marvel launched the next ”X-Men” movie

After the impressive success of the animated series ”X-Men ’97”, Marvel launched the project for the next film ‘live-action’ of ”X Men”with the screenwriter of ”The Hunger Games: The Ballad Of Songbirds & Snakes”, Michael Lesslie. The film is still in early development with no cast or director attached and no release date set.

This project became one of the first screenwriting projects, once the writers’ strike was resolved. Marvel president Kevin Feige and his executives made it clear that there was no rush and since then they have been taking their time meeting with numerous candidates. Late last week, the decision was made to go with Lesslie.

In any case, if Lesslie’s arrival is officially announced, it will take a considerable amount of time until we see the long-awaited adaptation and return of the mutants to the big screen, for which they are looking, among other things, for a director to supervise development with Feige and Lesslie.

In this way, the news that Marvel has begun development on the film is sure to excite fans of the franchise who have been begging for a remake since Disney’s acquisition of 20th Century Fox and its library in 2019. The universe was by far the most popular and profitable Marvel intellectual property that Fox controlled with seven films and a successful spin-off franchise. wolverine which produced three more. However, after the disappointing release of the much-criticized dark phoenix In 2019, X-Men needed a makeover.

The end of “X-Men ’97” marks a new record on Disney+

The end of X-Men ’97 set a new record for Disney+. The episode, which premiered on May 15, garnered 3.5 million views globally in its first five days on the streaming platform. That makes it the most-watched finale of a long-running animated series since season 1 of What If…?according to the Walt Disney Company.

According to Disney, viewership had grown steadily over the four episodes leading up to the finale.

X-Men ’97 premiered in March with 4 million collective views on the first two episodes in its first five days on the platform.

The exact breakdown of each episode’s viewership is unclear, but it still indicates a strong and growing interest in the animated series, as the finale alone was almost able to match the viewership of the first two episodes in the same period of time. time.

As a bonus, Disney also says that viewership for the original animated series X Men 1992 has doubled since the release of X-Men ’97.

What ”X-Men ’97” is about

X-Men ’97 is a revival of the classic ’90s animated series. Written by Beau DeMayoX-Men ’97 revisits the iconic era of the 1990s when the X-Men, a band of mutants who use their strange gifts to protect a world that hates and fears them, are challenged like never before, forced to face a dangerous and unexpected new future.

The voice cast includes Ray Chase like Cyclops, Jennifer Hale like Jean Grey, Alison Sealy-Smith like Storm, Cal Dodd like wolverine JP Karliak like Morph, Lenore Zann like Rogue, George Buza like Beast, AJ LoCascio like Gambit, Holly Chou like Jubilee, Isaac Robinson-Smith like Bishop, Matthew Waterson like Magneto and Adrian Hough Like Nightcrawler.

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