Foster Game for "X-Men" Spin-offs

by | December 28, 2006 | Comments

We can’t interview anyone from an "X-Men" movie without asking about any possible spin-offs for them. There are so many in the works, from "Wolverine" and "Magneto" vehicles to a "Young Mutants" idea, so anyone could find a place. Ben Foster played Angel in "X-Men: The Last Stand" but he hasn’t heard of any spin-off plans.

"You know, man, they don’t really tell me," said Foster. "They don’t tell anybody. They say okay, we got a script, we’re shooting next month."

Should producer Lauren Shuler Donner and company come to Foster with another shot at Angel, he’d be down. "If the material felt like it expanded on the character, yeah."

However, Foster does not believe he is officially signed for multiple films. "Not that I’ve heard of," he said.

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