According to ComingSoon.net on March 19, Marvel's creative consultant Mark Millar teases his fans slightly about him having consulted with Bryan Singer, director of "X-Men: Days of Future Past". This seems to be some prize winning consultation gems or so it may seem, but fans got an interesting tidbit as explained by Millar.
"Days of Future-Past is potentially the biggest and most ambitious superhero movie ever made. I've seen this coming together in various stages, but now they're only weeks away from shooting it's really catching fire. I'll catch Bry in person before he heads to Montreal next month when I'm seeing Wolvie and we can chat a little more about the Fox grand plan. A very, very exciting time to be into this stuff, especially when you consider that the brilliant Josh Trank has Fantastic Four lined up for 2015".
An intermingling of two movie series
That being said, AMC Movie News had recently speculated about a merger of both "X-Men" and "Fantastic Four" reboot. They only touted it as a mere rumor that's not based on fact, but with this recent announcement about an announcement by Fox could enlighten fans about a possible merger of the two movie series. There was debate on whether or not if a Fox/Marvel situations could pull of a similar Disney/Marvel achievement.
"There's a very exciting announcement you guys will hear about over the coming months (if not before), but the most immediate things the office is talking about are Days of Future Past and The Wolverine".
It looks like it's all making sense. A mention of Josh Trank's "Fantastic Four" reboot could be the likely movie they could be speaking about.
To quote Spock:
"Once you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth".
Spock's quote could be a good analogy in this situation. "X-Men Days of Future Past" is scheduled to be released July 18, 2014 and "The Wolverine" is to be in theaters July 26.