This sounds really terrific, and is right in line with Fox's new edict of making very distinct superhero movies.
Hugh Jackman may have handed over his adamantium claws, but it's clear that this approach is the best way to breathe new life into the X-Men saga because Logan didn't feel like it was adhering to the tone, style and rules of the previous films in the franchise. Of course, it will have to wait for the 13 April and the release of the film to know if the public will be so packed that we but we can already greet the daring challenge of the Fox and Boone wanting us to finally bring something different. These are all going to be horror movies, and they're all be their own distinct kind of horror movies.
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The trailer for Fox's New Mutants, the studio's latest Marvel Comics-inspired film based on the X-Men spinoff characters of the same name, arrived late last week, and it brought a ton of questions. However, it's unclear how Boone will handle the film's more disturbing aspects, as the trailer features unsettling masks, faces and hands jutting from walls, and jump scares galore. This is certainly the "rubber-reality" supernatural horror movie. Boone even stated that each of these movies would be a different type of horror film, with the first being influenced by A Nightmare On Elm Street and One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest.
Our take was just go examine the horror genre through comic book movies and make each one its own distinct sort of horror film. Due to their contract with Marvel, they must continuously produce new X-Men films to retain the license, which explains why X-Men: Apocalypse, Deadpool, and Logan all debuted shortly after one another. "Drawing from the big events that we love in the comics".
Loosely adapting Bill Sienkiewicz run on the New Mutants comic in the '80s, the film will see Magik, Wolfsbane, Sunspot, Mirage, and Cannonball stuck in a facility as they try and understand their burgeoning mutant powers. If it does, we could get two more New Mutants sequels since the director revealed that he pitched a trilogy with the characters.