Bryan Singer is already planning ahead for a seventh installment to be shot in Canada which is welcome news for the Canadians.
While many are eyeing the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse as the last part of the X-Men franchise, Bryan Singer is certainly not giving up.
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The director is responsible for the current trilogy of the X-Men that included the younger versions of the iconic characters like Professor X/ Charles Xavier, Magneto, Beast and Mystique. James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Nicholas Hoult and Jennifer Lawrence reprised the role in both the movies which took place in the 1960s and 1970s.
The latest installment releasing on May 27, 2016 is probably set in the 1980s. The turning point in the X-Men: Days of the Future Past was the revival of characters due to the change in the past.
Apocalypse is probable to see some deaths in the past but the future characters and their fate is uncertain. After that sequel hits theaters, many have wondered what 20th Century Fox has planned for the X-Men franchise, since this adventure will close out the current trilogy that includes 2011's X-Men: First Class and last year's X-Men: Days of Future Past.
A recent report in Journal de Montreal claimed that Bryan Singer is coming back to Montreal in 2017 to direct a new X-Men film that will hit theatres in 2018. The report claimed that Bryan Singer will be opening its production offices in November 2016 at Montreal's Mel's Studios in order to prep for a shoot that will begin sometime in 2017.
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Mel Studios' Michel Trudel spent last week in Los Angeles, where he finalized a deal with 20th Century Fox's Joe Hartwick for this new X-Men movie. The details of the report haven’t been confirmed by 20th Century Fox yet. Heroic Hollywood is wilfully claiming that this project will center on the cast of the current trilogy, with James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender being eyed to return.