Should DOFP be used to reboot the X-Men franchise?
Maybe Fox should try to reboot the franchise in a manner no one has ever created before.
Patrick Stewart/Ian McKellen are quite old and they can't play the roles of Xavier/Magneto anymore.The trilogy and Wolverine dual movies are riddled with errors and time confusion that can't be ignored for the sake of future movies.Fassbender has been fantastic as Magneto and so is James McAvoy as well.They are quite young and can play the roles of Magneto/Xavier for a long time as well.
Wolverine will prevent the assassination and will thus create an alternate future from 1973.So should that be used to create a reboot for the X-Men franchise?
I think Yes.This means new movies can be made and the mistakes of the past can be rectified.First Class will chronologically be the first movie to take place and the events of X-Men 1,2 and 3 will cease to exist.
This is what I like to see in the Post Credits Scene of X-Men: Days of Future Past:
Prof. Charles Xavier(James McAvoy) has seen the visions of the apocalyptic future and decides to build a team that will safeguard and protect the interests of both mutants and humans alike.Xavier believes the events of DOFP are too powerful for a human mind and also it isn't morally right for a person to know about the future.He thus erases the events of DOFP from the minds of Magneto and Mystique.The only other person who will remember the events of DOFP is a super intelligent Hank McCoy and he makes Beast the first member of his X-Men.Beast becomes sorta of advisor/friend to Xavier just like the beloved Animated Series
Last edited by Antihero; 10-30-2013 at 06:33 AM.