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Source: 20th Century Fox
Interesting information was published by journalist Devin Faraci, a trusted person whose information is most correct. However, it is still popular, so take it at a distance.
X-Men in the MCU?
According to the journalist, the lack of announcing the X-Men or any mutated project in the fifth and sixth phases of the MCU is due to the fact that Marvel Studios cannot do so yet.
The reason is the contractual situation with Fox which legally lasts until 2025. So if they don’t want to use the same actors, they have to wait for the contract to expire.
She adds that this pertains to mutant projects and these contract details do not preclude the use of individual characters in different projects if the actors are already playing. Like the last Charles Xavier in the movie for example Doctor Strange in a multiverse of madness. It was possible because it was played by Patrick Stewart. According to Faraci, it will be impossible to choose a new actor in this role until his contract expires.
So, Faraci clarifies that in September, during the D23 event, MCU fans should not expect spikes in Phase 6 of the universe, as there are as yet unannounced projects with release dates. claim that The first X-Men will appear in Phase 7 of the MCU after 2025. So it looks like the new mutants will only start playing a role after the Multiverse saga is over. Unless Marvel Studios pulls some old actors back into their roles, like Patrick Stewart.
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