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Old 07-16-2007, 05:19 PM   #1
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Default Should X-MEN Duplicate what Superman Returns Did?

Superman Returns picks up after Superman 2, as if parts 3 and 4 didn't exist and never happened. Even part 2 is in what they call a "vague" history....

Should the next team movie pick up where X2 left off and disregard X3?

That way all our favorite characters would be intact. Phoenix can emerge first as a force of good, before being corrupted.... Scott and Jean could finally headline the Phoenix/ Dark Phoenix storyline.

The cure plot could be combined with Sentinels....

You could also introduce the Hellfire Club as Mastermind, or Emma Frost tries to currupt Phoenix... and you could introduce Gambit...

All in all, X2 left us all with such great hopes for the next movie, that if another team movie happens, I hope it picks up where it left off. What do you all think?

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