The Worst X-Men Movies Coming to Disney+

The New Mutants coming soon to Disney+.

by Charlene Badasi | published

X Men Made his big screen debut 22 years back in 2000 with the release of the major film. its sequel, X2 was released in 2003, while the third installment of the original trilogy, X-Men: The Last Stand Made its way into theaters in 2006. The films brought the iconic mutants to life, turning Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine and Patrick Stewart’s Professor X into legacy characters. After each project outlived its predecessor, several spin-offs were released with varying levels of success. it ended with 2020 the new mutant Which is moving to Disney+ soon.

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Billed as a horror thriller, the new mutant Directed by Josh Boone from a script he co-wrote with Nate Lee. The story follows five young mutants who are discovering their abilities while being held in a secret facility for psychiatric evaluation. When strange events begin to happen, both their new mutant abilities and their friendship are put to the test as they struggle to survive it. It was released as a standalone film and served as the 13th installment at 20th Century Studios. X Men film series.

Boone and Lee first began working on the film after The Fault in Our Stars formerly wrapped. both laughed the new mutant as a trilogy X Men Producer Simon Kinberg. He was officially signed on to the project in early 2015. Once the casting process was complete, filming began in 2017 at Medfield State Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. Although the film was aiming for a 2018 release, the reshoots and Disney’s acquisition of 20th Century Fox were delayed. After the deal was finalized, the film was completed without a reshoot.

But while most entries X Men suffrage was appreciated, the new mutant was not one of them. The film received generally mixed-to-negative reviews and was considered a box office failure after grossing only $49 million against a production budget of approximately $80 million. Aggregator on Reviews rotten Tomatoes, the film still holds a poor 35% approval rating, with the general consensus describing the spinoff as less than the sum of its super-powered parts. The audience score is only slightly better at 56%. As a result, any plans for a sequel went awry.

Interestingly, Bob McLeod who co-produced the new mutant In 1982 with Chris Claremont, recently shared his thoughts about the film. talking to slashfilm, he said that horror was an interesting way to skew audiences who usually didn’t care about the story. He said, ‘I was not against it at all. “I didn’t think it was the best way to go. But I was just glad they were making a film on something they were working on.”

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However, MacLeod took issue with The New Mutant character design. “I don’t see anything contributing to the book in the film, except maybe more girls on the team,” he explained. “I mean, none of the characters look like what I designed them to look like.” one in previous interviewMcLeod said he wanted the film to have a strong origin story for the characters to win over new franchise fans who hadn’t read the comics.

But, now that property rights X Men Marvel is back, the franchise is probably in for a major change that will wipe out the new mutant Remember. While the studio has been fairly secretive about their plans X-Men, and Signs of his arrival in the MCU were finally revealed Ms. Marvel season finale. After Kamala successfully cements her place as a superhero after an epic battle with Agent Dever, the story takes an unexpected turn.

While talking to her BFF Bruno about her research into her DNA, we learn that there may be some kind of “mutation” in her genetic makeup. This is the reason why Kamala is the only person in her family who can reach Noor. As the pair continue their conversation, the acquaintance X Men The tune briefly plays in the background. For now, Marvel hasn’t revealed any other news about the iconic mutants. But the studio will likely stay away from any links to malfeasance. new mutants Thin layer.

During this, the new mutant Will be added to the Disney+ streaming service on October 14. The film has a stellar cast that includes Anya Taylor-Joy as Magick, Charlie Heaton as Cannonball, Maisie Williams as Wolfsbane, Henry Zaga as Sunspot and Blue Hunt as Fallen Mirage.

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