I Do Not Want an X-Men/Fantastic Four Movie Crossover
I agree with most of what was said in this article. And I’d like to throw my hat in the ring saying this is a bad idea.
- Big X-Men secret reveled + Fantastic Four crossover (njc76.wordpress.com)
- How “The Avengers” Is Ruining the Superhero Movie (thenerdsofcolor.org)
- How ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ Leads To Apocalypse (screenrant.com)
- Simon Kinberg to Make Expanded Universes for ‘X-Men’ and ‘Fantastic Four’ Films (slashfilm.com)
- Fox Announces Another X-Men Movie. Here’s What It Means for Disney. (fool.com)
Ever since the monumental success of Marvel’s The Avengers movie – to the tune of 1.5 billion dollars – all of the other studios are scrambling to make team-up movies as well. Because when something succeeds in Hollywood, everyone else wants to do that exact thing (hence the 3D craze). The sequel to Man of Steel is now going to feature both Batman and Wonder Woman, with rumors of even more Justice League cameos.
But making even less sense is the desire of FOX Studios to put their X-Men and rebooted Fantastic Four franchises into a shared universe. I may just be another nerd angrily ranting on the Internet, but I have zero interest in this coming to pass.
First of all, this reeks of studio manipulation, and I don’t like studio manipulations. Marvel and Disney pulled off a masterstroke combining their Iron Man, Thor, Captain America and Hulk…
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Posted on December 9, 2013, in Marvel, The Fantastic Four, X-Men and tagged Avengers, Days of Future Past, Fantastic Four, Mark Millar, Marvel Comics, Marvel Studios, Simon Kinberg, X-Men. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.