X-Men Movie Writer Says He’d Gladly Help Bring Mutants Into The McU

X-Men Movie Writer Says He’d Gladly Help Bring Mutants Into The McU
Den of Geek recently had the opportunity to speak with David Hayter, the writer, producer and actor whose first big break in the film industry came when he had the opportunity to work on the screenplay for X–Men. The 2000 Bryan Singer-directed superhero film celebrates its 20th anniversary this summer and arguably opened the doors for the era of superhero movies we’ve enjoyed since.

X-Men was made at a time before Marvel Studios existed as its own entity (later bought by Disney) and the Marvel Cinematic Universe was still eight years away from its blockbuster launch with Iron Man. During the previous years before Marvel Studios came into being, the comic book publisher had sold the rights to various properties to different film studios.

The X-Men, one of the biggest Marvel brands, ended up with 20th Century Fox. The series eventually spawned 13 films, including the still-unreleased The New Mutants,
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