“X-Men ’97” is a relaunch of the beloved 90s children’s show, following the adventures of Marvel’s favorite mutants, a new series will premiere on Disney+ in 2023.
The news was released during Friday’s Disney’s “Disney+ Day” celebration, which showcased a large amount of content to provide services-but X-Men stood out because it is one of Marvel’s most popular brands.
For many enthusiasts, this animated series is also a gateway to lifelong enthusiasm. They later fell in love with live-action Marvel movies about Wolverine, Professor X, Magneto, Storm and more.
The original series available on Disney+ aired from 1992 to 1997. “X-Men ’97” will explore “new stories in the iconic 90s timeline of the original series,” Disney said. The company said on Twitter: “We miss you too” Next to it is an image of the animated Wolverine
Lying in bed looking sadly at a photo-this photo has become a popular online meme.
Although the X-Men have always been part of Marvel, they are not yet part of the Disney Marvel Cinematic Universe. That’s because these movies starring Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Jennifer Lawrence and other big stars were produced by 20th Century Fox, which at the time owned the group’s copyrights.
According to statistics, the global box office revenue of the “X-Men” series exceeds 13, and the box office revenue exceeds 6 billion U.S. dollars. Comscore (Fraction).
But now Disney owns Fox (or now known as 20th Century Studios)—and therefore X-Men.This is good news Disney (DIS), Because Marvel Pictures will bring its fans. Adding the X-Men to Disney’s already sensational ranks makes Marvel stronger.