Re: Bryan Singer Directing X-Men: Days of Future Past - Part 4
I heard that on the boards here a long time ago Fox didn't want either of them in the movie and Singer kept pushing them to include them in. I guess it got so worse that it pissed off Singer so much that he took Marsden with him to do Superman. but it also pissed off Fox too and Tom Rothman wanted to have X3 beat Superman at the box office. so it kinda makes sense in a way of what happened.
Im so glad Fox fired Rothman. he seemed like the biggest bully to Singer and to everything that is X-Men. It'll be interesting to hear from the actors of what really went on...I'd like to hear it from James and Famke of what they thought about their roles and how they felt when they lost Singer as their director
Eva Green for Jean Grey/Dark Phoenix if Marvel gets the rights back for X-Men.
ďIt is some kind of a cosmic force that somehow felt drawn to Jean and her powers. It inhabited her body and mind, which made Jean vulnerable to losing control of her extended powers. Iíve seen what this cosmic entity can do, for I looked into Jeanís conscious mind and saw some things I didnít like and Scott, believe me; it is unlike anything weíve encountered of our time.Ē - Xavier