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Fox isn’t ready to give up on the Fantastic Four film franchise, and it’ll even enlist kids if it has to. After the last Fantastic Four reboot flopped, Fox is trying to figure out what to do with the franchise. It doesn’t want the rights to revert back to Marvel, so it will do whatever… read more

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Fox isn’t parting ways with the X-Men films anytime soon it would seem. 20th Century Fox announced the release dates for six mystery Marvel-related films on Friday. Here is how the schedule currently breaks down. 2018 20th Century Fox Marvel Films New Mutants – April 13 Deadpool 2 – June 1 X-Men: Dark Phoenix –… read more

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When you think Stan Lee you immediately think ‘action/adventure film.’ Good thing as that may be happening. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Fox has picked up the rights to Stan Lee’s life. Instead of a straightforward bio pic about how he created some of the most iconic characters in the history of comics, we’ll instead… read more

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Perhaps time does heal all wounds because the cast of Fantastic Four is starting to say they would return for a sequel. After all the drama surrounding Josh Trank and the way his Fantastic Four film flopped, no one, not even the studio, is calling for a sequel. Despite this, the cast is finally starting… read more

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20th Century Fox is in the midst of doing some significant schedule shifting due to an injured actor. Dylan O’Brien was injured on the set of The Maze Runner: The Death Cure back in April, and while it was supposed to shut down production for only a few weeks, his injuries were worse than first… read more

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When you don’t succeed, try again? Despite it being a horrible idea? Despite a horrible opening weekend for Fantastic Four, it appears that Fox is going to move forward with the sequel. A second film in the rebooted franchise was actually announced as far back as March 2014. The release date was even set for… read more

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Fox wants to launch an X-Men TV series, but first it needs Marvel permission due to the nebulous situation with the rights. Speaking at the annual Television Critics Association gathering, Fox network co-chairman Dana Walden said that the network is indeed looking into the possibility of a TV series based on the X-Men. “We’re in… read more

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20th Century Fox is getting serious about being in the Marvel movie business as it has announced the release dates for three upcoming films. It seems that 20th Century Fox wants to put its few Marvel film licenses to good work. In the 1990s, when Marvel was in desperate need of money, it sold the… read more

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Choose Your Own Adventure is on the move with a pair of writers and a director now announced for the project. Through what can only be chalked up to someone losing a bet, the Choose Your Own Adventure film over at 20th Century Fox has now picked up a director and a script team to… read more

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20th Century Fox has secured a deal with Hasbro to produce a series of films based on the popular fantasy card game, Magic: The Gathering. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Fox has put Simon Kinberg – who is also helping with the X-Men and Fantastic Four movies at the studio – in charge of turning… read more

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Could Fox be planning to make its own mini-Marvel Cinematic Universe? The rumors seem sure to be pointing that way. According to a report from The Motley Fool, the studios that have Marvel properties to their name – Spider-Man at Sony, and the Fantastic Four & X-Men at Fox – both really want to ride… read more

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The X-Men movie franchise isn’t slowing down any time soon as Fox has confirmed X-Men: Apocalypse for 2016. First, Bryan Singer, the director of X-Men, X-Men 2 and X-Men: Days of Future Past – posted a tweet with a tease. #Xmen #Apocalypse 2016! — Bryan Singer (@BryanSinger) December 5, 2013 And then Exhibitor Relations kicked… read more

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