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X-Force Film Reportedly Enlists Joe Carnahan

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X-Force Film Reportedly Enlists Joe Carnahan

“X-Force” is moving forward. Though there are conflicting reports, it seems as though director Joe Carnahan is now attached to the upcoming “X-Men” film. Collider reports Carnahan is simply co-writing “X-Force” with “Deadpool” star Ryan Reynolds, while says Carnahan will both write and direct. When reached by CBR, Fox declined to comment.

Carnahan has a hefty amount of action credits to his name. As director, he has helmed “The Grey,” “The A-Team,” “The Blacklist” and “Smokin’ Aces.” He also recently announced his involvement with “The Raid” reboot, which will star Frank Grillo.

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Reynolds, of course, contributed to the script of the massively successful “Deadpool” film. He will also help shepherd “X-Force” to the big screen as executive producer. As with “Deadpool,” Reynolds hopes “X-Force” can achieve an R-rating in order to incorporate more violence and strong language.

“X-Force” has no official release date, but Fox has plenty of “X-Men” projects in the works. Josh Boone’s “New Mutants” is aiming to begin production in late April in Montreal, while “X-Men: Supernova” — the rumored seventh installment in the main “X-Men” movie franchise — will allegedly start production mid-May. FX’s “Legion,” Fox’s “X-Men” television series, airs Wednesday evenings at 10PM on FX. Another as-yet-untitled “X-Men” series is also in the works.

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