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Matthew Vaughn to Leave X-Men: First Class Sequel

Matthew Vaughn, who helmed X-Men: First Class after taking over directorial duties from previous X-Men Film series director Bryan Singer, will be abdicating the directors chair of the upcoming First Class sequel, X-Men: Days of Future Past to direct a film adaptation of Secret Service, a project he co-produced with Mark Millar.

Vaughn had worked on the 2010 film adaptation of Millar’s Kick-Ass comic series.

There is speculation that the short list for a replacement director for Days of Future Past would be no other than… Bryan Singer, who also served as a producer for the previous film, and was supposed to take the reigns over from Vaughn at some point in one of the First class trilogy films anyway.

X-Men: Days of Future Past has a tentative release date of July 18, 2014.

Image from Sci-Fi Saturday Night.

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For Wolverine fans, the second solo film of the character, as played by Hugh Jackman, titled The Wolverine, is in production, with a July 26th 2013 release.

It’s supposed to be set in the same continuity with the X-Men films prior to X-Men: First Class.


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