miércoles, 8 de marzo de 2017


Deadpool y Logan, dos películas mutantes clasificadas R han sido un éxito. Y el guionista Simon Kinberg, que no es tonto, en una entrevista para Deadline ha dicho que la película de X-Force, que será un spin-off de Deadpool 3 seguirá el mismo camino en cuanto a clasificación por edades que la podrán ver en cine.
En ese equipo mutante aparecerán Cable y Deadpool, junto a otros mutantes, y también ha confirmado que la película en solitario de Gambito, continua en proyecto de Twenty Century Fox.

 "The great thing working with a property that has been around for decades is that there’s thousands and thousands of rich, compelling stories and characters than we’ll ever have time to tell on screen. We are working hard on New Mutants, Gambit with Channing Tatum, Deadpool 2 and the new X Force movie where Deadpool is alongside Cable and other main characters."

"Deadpool 2 is going into production this year. Then X Force which is a combination of Deadpool, and Cable –they’re like the Black ops of the X-Men. They’re much darker and have an R-rated decibel. There are other X-Men characters coming into X-Force at different times in the comic, but it’s separate from X-Men."

"I talk to the studio all the time about this and there is a plan for how these movies can connect and be a part of a larger narrative. It’s something that’s fun, exciting and it will be interesting to see how we marry the different tones that we’ve been generating in these standalone movies of the X-Men universe. But we go into making the best movie we can. It’s not just about a Colossus or Deadpool cameo. Connecting all of these movies will happen when it organically makes sense. These movies aren’t simply being built as stepping stones to a larger story. Each one is wholly enclosed and a movie worth seeing."

Y sobre X-Men: Supernova, que se supone que tiene que comenzar a rodarse este verano, no descarta la posibilidad de que sea el director.

"I’ve read those reports. If I were to direct, I would certainly write. As someone who started his career as a writer then transitioned into being a writer-producer, when I make that transition into directing, I would definitely want to be the writer as well. It’s because I can’t imagine directing something that I didn’t create myself. Having made many great movies, the ones I feel the most emotionally connected to are the ones I wrote."

Si en Marvel Comics, continua el universo de los X-Men sin Wolverine, en cine va a ser también así.

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