Fox Developing Kitty Pryde Film With Deadpool Director
Jan 10 2018 by Francis Osborne
The original version of the character was portrayed by Ellen Page in both X-Men: The Last Stand and X-Men: Days of Future Past. "Deadpool" director Tim Miller is reportedly developing an "X-Men" spin-off film focusing on Kitty Pryde a.k.a. Shadowcat at 21st Century Fox. Channing Tatum's long-gestating Gambit, meanwhile, seems on course to make its February 14th 2019 release date while Drew Goddard is also hard at work developing an X-Force film that will build off the Deadpool films.
Anyway, 2018 looks bright for X-Men fans as Fox is going all out with the franchise this year. The trio of production-completed films are guaranteed to arrive, although the X-Men have been promised to merge with the Marvel Cinematic Universe following the Disney/Fox deal. Kitty herself grew into one of the most beloved mutants, coming into adulthood and eventually becoming a team leader of the mutants.
Kitty Pryde, the young mutant referred to as Shadowcat and known for her ability to phase through solid objects, has appeared in several of the X-Men films before.
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However, Miller's involvement should give fans a clue as to how potentially far off this project remains.
The movie is reported by Collider to be "very much" in development as business at Fox continues to operate as usual but, with the Disney acquisition on the horizon, it is not guaranteed to become a real film simply by reaching such a stage. The Oscar-nominated helmer has been tapped to direct "Neuromancer", an adaptation of William Gibson's 1984 sci-fi novel of the same name, which will be produced by Simon Kinberg ("X-Men: Dark Phoenix").