McKay and Payne to Pen “X-Men” TV Series?

Gary Newman, chairman for FOX Entertainment, has confirmed rumors from last year that the TV network is in talks to bring the “X-Men” franchise to TV but added that the series won’t be ready before 2016-2017 season.


There is a huge possibility that “24” Producers Evan Katz and Manny Coto would develop the series, where scribes Patrick McKay and JD Payne will probably pent the pilot episode.


You heard that right. It’a “marvelous” idea to turn Bryan Singer’s “X-Men” into some sort of TV Series for the sake of the franchise. I mean how far can you endure? Many Star Wars fans are already being too skeptical and concerned about the seventh movie, when Disney has snapped up the Lucas empire for a cool $4.05 billion.

Well, “if you wanna ruin something, don’t do it in cinema, do it in TV”; and then people would least say, cinema version was much better! One last thread, “X-Men” TV Series, need to put so much effort into this, if they want to attract the attention of “X-Men” movie fans. Many cinema adaptations of great books have sucked big time in the past and TV-version of a Marvel Franchise could also become a inconceivable fiasco. Be prudent Mr. Producers, it’s a risky business and people can get hurt!



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