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Old 03-16-2013, 02:03 AM   #14
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Default Re: Fox's Shared Universe

Originally Posted by Thundercrack85 View Post
I don't see it amount to much more than possibly a cameo. The Fantastic Four are dead as a film franchise.
The FF are being rebooted as a franchise in 2015..... how does that equate to dead in any sense?

Originally Posted by def28 View Post
Until they successfully create enough crossovers films for The X-Men alone (teams,solos,events) that actually work and arent a jumbled mess they shouldnt even bother mixing them with FF.

They should do a Silver Surfer film and tie that in to FF before The Xmen and them meet. Granted they make them decent this time.
This is just my idea of how they could connect them:
In the end credit/post credits scene of FF they could have Sue tell Reed she's pregnant. Then in FF2 she could have had Franklin finally introducing the character. Then in the end of FF2 they could have Xavier come to Reed and Sue and tell them that he's sensed that Franklin is perhaps an higher than Omega-level mutant thereby establishing those two film series being in the same universe without it being weird because Franklin is a mutant so it'll make sense to the audience that he's popped up on Xavier's radar given his power level (reminiscent of the scene from X3). Then if X-Men DoFP fixes the timeline and we get more present time movies they could introduce some more X-Verse characters. It could be around 2020 when they do a crossover X-Men/FF Days of Future Present movie. This gives them enough time to set up movies and characters for both series.

1) Man of Steel 2) Thor 2 3) The Wolverine 4) Pacific Rim 5) Iron Man 3 6) Oblivion 7) Mortal Instruments: City of Bones 8) Ender's Game 9) Beautiful Creatures 10) After Earth
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