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Canceled Fox movies we’ll never get to see

What do the Deadpool movies, the Star Wars prequels, the X-Men movies, and The Day After Tomorrow have in common? They’re all extremely successful action movies full of thrills, chills, and spills, and they were all released by Fox. Up until the studio was acquired by Walt Disney in 2019, Fox had plenty of similar would-be action blockbusters in the pipeline. Like the rest of the Fox slate it acquired, Disney canceled nearly every single one of them. Fede Alvarez, the brain behind Don’t Breathe and the 2013 remake of Evil Dead, had set up Incognito at Fox, which follows a whistleblower who tries to disappear via witness protection. Pied Piper, while not an adaptation of the folk tale, was a riff on The Fugitive from American Ultra writer Max Landis, about a toymaker fleeing a vicious bounty hunter. The Amazing Spider-Man director Marc Webb was attached to direct Black Swan screenwriter Mark Heyman’s FBI spy drama Cold Comfort. A Night at the Museum director Shawn Levy planned to direct a forest-set heist drama called 40 Thieves. All those projects are now off the table at Disney.

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