X-Men: Apocalypse (Image: 20th Century Fox)

The main X-Men series is struggling a little bit, but spinoffs like Deadpool and Logan are still proving that Marvel’s merry mutants have a lot of life left in them. Hopefully some of that life remains after 20th Century Fox completes a rumored plan of releasing six Marvel movies over the next four years, though. That comes from Exhibitor Relations, which has a good track record for this sort of thing, and its report says two Marvel movies from Fox will be released in 2019, three will be released in 2020, and then one in 2021—which suggests that there will probably be more in 2021, but they’re not on the schedule yet.

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These movies don’t have names yet, but from the release dates included we can discern that they don’t include New Mutants, the Deadpool sequel, or X-Men: Dark Phoenix. However, we can guess that one will be X-Force and one might be Deadpool 3, but even if we assume that the list also includes a New Mutants sequel, another entry in the main X-Men series, and the Gambit movie that’s never coming out, that still leaves one movie we don’t know about yet.

Of course, the rumor said Marvel, not X-Men, and 20th Century Fox does still own the rights to The Fantastic Four, so maybe that series will be getting another reboot in the next few years. We can only hope.

[via Screen Crush]

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