Along with the announcement of X-Men: Apocalypse, it would seem that Fox has more planned then just another X-Men film. According to a report from The Hollywood Reporter, Twentieth Century Fox is finally getting things ready to create their very own Marvel Cinematic Universe. It has been suggested that Fox wants to establish their own universe, having the likes of X-Men and Fantastic Four sharing the same reality. So how does Fox plan to get this idea off the ground? For this answer, the studios turn to Simon Kinberg to help create The Fox Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Kinberg has been a part of many of Fox's superhero titles, such as X-Men The Last Stand, X-Men First Class and even the upcoming Fantastic Four reboot. It is uncertain what Kinberg will be doing with this idea, but he certainly has something in mind according to this quote:
I have a lot of ideas on how to build those brands and do what everybody is thinking of these days: Be like Marvel. I want to be able to build stories over multiple movies.
For the time being it is uncertain what Kinberg's ideas are and where it will take the likes of X-Men and Fantastic Four. All we know is that Simon Kinberg will be along side producer Mark Millar to develop the Fox Marvel Cinematic Universe.
X-Men: Days of Future Past hits theaters to May 23,2013. The Fantastic Four comes to the big screen on June 19, 2015. Also in the works is a X-Force film, plus a third Wolverine stand-alone film; and of course X-Men: Apocalypse which is slated to hit theaters on May 27, 2016.