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‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix’ Glides Its Way Into The Marvel Cinematic Universe

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When news broke that X-Men: Dark Phoenix was being delayed, it caused a bit of concern. It was a bit more eyebrow-raising following the delay of The New Mutants. Fox’s secret plans to make sure “it’s all connected” are officially out in full force.

Joining The Universe

X-Men: Dark Phoenix producers are trying to incorporate the film into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Many of the reshoots are for the final act of the movie.

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Rumor has it they may try to connect with Captain Marvel. Much like X-Men: Dark Phoenix, Captain Marvel takes place in the early ’90s. The inclusion of Skrulls might be part of the reshoots. X-Men: Dark Phoenix is looking to become a box office smash on its new release date of February 14, 2019. That month has been particularly great towards fellow superhero flicks Deadpool and Black Panther.

The Ultimate Deal

Many fans have been waiting for Fox’s Marvel properties to finally join the Marvel Cinematic Universe. With last year’s Fox-Disney merger, it’s looking to become a reality. The deal will become finalized sometime in early 2019.

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“We’re looking forward to expanding the Marvel Cinematic Universe to include X-Men, Fantastic Four and Deadpool,” Disney CEO Bob Iger said in a press release.

Not So Fast

These X-Men characters won’t officially join forces with Spider-Man and Groot just yet. Following Avengers 4, Marvel currently has a Spider-Man movie for 2019 and a Guardians movie in 2020. The entire Phase Four slate will be officially revealed in the near future. Films that are rumored to be revealed include a Black Widow film, a Doctor Strange sequel, and a movie about The Eternals.

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With eight unannounced films set through 2021, you can expect the X-Men to make an appearance. Perhaps we’ll finally get a live-action version of the popular Avengers vs. X-Men crossover event?

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