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[STEAM][PRESS]Hot off of the success of X-Men '97, the MCU seemingly finds a writer for its own X-Men film


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have been teased in the
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for a little while now, but it's sounding like a film of their own is finally in the works.

In films like Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, and series like Ms. Marvel, the MCU has slowly been sowing the seeds of the X-Men, with the former having an alternate universe of Patrick Stewart's Charles Xavier slightly unceremoniously ******* off, and the latter retconning Ms. Marvel to be a mutant as opposed to an Inhuman. Now, as reported by
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, it sounds like Marvel is getting its **** in gear with the X-Men. According to Deadline's report, Michael Lesslie, the original writer behind the *********'s Creed movie, as well as last year's The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes, is currently in negotiations to write the screenplay for an X-Men film.

Deadline also writes that the film is still in early development, with no talent or director currently attached, and no release date currently planned. You probably also won't be surprised to hear that Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige is attached to produce, but then when isn't he? Both Marvel and Disney have recently found success in the nostalgic throwback/ comeback series X-Men '97, which is set to get a second season, though
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that animation takes quite a while, so don't expect it any time soon.

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