The Marvels creative team discusses possible clues in the film indicating the mutant group’s upcoming entry as fans eagerly await the much-anticipated introduction of the X-Men in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Director Nia DaCosta, executive producer Mary Livanos, and composer Laura Karpman all addressed rumours that The Marvels include some X-Men involvement in an interview. There were allusions to songs from Days of Future Past and X-Men 2, two X-Men sequels, in the production notes for the movie. All three of them gave cryptic answers when asked whether they thought the songs had anything to do with a larger X-Men link in the Captain Marvel movie. “Yes,” DaCosta said. Yes, I also adore the X-Men. It’s among the greatest superhero movies ever made, in my opinion. It holds a very special place in my heart and is very unique. However, I didn’t do it with an intentional reference to the song. However, I believe Laura may have been motivated in that way.”
Fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe have been looking for any hint as to when the X-Men will appear in the films. When the phrase “comes next” and the letter X lingered on screen for a few more seconds at the conclusion of the newly published teaser, The Marvels fueled even more rumours. Regarding the soundtrack or the trailer’s clue, Livanos and Karpman didn’t say anything but they also didn’t rule out a connection. “Well, that’s all I can say about that—the idea of X anything is incredibly exciting,” Livanos remarked. Karpman then added, “I think I’m going to let everybody go and enjoy the film and see what they see as far that goes.” With that, you’ll have some fun.” It appears like just a matter of time until the mutant supergroup makes its premiere, with other future MCU projects like Deadpool 3 including prominent X-Men characters and affiliations, including rumoured cameos by Halle Berry’s Storm and Taylor Swift’s Dazzler. It’s anticipated that an X-Men remake film will be produced at some time, however the exact date is unknown. The most recent X-Men film to be released was Dark Phoenix (2019), which was 20th Century Fox’s final installment in the franchise.
The Marvels will wrap up the MCU picture schedule. At one hour and forty-five minutes, the Captain Marvel sequel will have the shortest running duration in the history of the film universe. The tale revolves around the trio’s power switching as they explore a wormhole connected to the evil Kree. The tentpole stars Brie Larson as Carol Danvers, Teyonah Parris as Monica Rambeau, and Iman Vellani as Kamala Khan/Ms. Marvel. Additionally included are Zawe Ashton (Dar-Benn) and Park Seo-Joon (Prince Yan). The Marvels is expected to make between $50 million and $80 million on its opening weekend, with presales allegedly less than those of two underwhelming DC Extended Universe films. The film’s sequel, which came at a production cost of just under $275 million, will have a difficult time matching the success of its predecessor, which was well acclaimed both critically and commercially and brought in over $1.13 billion worldwide.Follow us to get free & fast MCU Movies/Shows Leaks & News