Die X-Men versuchen Jean wieder nach Hause zu holen, doch sie verletzt völlig außer Kontrolle Peter Maximoff, tötet versehentlich Raven Darkholme und verletzt. X-Men: Dark Phoenix ein Film von Simon Kinberg mit Sophie Turner, James McAvoy. Inhaltsangabe: Etwa zehn Jahre nachdem sie es mit dem ebenso. X-Men: Dark Phoenix: von FSK Alles über den Film erfahren.
X-Men: Dark Phoenix - KritikX-Men: Dark Phoenix ein Film von Simon Kinberg mit Sophie Turner, James McAvoy. Inhaltsangabe: Etwa zehn Jahre nachdem sie es mit dem ebenso. Nachdem Simon Kinberg schon in X-Men Last Stand die Dark Phoenix als Hauptautor vermasselt hatte, vertraut 20th Century Fox ihm nicht nur die. X-Men: Dark Phoenix: von FSK Alles über den Film erfahren.
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Charles confers with Jean within his mind, allowing her to regain control. She forgives Charles for his errors, understanding that he did what he did out of love and that the X-Men became her real family when her father abandoned her.
Jean awakens and breaks free of her restraints, saving the mutants from Vuk's attack and the ensuing train wreck before disintegrating the remaining D'Bari as they attack her.
Vuk once again attempts to drain Jean of the force, but she grabs hold of Vuk and flies into outer space. Jean unleashes all her power and kills Vuk, but the strain causes her to vanish in a burst of energy in the form of a phoenix.
In the aftermath of the incident, Xavier's school is renamed the "Jean Grey School for Gifted Youngsters", and Hank becomes their new dean with Charles having retired.
While settling himself in Paris , Charles is surprised at a cafe by Erik, who offers to play a game of chess. As they begin, a flaming phoenix appears in the sky.
Additionally, Kota Eberhardt portrays telepath Selene Gallio , while Andrew Stehlin portrays Ariki, a mutant who can utilize his hair braids as a weapon; the character that was initially reported as Red Lotus.
Veteran X-Men writer Chris Claremont makes a cameo appearance as a White House guest during the scene when Xavier accepts his award for rescuing the crew of the space shuttle Endeavour.
After joining the film X2 , writer Zak Penn convinced director Bryan Singer not to adapt the Marvel Comics storyline " The Dark Phoenix Saga " for the film, believing it was "too soon to go into the Phoenix story and it was too soon to get cosmic.
The studio chose to adapt the "Dark Phoenix Saga" as only one of the film's "parallel storylines", with an executive at 20th Century Fox suggesting that the " Gifted " storyline also be in that film.
Kinberg stated that he and Penn were ultimately unhappy with how the adaptation turned out as well. After the timeline of the X-Men franchise was retconned with the film X-Men: Days of Future Past , it was noted that a new adaptation of the "Dark Phoenix Saga" could be made that ignores the events of The Last Stand.
Kinberg and Singer both expressed interest in the prospect, and hinted that 's X-Men: Apocalypse would set up elements for a retelling.
Apocalypse introduces Sophie Turner as a young Jean Grey, and begins exploring "how powerful she is. In July, Kinberg said he would begin writing the next mainline X-Men film "real soon".
McAvoy, Fassbender, Lawrence, and Nicholas Hoult 's contracts from the previous trilogy had ended, but Kinberg was optimistically writing the new script with them in mind.
The studio was also looking to negotiate new deals with Lawrence, Fassbender, McAvoy, and Hoult to return. He also reiterated that he would adapt "The Dark Phoenix Saga" differently to how it was for The Last Stand if given another opportunity to do so.
Dark Phoenix was planned as a two-film story,  with a back-to-back film production. However, in late pre-production the studio decided to produce one film with the prequel cast as new management didn't want anymore X-Men movies set in the past due to the reception of X-Men: Apocalypse, which resulted in rewrites.
This resulted in footage being cut from both films that were meant to set-up sequels, especially in the case of Dark Phoenix as it was meant to be two movies.
Chris Claremont also confirmed the two-film plan and revealed that the first film features Phoenix and the second film was supposed to feature the Dark Phoenix.
The film's purpose, according to Claremont, was to make the audience fall in love with Jean, while the second's purpose was to break their hearts.
Concept art revealed that the film was to originally feature the return of Emma Frost with a new incarnation of the Hellfire Club.
The new members were Harry Leland , Friedrich von Roehm , Fenris , Shinobi Shaw , and the Red Lotus gang who Andrew Stehlin was originally set to play.
According to visual effects supervisor Greg Butler, the story was originally meant to be more cosmic, but that aspect of the Phoenix was meant for the second part of a two-film story.
Jessica Chastain was also potentially being considered for the same character. Simon Kinberg stated that if he had had four hours to tell the story, he would have included the Hellfire Club and Lilandra.
Kinberg said at the start of March that he and producer Hutch Parker had begun early prep on the film, and that Supernova was just a code name they had been using for the sequel.
He said that they began discussing the story for the film during post-production on Apocalypse , and that they wanted to do "something bold and radical and expand the universe in the same way that Logan feels bold and radical and certainly Deadpool does as well.
Fox confirmed that Kinberg would direct the film, and that McAvoy, Fassbender, Lawrence, and Hoult had all signed on to return for one more film.
In addition to Turner, Apocalypse actors Alexandra Shipp , Tye Sheridan , and Kodi Smit-McPhee were also confirmed to be returning, while producers for the film were revealed to be Kinberg and Parker.
