ByJordan Duvall, writer at
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Jordan Duvall

Even though Xmen: Apocalypse is still currently filming and Fantastic Four won't hit theaters till next month, Bryan singer has stated in a recent interview that there are talks on them bringing the two teams together in a feature film, he stated:

"Those ideas are in play, it would be a natural match-up because they're both ensemble films and there is a natural mechanism by which to do it"

He goes on to reveal that the movie would involve time travel which would make sense being that the Fantastic Four will crack interdimensional travel in the upcoming movie so it would only be the next step further to crack Time Travel. Plus it wouldn't be the first time time travel was involved as we all know Kitty Pryde sent Wolverine back in time in Days of Future Past so who knows what angle they'll take this from.

It is unknown however what time period they'll feature whether it being McAvoy/Fassbender or Stewart/McKellen, so we'll have to wait and see, that is of course if Fantastic Four and it's already planned sequel (set for cinemas July 14 2017) do well in the box office which like most comic book lovers hope they will achieve as seeing the xmen and fantastic four fight side by side would be pretty awesome if I do say so myself, and who knows! We all know that Deadpool's movie rights are owned by Fox, so we may see him making a cheeky cameo in the movie.

Maybe him and Stan Lee having a casual game of Chess in the background whilst explosions and wreckage fly past them (why i'm not working in cinema I'll never know) but fingers crossed, we have a couple of years to wait to see what happens. One things for sure however, we will never see the X Men or Fantastic Four team up with the Avengers due to different movie studios and the fact they hate each other.

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