After more than a decade of waiting, fans can finally look forward to seeing the iconic superhero teams already missing in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Some of the biggest names in comics, such as the X-Men and the Fantastic Four, have yet to appear onscreen in Marvel’s film franchises. Thankfully, Disney’s recent acquisition of Fox opens up the possibility of seeing these beloved heroes alongside MCU characters soon, whether as retaliations for their prior versions or as newly rebooted heroes. While many details are yet to be revealed, especially as to when the X-Men might show up, fans are finally getting the hang of the Fantastic Four’s appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Fox’s Comic Book Franchise
Before the Marvel Cinematic Universe, comic book movies have never really been a significant cornerstone of cinema. Still, all the comic book movies of the ’90s and early 2000s certainly had some gems. Fox’s X Men The franchise was a cultural sensation starting with its original release in 2000. The film led to a franchise spanning 12 titles, arguably one of the few expanded universes of the same type as the MCU in film history.
The Fantastic Four hasn’t done so well in the past few decades as far as intellectual property. Fox released two versions of the eponymous Super Hero Team, both to relatively mild reception. Despite many fans thinking that the team’s film performance has been lackluster, the Fantastic Four is an iconic part of Marvel and arguably the first family of comic books superheroes.
Fantastic Four and X-Men in the MCU
Ever since Disney acquired the rights to Fox’s properties, fans have been itching to see these characters on screen. Marvel seems reluctant to rush into anything, though, perhaps aware that harming beloved characters with hasty introductions could have costly future repercussions.
Fox X Men There’s a lot of history and complexity attached to the film franchise through soft reboots and time-travel shenanigans, and fans will definitely want to see some of those characters back in the MCU. While Marvel has handled the introductions of these characters somewhat awkwardly, they haven’t completely dissuaded fans from giving fans some meta-jokes on their expectations. He’s at least already included Deadpool in the MCU in some way, and he’s definitely part of it. X Men Film Continuity.
According to imdb, as far as Fantastic Four, Disney announced in 2020 that an upcoming film with a superhero team would be directed by Spider-Man: Homecoming Director Jon Watts. There are many rumors swirling about what the team might face and who will portray whom, but it’s too early in the production cycle for unconfirmed rumours to hold much weight.
While fans don’t know much about what adventures the Fantastic Four will embark on in their upcoming debut, cnet Told that we can know which villain they will face. The outlet says they don’t think the team will hit the big screen until 2023, but bottle gourd It may have already been foreseen who they will face when they present Kang the Conqueror.
Endless Possibilities in MCU
as the end of bottle gourd As shown, the MCU is at this point an extremely complex machine of infinitely branching possibilities. That show, like other titles wandavision, and next Spider-Man: No Way Home The film shows that anything is possible in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As all these multi-faceted storylines progress, fans could see how Marvel would introduce iconic heroes like the Fantastic Four and the X-Men.
With time travel, alternate realities, and magic playing a more central role in Marvel’s already more grounded story, there are an infinite number of ways in which new characters can be introduced. This has led many fans to think that their favorite X-Men will be coming anytime soon, something that Marvel was not afraid to bring to light. wandavision.
People like the X-Men, and people like the Fantastic Four. It’s safe to say that Marvel isn’t going to miss out on the opportunity they have now. Marvel has been very good at delivering quality stories over the past decade and a half. This time around, fans will have to be patient and trust them to bring their favorite characters at the right time and in the right way.
‘X-Men’: Patrick Stewart admits to talks with Marvel Studios