With Logan marking the probable end to Fox's X-Men franchise,
questions now arise regarding the future of one of the most
successful superhero movie franchise in Hollywood.
With Logan, we probably know that all the old Mutant characters
are dead by now including Professor Charles and Logan himself, but
this certainly cannot be the end of X-Men which has served as a
cash-cow to Fox Studio for a long time.
The relationship between two powerful mutants Magneto and
Professor X has been the focal point and matrix of all X-Men movies
so far, however, the franchise is now open to experiment and
explore new avenues, as according to the X-Men producer Lauren
"We cannot, once again, explore the Erik/Charles dynamic," said
As per the producer, X-Men can be rewoven on the basis of The
New Mutants or probably X-Men: Supernova very much in the line of
Guardians of the Galaxy.
"One of the things we do when we make these X-Men movies, to be
totally candid, is - any of these movies, it's on 'Star Wars,' too
- is you come up with fake names to throw people off the scent"
"And when you're out making the movie, the signs that show you
where the locations are said 'Nova,' or whatever the fake title is,
and people figure it out, and I don't even know why we do it
anymore," Donner added further.