The ‘X-Men’ actor confesses his disappointment in the Fox series: ‘I Was Gothed’


Fans have a close relationship with how Fox has handled its Marvel qualities. Although the studio has released a handful of clear winners, many of its X Men Movies in particular have proved divisive among comics fans.

According to reports, Fox has made a general disregard for the source material. now one X Men The actor admitted that he was deeply disappointed by his role.

Cast of ‘X-Men: The Last Stand’ | Getty Images

‘X-Men: The Last Stand’ features the mighty Juggernaut as a minor villain

While Fox later developed spin-offs and prequels, the studio’s X Men The journey began with a solo trilogy. Released in 2006, X-Men: The Last Stand It was the company’s first attempt to mold the comics’ “Dark Phoenix saga” to the big screen. And it marked the beginning of the big screen of many beloved mutants.

One of them was known as an observer. In the pages of Marvel Comics, the character has a long and rich history. Cann Can Marco, his original story involves an abusive family life and a domineering relationship with his stepbrother, Charles Xavier aka Professor X. So Juggernaut fans were excited to hear that he would debut his big screen.

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Actor Winnie Jones said her role has changed drastically and diminished

But the movie version of Juggernaut took away all that backstory. Instead, Magneto (Ian McKellen) recruits mutants to join his cause, reducing the juggernaut slightly more than the muscle. When Winnie Jones (This Was Not the Case)Snatch) Signed on for the film, he told Comic Book Movie.

I liked the role, but … I was basically fascinated. Matthew Vaughn signed me up, and it was a great role and a great script, and Juggernaut was a great character. I signed up for three of them, and it will show you how serious I was about it. [Director] Brett Ratner originally dissolved the character. I was in my f *** ing trailer half the time. This is one of those most frustrating jobs, as far as you know, “What am I doing here?”

As stated by Jones, Matthew Vaughan was set to follow his directorial debut – the 2004 crime thriller layer cake – with him X Men The sequel. Brett Ratner (Busy time) Finally took on the project. Vaughan will reboot / prequel later X-Men: First Class in 2011.

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Jugnorot will surely get another chance in the MCU

To make matters worse, Jones said some fans blamed him for his portrayal of Juggernaut. The actor said that Ratner had promised him new material, as his role was greatly reduced after the script was changed. But that never happened, and fans were left with a caricature of iconic supervision.

Jones told the comic book movie, “I know what this means for fans, and I felt like I was a sacrificial goat.” No one ever stood up and said, ‘Hold on a minute, we Turned Vinny’s character completely white. “Actually, I was an extra, friend. That’s how I felt. I was honest.”

Juggernaut’s big screen debut would have been below expectations. But this character returned after years Deadpool 2. However, the film did not really detect its backstory. With the possibility of the X-Men for a reboot within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Juggernaut will probably get his end the next time he appears on screen.

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