X-Men: Days of Future Past isn't even out of post-production yet and fans are already looking toward the next.
Source: Entertainment Weekly
Though technically, Bryan Singer hasn't signed a contract to do another X-Men movie after Days of Future Past, he's already mapping out the next: X-Men: Apocalypse as co-writer and producer.
He doesn't give too much away, but the overlapping planning has its purpose, with pieces of the plot mingling, to create a cause and effect between the two films, but he is still deciding if there will be a direct tease.
Something that happens in this movie causes what’s going to happen in that movie.
He also offered up the theme of the story, telling EW that the movie will address the origin of mutant-kind in the X-Men movie-verse, which definitely sounds like he's on the right track in using Apocalypse.
It will also address historical mutant-cy, meaning the deep past, mutant origins and things like that. It’s something that’s always intrigued me when we think about our Gods and our history and miracles and powers.
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