As 2011’s X-Men: First Class was set in the 1960s, its follow-up X-Men: Days of Future Past in the 1970s, and the forthcoming X-Men: Apocalypse taking place in the 1980s, one would only assume that the next X-Men film would of course be set in the ’90s. Now, however, we do not have to speculate, as writer and producer Simon Kinberg has confirmed the time period of the flick, simply saying, “The next one is set in the ’90s.”
News broke in a conversation with ComingSoon.net, although the site is unsure if Kinberg was referring to the next headlining X-Men film or director Josh Boone’s upcoming New Mutant movie.
For now, we simply know that one of the upcoming X-Men flicks will in fact be set in the 1990s, but you’ll have to check back with us for detailed info regarding which one.
Also, don’t forget that X-Men: Apocalypse is arriving in theaters on May 27.
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