The latest trailer is open for final installation in this iteration of the X-Men series – and things do not look very good (neither for our heroes nor for the series).
The Dark Phoenix saga is one of the most famous (and popular) narrative threads in the comic book's long history, which should prove difficult to reproduce on the big screen.
The distribution of franchise rights will be revoked (owned by Fox, while Disney owned the rest of the Marvel (Cinematic Universe)), the Phoenix saga in the comics is heavily dependent on some plot elements still in use The MCU must be introduced.
Fox only gets something This second attempt to recreate the storyline was the first attempt to make it a colossal mess.
After two strong demonstrations (both creative and at the Box office), Fox's latest excursion into the wild world of the Uncanny X-Men The team struck a stumbling block with the chaotic and miserable "apocalypse."
There are still the individual narrative circles of characters like "Logan" and "Deadpool," both of which were successful at the box office.
The franchise, however, needs a good box office to claim it, at least it has the outstanding cast of James McAvoy as Professor Xavier, J ennifer Lawrence as Mystique, Michael Fassbender as Magneto and "Game of Thrones" star Sophie Turner returning as Jean Gray.