At that time, Chastain was in talks to join the cast as Shi'ar Empress Lilandra , the film's villain. The film's script was said to "hew closer" to the original "Dark Phoenix Saga" by Chris Claremont and John Byrne than The Last Stand did.
Daniel Orlandi returned as costume designer for the film after doing so on Logan ,   and worked with Kinberg to come up with costumes for the X-Men that were closer to the original comic designs that Kinberg had wanted to see in the films since he first joined the franchise, but had never been in a position to control before.
The final costumes for the film feature the yellow-and-blue design of the original comics, but combine features of designs from many different incarnations of the group.
Kinberg also looked to Logan for general design inspiration, wanting to replicate the "naturalistic" and "handmade" quality of that film for the costumes, sets, props, and title design.
He felt that this would give more impact to the large-scale elements of the film, and help it be more emotional, comparing this idea to the original Star Wars films.
Principal photography began on June 28, , in Montreal , Quebec,   under the working title Teen Spirit. In December , Kinberg revealed that the film would be in post-production for almost a year, longer than usual for the series, because he wanted to take the time to have the visual effects look right by focusing on the "nuance" of the effects rather than the scale.
It becomes a "fight for Jean's soul" and features a twist that was intended to have significant repercussions on the entire franchise.
Fox delayed the film's release in March , pushing it back from November 2, to February 14, This would not have left enough time to complete post-production work such as visual effects for the additional footage before the November release date.
Additionally, Kinberg and the studio had been looking to change the film's release date for "some time" to avoid competing with the Christmas-oriented film The Nutcracker and the Four Realms.
The new February release date was noted as having the film opening away from other major studio films, while placing it on President's Day weekend, which had proved to be successful for Deadpool and Marvel's Black Panther.
At the end of April, a Fox panel at the CinemaCon revealed the first logo for the film. It did not include " X-Men " in the title, but included a circle around the 'X' in Dark Phoenix which was compared to the X-Files logo;  the film was later confirmed to be simply titled Dark Phoenix in the United States, and X-Men: Dark Phoenix for release internationally.
This date was seen as a better time to release the film in China, where the trailer received more attention than in the United States, while also allowing it to take advantage of premium screens that had previously been reserved for Fox's newly delayed and later canceled Gambit film.
In January , Lana Condor revealed that she was unable to return as Jubilee due to her commitment to the film To All the Boys I've Loved Before Evan Peters stated in January that Hans Zimmer was composing the score for the film,  despite Zimmer having said in March that he would not score another superhero film following his experience working on Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
When Kinberg approached him at a concert to talk about his vision for Dark Phoenix , Zimmer realized that the story was one that he wanted to help tell, and that the film was an opportunity for something that he had always wanted to try in a film score; he decided to join the production.
A second album, entitled Xperiments from Dark Phoenix , containing previously unreleased suites and themes written for the film was announced on July Zimmer later revealed in an interview with Scala Radio that over 16 hours of music was written for the film, and that he was fighting to get a second disk released after the critical and financial failure of the film.
Turner revealed the first trailer for Dark Phoenix on The Late Late Show with James Corden on September 26, , before Fox released it online.
Responses to the trailer widely considered it to be too similar to X-Men: The Last Stand. A second trailer was released on February 27, , followed by a third and final trailer on April In March , Vanity Fair had reported that the film faced promotional difficulties as long-term employees on the marketing team vacated as the result of lay-offs from the merger with Disney.
They reported that a Fox marketing executive said: "We know when we are dropping a trailer, but we are nowhere near where we should be at this time.
It's frightening. I would be mad if I were a filmmaker. They also report that Disney had attempted to integrate the film into their marketing but did not have enough time, which Simon Kinberg had confirmed in a KCRW podcast.
Dark Phoenix was released in the United States on June 7, It was previously slated for November 2, ,  then rescheduled to be released on February 14, ,  before being pushed to June.
Dark Phoenix was released in the US on digital download by Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment under the 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment label on September 3, , and was released on Ultra HD Blu-ray , Blu-ray , and DVD on September The site's critical consensus reads, " Dark Phoenix ends an era of the X-Men franchise by taking a second stab at adapting a classic comics arc—with deeply disappointing results.
Writing for TheWrap , William Bibbiani said of the film: "It would be wonderful to report that Dark Phoenix was an impressive send-off to this long-running franchise Instead it's just a disappointingly average superhero flick, with a familiar story, disinterested actors, some cool action sequences, and a whole lot of missed opportunities.
Matt Goldberg of Collider gave the film a grade of "D" and wrote, "When Marvel Studios inevitably reboots X-Men , a movie like Dark Phoenix will be a forgotten relic.
The characters and their world deserve better, but we'll have to wait until their next evolution. I'm tempted to say everything is wrong with it, except that the picture is largely in focus and the credits appear to be correctly spelled.
Other than that, though Conversely, Variety 's Owen Gleiberman summarized his positive review with, "The X-Men franchise wraps up Kinberg took responsibility for the film's poor reception, stating, "I'm here, I'm saying when a movie doesn't work, put it on me.
I'm the writer-director, the movie didn't connect with audiences, that's on me. Many fans and critics were put off by a line in the film uttered by Raven suggesting that the name of the titular team be changed to the "X-Women",   and expressed their opinion that the line was inserted into the script in response to feminism and the MeToo Movement.
The film was nominated for two Golden Raspberry Awards but did not win either of them. It was nominated in the category Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-off or Sequel , and Jessica Chastain was nominated as Worst Supporting Actress , but lost to Rambo: Last Blood and Rebel Wilson in Cats , respectively.
Initially Kinberg said in May that Dark Phoenix would be the first in a new trilogy focusing on the younger versions of the original X-Men characters.
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