By AI Creative Media
Spider-Man might have crossed over to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Captain America: Civil War this year, which prompted fan anticipation for possibility of a broader crossovers with X-Men and Fantastic Four sometime in the future like in the Marvel Comics.
Well, don’t get your hopes up. Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige recently put an end to this speculation during a recent interview and makes it pretty clear that such crossover won’t happen anytime soon.
“It’s an impossibility at this juncture. We certainly have enough films to keep us busy for a number of lifetimes,” Feige stated during a recent interview with Variety.
Although film rights for the mutants of X-Men and the characters of Fantastic Four are owned by 20th Century Fox, many people from both Marvel and Fox camps have expressed interest in seeing them come together, such as MCU directors Russo Brothers and Wolverine actor Hugh Jackman.
In the meantime, we can all look forward to Logan, the next X-Men movie directed James Mangold, and Guardians Vol. 2 next year. Logan comes out March 2, followed shortly by Guardians Vol 2 on April 25.