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HeavyMetal4Life
HeavyMetal4Life - 4/8/2019, 4:44 PM
Not that surprising at all, I've been saying on here that we probably wouldn't see an X-Men film until around 2023. Not only will it take time for some of these new properties to come together for the big screen, but we need some breathing room between what the MCU will introduce and what FoX gave us.

Plus, I expect us to get some of these within the next 5 or so years, especially with Secret Invasion coming down the road. If you notice, Feige did not mention them above...





GAThrawnIGF
GAThrawnIGF - 4/8/2019, 4:53 PM
@HeavyMetal4Life - Hard to get Secret Invasion when Disney did a big "f you" to comic book fans and did a huge bait and switch with the Skrulls. Unless they suddenly turn massively evil from what Captain Marvel showed us, I doubt they'll return to threaten Earth.
HeavyMetal4Life
HeavyMetal4Life - 4/8/2019, 4:56 PM
@GAThrawnIGF - I know for a fact this topic had already been explained at length, so not sure why there is still confusion.

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