"My original ending didn't have the entire X-Family together the way they are in the film now".
X-Men: Dark Phoenix suffers from a rehashed plot, as The Last Stand already covered this, so I have no reason why Simon Kinberg and Fox decided to make this.
Historically, the franchise has performed well internationally, however with its $200 million production budget and a 23% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes, it's not looking promising.
Although the highly-anticipated film starring Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner played one of the most beloved characters in the series Jean Grey, Dark Phoenix is falling short of expectations, reported Variety.
Veteran X-Men producer Simon Kinberg makes his directorial debut with Dark Phoenix in addition to producing the film with Hutch Parker, Lauren Schuler Donner and Todd Hallowell.
The X-Men are the founding fathers of the current era of superpowers and capes that now dominates theaters not just summers but year-round. Dark Phoenix is expected to be Fox's final X-Men film featuring the core X-Men cast in the cinematic universe launched by director Bryan Singer in 2000 with the Disney-Fox merger now complete. I will say it was cool seeing Turner using the cosmic powers of the Phoenix Force.
What was the last thing he cut out of the movie and why?
Dark Phoenix does have a few elements similar to Civil War. The forced SJW "X-Women" line was especially atrocious (completely out of place and didn't fit with anything about the movie) and ultra cringe-worthy as was renaming the school after Jean Grey. That backstory is embedded in Jackman's and Stewart's textured and heartbreaking performances, discernible even to one hasn't seen a single other "X-Men" movie. If reviews and box office projections are any indication, Dark Phoenix brings it all to a close with a sputter. That's when Dark Phoenix is the strongest, when it's dealing with complex human emotions, not when it's trying to save the planet from aliens who want to take advantage of Jean and destroy the galaxy.
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