20th Century Fox unleashes the rise of one of the most powerful mutants in the X-Men universe in "X-Men: Dark Phoenix" starring Sophie Turner, Jennifer Lawrence, Jessica Chastain, Alexandra Shipp, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Nicholas Hoult, Tye Sheridan, Evan Peters and Kodi Smit-McPhee, written and directed by Simon Kinberg.
While fewer people have viewed Turner, Corden and Josh Groban preforming "Baby Shark," the reaction has been more positive than what the Dark Phoenix trailer received. In January, Fox announced that the film would be pushed back from 14 Feb, 2019, to 7 June, 2019, following the exit of director Gore Verbinski. At the time, the Hollywood spin reasoning for that delay was to give the film a "prime" launching pad since President's Day Weekend in February was a successful release slot for Marvel-themed films such as Deadpool and Black Panther. It is set for release on June 7th 2019. The film will take the place of a previously untitled Fox Marvel title.
The X-Men film franchise has been no stranger to bad buzz going back years.
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The debut trailer for X-Men: Dark Phoenix is finally out now and it looks promising.
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"I co-wrote X-Men 3, the "Dark Phoenix" story, which is probably the most sacred of the X-Men storylines in the comics", Kinberg told THR.