The Apex Brothers, who will make their first X Men movie debut in 2019, have officially been announced as the new title for the 2019 reboot of X-men.
The film, which will be directed by Michael Dougherty, will feature the new and old X-MEN team, but will be rebooted in the same way as the first movie in the reboot.
Dougherty is a director who has directed several X-Man films, including X-Force.
In addition, the film will be a sequel to The X-Files, the X-Treme X-Ray and the XMen.
The cast of the new movie includes Alexandra Shipp (Angelina Jolie in X-treme X, Angelina Jolies X-team in X2) as Sabretooth, Tye Sheridan (X-Men: First Class, Wolverine in X3) as Cyclops, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (Xmen: First Flight) as Nightcrawler, Kodi Smit-McPhee (XMen: Days of Future Past) as Jubilee, Michael Rooker (X Men: Days Of Future Past, Wolverine) as Colossus, Emma Stone (X2) and Michael B. Jordan (The Wolverine) will also be making appearances in the film.
The original X-files, as well as the X3 reboot, are set to return in 2019.
X-23, who debuted in XMen: Apocalypse, will be returning in the new film.
As for how it will be handled by Marvel Studios, this is the first time the studio has worked with a third party to create a reboot of a comic book property.
It will be interesting to see how it’s handled, because it’s not uncommon for the studio to work with a new director for a reboot.
X Men: Apocalypse was a hit for the Marvel Studios team.
Dougy is a producer on the X2 reboot, which has been praised for being the best movie ever made.
He also made the film X-force, and he directed the XtremeX-Ray reboot, but has a new film coming out this year.