The X-Men have returned to the screens with a new mission, although not with the best reception from critics. Now that she’s finally hit theaters, it’s actress Famke Janssen (X-Men: The Final Battle) who approves the final result of Dark Phoenix.
In an interview with Variety During the red carpet of the film, the actress who since the 2000s donned the character of Jean Gray and made her leap as the Phoenix in the third installment of the X-Men in 2006 gave her final verdict on this reboot and he said he felt very happy about the result of this adaptation of the comic.
«I am very happy that Dark Phoenix has its own movie because it deserves it. And it’s really a powerful and very important story in the comics, that The Final Battle where we only touch a very small part. It was something that needed to be told in a very well developed way in a movie and now it is something that is happening. And it is wonderful.
In addition, in that same interview he was asked if at some point he would like to return to the mutant franchise. However, the actress only limited herself to answering that if someone offers her a stake, of course she would consider it.
We last saw Famke Janssen as Jean Gray in Wolverine: inmortal Y X-Men: Days of Future Past where her stakes began to be less visible, after Sophie Turner was billed as the young version of the mutant redhead. The chances of his return seem slim considering that Dark Phoenix is the latest installment in the franchise entirely run by Fox.
Disney currently owns the film rights to the X-Men and Fantastic Four. However, Kevin Feige, president of Marvel Studios, still has no plans for a possible reboot of mutant superheroes, although we may have news of them until 2021.
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