Though he enjoyed the bright Sophie Turner and other talented peers, the film 2019 “X-Men: Dark Phoenix” it was one of the last failures of a critical universe of the mutants. While the pandemic coronavirus has delayed indefinitely the launch of the “The New Mutants” (for the fourth time), many fans are anxious to know what is next for the franchise, now officially a part of Marvel Studios.
Probably we are still missing many years to see the popular team of heroes misunderstood blend in with the rest of the UCM. It’s not at all clear what has been planned by the producer Kevin Present for your debut. Even the actress, Sophie Turner, not known for sure what is happening. However, he admits that he’d like to have another opportunity to play Jean Grey.
In a recent meeting with VarietySophie Turner talked about her new series Quibi, “Survive”. But when asked about the potential return to the franchise X-Men under the guidance of Marvel Studios, this was the answer: “I don’t even know what the deal is, if Disney wants to continue in the journey of the ‘X-Men’ or not“ Turner said.
“But I always like to go back to that character, to that sharing, and that experience.” Then he added that he had a great time filming the movies, and even that “would kill to go back“. Under the guidance of 20th Century Fox, “Dark Phoenix” he also suffered reshoots and delays before its release in theaters. Among the biggest changes is eliminated to the Skrulls as the main villains, being replaced by a race of generic aliens changing.
“Dark Phoenix” and a disappointing critical reception
The specialized press and fans were certainly not friendly with “X-Men: Dark Phoenix”and even the director of “The New Mutants” Josh Boone, recognized the missteps taken in the franchise.“Look, you can only go up after Dark Phoenix“ explained Boone Empire. “That’s not to say anything bad about the people involved, but it was what it was. Honestly, I feel less pressured now” referring to his delayed work.