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Old 02-03-2013, 11:46 PM   #767
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Default Re: Bryan Singer Directing X-Men: Days of Future Past - Part 2

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And lets be honest, what biggest thing Fox could do with the X-men franchise appart from getting the full original cast back for X4 or even X4 and X5?

Thats their wildest card. I dont know if they will play it, but thats their wildest card, and more if they use a villain as famous as Apocalypse, as most of the users have mentioned.
I would say that, between the two, this is their wildest card. Days of Future Past is a crossover movie, featuring the old cast, new cast, time travel, and robots. There are more possibilities with this movie than a sequel to The Last Stand, featuring Apocalypse.

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When X3 was released, they clearly stated they want to release a couple of spin-off movies before doing a X-Men 4 movie. It was not like they lost confidence continuing the series with a X-Men 4 movie.
No, they didn't. You make it sound like Fox issued a press release, stating its X-Men film goals for the next 10 years. That's not the case at all. It has always been very up in the air. It still is.

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Besides, X1 and X2, all of the X-Men movies got the budget that they deserved. Back in 2006, X3 was the most expensive movie ever made! Origins got a decent budget of $150 million and that movie was a spin-off. First Class which didn't feature the X-Men most well-known characters got a budget of $160 million. The problem with FOX is they don't know have to maximize their budget and they should work with better visual effects companies.
The problem with Fox is that the studio waits to the last minute to do things, and that costs money--a lot of money.


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