Marvel's X-Men movie gets huge update

Marvel's upcoming X-Men film has received a significant update, with the project allegedly hiring its first screenwriter.  

According to Deadline, Michael Lesslie is reportedly in talks to write the script for the picture, which is currently in early development.  

Lesslie's credits include Justin Kurzel's 2015 rendition of Macbeth, Park Chan-Wook's spy novel  

The Little Drummer Girl, and, most recently, The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, a prequel to The Hunger Games trilogy.  

Lesslie would be the first creative to join the project, with cast and director specifics still to be determined. Kevin Feige, the head of Marvel Studios, has signed on as a producer.  

Though casting specifics have yet to be published, Patrick Stewart has stated that he is open to reprising his role as Charles Xavier/Professor X from the Fox series of films, implying that it may happen.  

"It is a possibility," he explained. "Hugh Jackman and I saw Logan as our farewell, considering that I died in that picture. Despite being told that I have already died countless times. "Know that, and you might get lucky."  

While Stewart is open to returning, Alexandra Shipp, who played Ororo Munroe/Storm in X-Men: Apocalypse and Dark Phoenix  

stated that she will not reprise her role. She explained that she is currently in a "different place" in her life and profession.  

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