20th Century Fox and Marvel Studios confirm the release of three X-Men Movies. Even with the failure of “Fantastic Four,” they've got various ideas to maintain the interest of viewers in the X-Men characters. It’s time to forget about “Deadpool,” and “Logan.” We look forward to “The New Mutants,” “Gambit,” and “X-Men: Supernova.” Hopefully, these movies will soon hit the global cinemas. Let's give it a shot.

‘The New Mutants’

Marvel Studios confirms that “The New Mutants” will be released in 2018. Josh Boone has directed this film. Previously, he was in the headlines for "The Fault in Our Stars." It is one of the most anticipated X-Men movies.

Fans have high expectations because the film has “The Witch” star Anya-Taylor Joy. Maisie Williams plays Sinclair. Previously, Williams was in the news for “Game of Thrones.” Created by Chris Claremont and Bob McLeod, "The New Mutants" first appeared in 1982 and focused on a group of teenage mutants.

‘X-Men: Supernova’

Little is known about the story of “X-Men: Supernova,” but 20th Century confirms that its production will begin later this year. The movie is expected to release by the end of 2018. Simon Kinberg is going to direct this project. After “The New Mutants,” “X-Men: Supernova” is closest to production. Sophie Turner plays the leading character in this film, but nothing is confirmed about the nature of her role.


Marvel Studios announced “Gambit” a few days ago. The project is currently in the works, so we don’t know anything about its release date. However, the studio says Doug Liman is the director of “Gambit.” The movie was supposed to debut this fall, but production delays have pushed back the timeline. Channing Tatum plays Remy in this film.

Tatum says his role is very interesting. Lea Seydoux plays Bella Donna Boudreaux, Remy’s childhood friend. It would not be wrong to say that the X-Men universe gets more complicated with every film.

Though the exact release dates of these films are unconfirmed, fans have high expectations.