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15th January 2019 - Film Dead





7th September - Drew Goddard to Write Script & Direct X-Men Spinoff; Deadpool to Star

EXCLUSIVE: Fox has set Drew Goddard to write and direct X-Force, the X-Men spinoff film that revolves around Deadpool and Cable leading a Black Ops force of down and dirty mutant warriors who are far more ruthless than their X-Men counterparts. Kinberg, Ryan Reynolds and Lauren Shuler Donner are producing. Goddard is next directing for Fox Bad Times at the El Royale with Chris Hemsworth and Jeff Bridges, but he has already cracked the script and will roll right into X-Force when he is finished.

Reynolds’ Deadpool will for sure be the centerpiece of X-Force, and when Kinberg discussed the property publicly, he added Cable as a major component. Josh Brolin is playing the character in Deadpool 2.

Getting Goddard is a coup for the studio. He has been destined to spearhead a superhero franchise for a long time. Aside from launching the Daredevil series for Netflix, Goddard wrote to direct The Martian, but stepped aside for Ridley Scott to instead direct his script for the Spider-Man villain spinoff The Sinister Six, until that film was scrapped for the new iteration of the webslinger. Now Goddard has his franchise.
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  • 27th December 2015 - Lineup Possibly Revealed



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  • 3rd December 2013 - Rob Liefield Confirms Deadpool And Cable















  • 12th July 2013 - Jeff Wadlow Writing script + May Direct
    Jeff Wadlow, who is readying for the Aug. 16 release of Kick-Ass 2, has been tapped to write an adaptation of X-Force, an X-Men spinoff being developed by 20th Century Fox.

    The news comes on the heels of various blogs reporting Friday that the studio registered X-ForceMovie.com a few months ago.


  • 12th July 2013 - Film In Development
    This past week or so, we’ve been “off camera,” chasing rumours that Fox are on the verge of announcing plans for their extended X-Men movie universe. We were tipped off that they will – unsurprisingly – be using their panel at Comic-Con as the launch pad.

    We did know already that Brian Singer will be there in San Diego, presenting X-Men: Days Of Future Past, a film which already brings together – if indeed they were ever apart – the previous X-Men movie timelines.

    We’re still not sure which titles will make up the studio’s new mutant-based movie line, though X-MenFilms.com have uncovered one domain registration that’s pretty much a smoking gun. According to the who is registration info they’ve dug up, Fox have an X-Force The Movie URL registered and ready to roll.

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