Marvel’s ‘X-Men’ reboot hires screenwriter of latest ‘Hunger Games’

Marvel’s ‘X-Men’ reboot hires screenwriter of latest ‘Hunger Games’
Marvel’s ‘X-Men’ reboot hires screenwriter of latest ‘Hunger Games’

The recent success of the animated series ‘X-Men 97’ has shown those responsible for Marvel like Kevin Feige there is still an almost fervent interest in his mutantsso they have decided to speed things up for the next movie live action of ‘X Men’. Although the project is still in its infancy, there is already a scriptwriter: Michael Lessliewho has also written the latest film ‘The Hunger Games’titled ‘Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes’released in 2023.

Marvel gets going with it reboot of ‘X-Men’ and hire the screenwriter of ‘The Hunger Games: Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes’

The media Deadline is the one that exclusively reported this information. Although The next ‘X-Men’ movie still has no director or actors, the critical and public success of ‘X-Men 97’ on Disney Plus after the broadcast of the last episode of its first season has made Marvel have to reorganize its agenda and give more priority to this project. And for this, they have decided to hire Michael Lesslie as main scriptwriter. It is also known that It will be a reboot or reboot of the mutants now as part of the MCUso surely many actors from Fox films such as James McAvoy or Michael Fassbender will not reprise their roles.

Marvel has signed Michael Lesslie, who was the screenwriter of ‘The Hunger Games: Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes’ (2023)

As we commented in the first paragraph of the news, Lesslie has recently participated in ‘The Hunger Games: Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes’ (2023), which is the fifth film in the saga and serves as a prequel to the first. It was a box office success and received good reviews. despite not having Jennifer Lawrence, one of the great attractions of these feature films, which is why We understand that a large part of its notoriety has resided precisely in its script. Thus, Marvel wanted to make sure they had a solvent scriptwriter ahead of the next live-action ‘X-Men’ movie.

‘X-Men’ will be part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

After Disney’s purchase of Fox, many intellectual properties such as the aforementioned X-Men were once again under the Marvel umbrella. This implies that the characters that appear in the new movies live action like Wolverine in ‘Deadpool and Wolverine’ are now part of the Marvel Cinematic Universeand this is a great incentive for this new stage of the UCM.

Patrick Stewart appeared as a variant of Professor X in ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ (2022), including his mythical yellow flying chair

Furthermore, thanks to the “excuse” of the Multiverse and the parallel and interconnected universes, We have already been able to see variants of characters from the ‘X-Men’ movies of Fox in the UCM as a variant of Charles Xavier in ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ (2022). This acquisition and return of properties and characters to Marvel opens the door for not only Professor and Wolverine’.

 
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