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* La Marvel sta lavorando alla nuova versione di "X-Men".

* Lo ha confermato Kevin Feige al San Diego Comic Con quando ha detto che alla Marvel hanno in progetto un film sui Mutanti.

* Successivamente ha chiarito a IGN che con il termine "Mutanti" intendeva riferirsi a "X-Men", i due termini sono intercambiabili e non voleva indicare nulla di sottointeso quando ha parlato durante il Comic Con.

* Feige ha detto che l'approccio della Marvel ai fumetti di X-Men sarà abbastanza differente rispetto a quello che è stato fatto in precedenza dalla Fox.



Dal sito ComicBook:

Kevin Feige Says What Marvel Studios Does With X-Men Will Be "Quite Different"

Marvel fans can expect an unfamiliar future ahead for the X-Men movies. During the Hall H panel on Saturday night at San Diego Comic-Con 2019, Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige revealed the Phase 4 slate of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The X-Men are not a part of that schedule, but Feige did allude to “mutants” being something that Marvel Studios is working on.

Speaking to IGN after the event, Feige clarified that the use of the word “mutants” instead of X-Men is nothing to read into, but that Marvel’s approach to the franchise will be different than what’s come before. “Mutants and X-Men are interchangeable,” Feige clarified. “I just said mutants. But yes, whatever we do will be quite different than what’s been done before.”

20th Century Fox launched the X-Men movie franchise in 2000. The studio put out 12 films in total (counting Dark Phoenix, which was released after the Disney purchase of 20th Century Fox was finalized). There’s still one film left to release, The New Mutants in 2020, but the franchise is considered done with the release of Dark Phoenix in the eyes of most fans.

In another interview, Feige elaborated a bit about his feelings towards being able to work on the X-Men and Fantastic Four following the Disney-Fox deal, but remained vague on the details. "I'm extremely excited about those characters and about bringing Marvel's First Family up to the platform and the level that they deserve," Feige said.

“The truth is, I’m excited for all of them. I’m excited, and it’s not just the marquee names you know — there are hundreds of names on those documents, on those agreements,” Feige said at the Golden Globes. “And the fact that Marvel is as close as we may ever get now to having access to all of the characters, is something I’ve been dreaming about for my almost 20 years at Marvel. And it’s very exciting.”




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Dal sito Disinsider:

Just last week learned from a lot regarding Marvel Studios’ Phase 4 slate during SDCC. So we expect Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige to finally reveal some additional information on Black Panther 2, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, Captain Marvel 2, as well as the Fantastic Four and the X-Men.


Secondo i rumors, al D23, Feige potrebbe fornire ulteriori informazioni sul progetto dedicato a X-Men.


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