The shape-shifting mutant could be up for a standalone film, that’s if Bryan Singer has his way.
(Yes please! Someone let him have his way.)
(Also it’s time for more female comic characters to star in their own movies.)
Singer continued, saying her realistic perspective provides “a reality check on the state of the world” and it “opens up a lot of avenues”.
“Xavier can get into Cerebro and look at the world but he’d rather just teach classes and see the beauty of mutants and humans co-existing in his mansion in Westchester,” he said.
“Along comes Raven with a reality check on the state of the world. It opens up a lot of avenues.”
He didn’t say whether or not he saw Jennifer Lawrence returning for the role or Rebecca Romijn’s (who played the highly popular role in the first three X-Men movies).
Perhaps the movie could have both?
Earlier this year, Lawrence told Empire that she loves working on the X-Men movies and she “loves being in them” because they’re an “ensemble” and they’re “not on anyone’s shoulders”.