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What If?: 20 Cancelled Marvel Movies We Wish Got Made

In the movie industry, there are so many projects that are granted a brief gasp of life before scheduling conflicts, budget conflicts, test screenings, behind the scenes issues, a change in leadership, push back from the actors, or any number of intervening factors ultimately kill the fledgling project. This is the nature of the movie business and something that huge blockbusters have to deal with more than, say, an indie movie or comedy. There are far far more scrapped projects than ones that make it to the big screen, and this is especially true when it comes to the superhero movie genre (although you wouldn’t know it with the amount of them coming out these days). Because of the nature of this beast, there have been a plethora of projects that have been planned or promised and never came to fruition. For one reason or another, many projects only exist as myths and speculations.

With Marvel’s tumultuous history, there have been numerous projects from them that never saw the light of day. And many of them sounded interesting, especially for the time. Examples of this include the rumored continuation of the X-Men: Origins series: X-Men Origins: Magneto, and a sequel to Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man series that only exists in concept art. The state of the MCU (and maybe movies overall) could be completely different had these movies actually hit the big screen. In some ways, it’s a blessing that James Cameron never got to do his Spider-Man movie, or that Darren Aronofsky didn’t get his hands on Wolverine. With that, here’s 20 Cancelled Marvel Movies We Wish Got Made.

20. DARREN ARONOFSKY’S THE WOLVERINE 

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