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Halle Berry Talks X-Men 3

Published July 15, 2005 in Movie News
By Ryan Parsons | Image property of 20th Century Fox
X-Men Nightcrawler And I thought the loss of Nightcrawler was bad.
Let me begin by stating how upset I am with 20th Century Fox and their decision to have X-Men 3 be the last film in the X-Men series; therefore completing your standard trilogy. It seems to me that 20th Century Fox would rather let the film aspect of the franchise die rather than further deal with all the complications that have been occurring since the loss of Bryan Singer to Warner Bros' Superman Returns. 20th Century Fox has a franchise with endless possibilities and remnant visions of greatness, but they are still willing to throw that away. I know it is likely that there will be spin-offs, but it is hard to find comic book films at the caliber of X-Men 2: X-Men United; that was a great film!

Halle Berry Confirms End of X-Men


The only way I am accepting that this is the last X-Men film is if all the characters achieve the powers that they carry in the comic books / cartoon and if the film runtime is over four hours in length. X-Men 3 is supposed to put some conclusion on the series while running through the Phoenix Saga. How is this possible considering the Phoenix Saga is a fairly large story on its own? When I first heard rumors that this was the last X-Men film I didn't want to believe it, but this re-post [SHH] of what Halle Berry had to say on the film was a taste of bitter reality:

But lets not stop there. SHOWBIZ TONIGHT got the longest quote from her about X3! They caught up with her at the same event, and Berry tried to give info, without revealing much. "It [X3] is in production. Storm's going to fly...I hope! There's going to be lots of...there's going to be some new X-Men characters from the comic book series that you haven't seen before. And it is the end, so prepare for some big, you know...ending, if you will...to occur.


SuperHeroHype also has a few other statements from Halle Berry on X-Men 3 posted HERE.

X-Men 3 has a wide theatrical release set for May 5th, 2006.

For more movie info, go to the X-Men 3 Movie Page.

Stay tuned for updates.


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