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'Dark Phoenix' Director Discusses The Future Of The X-Men Franchise

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According to Comicbook.com, "With Fox becoming an entity owned by Disney, the future of some of the studio's biggest cinematic franchises remains unclear. One of those franchises in Marvel's X-Men characters. A cinematic world was launched in 2000 and the apparent "culmination" is arriving in the form of Dark Phoenix. Beyond this film, the X-Men stories might be coming to an end as we know them..." When asked if there will be another X-Men film, 'Dark Phoenix' director Simon Kinberg, told the press, "The easy answer is, no, I don't know the answer... And I don't know that Marvel or Disney knows the answer yet either. I think everybody is still figuring it out."

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