Deadpool, Cable, X-Force and more Marvel movies could be in Fox's future

Currently, there's a tremendous about of focus on 20th Century Fox's Marvel movie The Wolverine since it is the starting point for the studio's new cohesive superhero universe. Following The Wolverine is 2014's X-Men: Days of Future Past which will use time travel in order to actually create a singular Marvel movie universe for Fox's Marvel franchises.

This is all fact and been confirmed by Fox creative consultant Mark Millar. And Millar and Fox will not stop with Wolverine and X-Men as Fantastic Four is in the process of being developed for a reboot and will eventually crossover into a mega-superhero team movie with the X-Men.

Even after all this, Millar and Fox still want more.

"I think there's a great foundation, and just from basic conversations, we've come up with ten movies we could do," Millar said to Comic Book Resources. "These things cost $150 million each to make, so we have to pick and choose what we want to do."

Whoa, did Millar say 10 movies? Yep and here come some name-drops.

"X-Force or Cable or Deadpool — all these amazing characters are things we haven't really gotten to yet," Millar said. "You go to any convention in the world, and you'll see 20 people dressed as Deadpool. In a lot of ways, these are Marvel's coolest characters, so I want to remind people of that and build on what we already have."

In other words, look for more X-related movies going beyond the X-Men with the possibility of another X-team too. But let's be honest is saying that after The Wolverine and X-Men: Days of Future Past, Fox will most likely concentrate on creating a solid Fantastic Four reboot. So Deadpool, Cable and X-Force could still be a long way down the road.

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