After all, there has been an awful lot of "X-Men" movies in the past decade.
There is a such thing as "Too much of anything" regardless of whether or not it is perceived as being good or bad.
What does this mean for "X-Men: Days of Future Past" due next year?
Audiences already didn't want to see Hugh Jackman's "Wolverine" character is his own standalone movie this summer. Will they also not want to see the "Wolverine" character again in "X-Men: Days of Future Past" next year? Will audiences want to see any sort of an "X-Men" movie next year since they didn't particularly want to see a "Wolverine" movie this year? Has the "well of audience interest" dried up for "X-Men" movies after a decade of them and so many of them?
By the way...
"X-Men: Days of Future Past" has just wrapped principal photography...."Cough"....
Here's a suggestion. Bryan Singer could use a pseudonym for his on screen director's credit for "X-Men: Days of Future Past." Sort of a pre-emptive precaution in the event audiences are indeed tired of seeing "X-Men" movies. (If he did indeed direct it.)
Bryan Singer's name attached to yet another consecutive box office dud....The cosmic ramifications could be....cosmic.
Read the books Universal Studios has tried and failed to censor on Amazon.com...
And read these books at another location where Universal Studios executives and its stealth marketers won't be able to post negative, misleading (stealth marketed) reviews of the books via them purchasing candy and Rogaine Foam on Amazon.com (allowing them access to the Amazon book review section) and not actually buying and reading the books. I'll leave the other 150 global locations under wraps for now.