The Marvel Cinematic Universe is finally getting closer to starting work on their upcoming X-Men movie as a massive update emerges about the reboot.
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- The X-Men movie is finally progressing with the Marvel Cinematic Universe reboot, as writer meetings are set to begin this fall.
- Marvel Studios and Disney are taking their time to develop the anticipated X-Men movie, with the writer decision expected to be made in 2024.
- Fans have been eagerly waiting for Marvel Studios’ plans for the X-Men since Kevin Feige’s tease in 2019, and it seems that the focus will be on the X-Men as a team rather than a solo character.
The X-Men movie is slowly starting to move forward as new updates about the Marvel Cinematic Universe reboot indicate what the next step is for the project. Ever since the X-Men rights reverted to Marvel Studios, speculation has been endless about when the MCU will actually bring them in. While The Multiverse Saga is still ongoing, the MCU audience has been waiting patiently since Kevin Feige’s tease at San Diego Comic-Con in 2019 to find out what Marvel Studios has planned for the X-Men.
With the Writers Guild of America strike officially over, Marvel Studios and Disney are seemingly looking to get one of their biggest projects into development. According to Deadline, writer meetings are set to begin this fall as Disney and Marvel Studios look at pitches for what the trade calls “its anticipated X-Men movie,” making it sound like the first mutant-based movie in the MCU will indeed focus on the X-Men rather than one single character. Reportedly, there is no rush to fill the position as “that writer decision will likely be made at the top of 2024.”