Originally Posted by JackMercy
FOX likes to make money, just like any studio. You don't spend the money and the time in logistics of getting all of these major actors together again purely based on a 'story whim.' There are always
industrial considerations. And First Class
made less than any other X-Men
film relative to its cost. Where do you go from there? You hire back and repair relations with the guy that started it all. He gets the original cast back. Boom - you have instant (nearly) guaranteed blockbuster. Pretty simple logic, methinks.
I don't see a traditional First Class
sequel happening beyond this. I just don't see a First Class
direct sequel having the same draw -- the anticipation's just not there. FOX knows this -- thus DOFP
I absolutely agree with you!
If FOX thinks they are gonna make more money featuring the cast that started this series, the cast that is portraying more well-known characters, they would be making more films with them. And if DOFP ends up as the top grossing X-Men film, it would encourage them more.
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