caption “X-Men: Days of Future Past” source Fox The “X-Men” franchise as we know it needs to end so that the Marvel Cinematic Universe can reinvigorate its characters after the Disney-Fox merger. Upcoming “X-Men” movies, “Dark Phoenix” and “The New Mutants,” have faced delays and extensive reshoots, which could spell trouble. The franchise’s timeline has become a convoluted mess, and the movies are only good when they ignore it. The MCU would breathe new life into the X-Men characters like it has others, but Disney shouldn’t be afraid to hit the pause button either. It’s been 18 years since the original “X-Men” movie arrived in theaters. It kickstarted a superhero movie revolution, leading the way for “Spider-Man” and other, less successful movies to follow in the immediate years after. Since then, the “X-Men” franchise has grown into its own cinematic universe, before that term was even mainstream. It’s spawned prequels, sequels, and spin-offs – some better than others. The Marvel Cinematic Universe owes a lot to the “X-Men” franchise, which has managed to churn out movie after movie over such a long period of time. And now, the “X-Men” franchise as we know it needs to end – if only… Read full this story
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