Will Matthew Vaughn adapt the classic Days of Future Past storyline for the next X-Men Movie?
It is being reported that Twentieth Century Fox has registered Days of Future Past as a title with the Motion Picture Association of America, an organization that handles movie ratings, titles, and trying to shut down the internet to prevent movie piracy. Days of Future Past, of course, is a classic 1981 X-Men story written by Chris Claremont that sees a future timeline where mutants are kept in internment camps. Unlike the current Avengers vs. X-Men storyline, however, it is not Captain America that wants to put them there. The storyline also features a version of Wolverine that is not a douchebag. The movie is due out on July 18, 2014.
Source: Ain't It Cool News
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