Since the Fox-Disney merger deal worked out as intended, a greater part of fans had just a single thing in mind: to see the X-Men and Fantastic Four join the MCU. Furthermore, there’s been a great deal of confusion with respect to what the logistics of such a momentous deal involved and whether the Fox-Marvel films are already being produced.
All things considered, our friend in need Kevin Feige has finally cleared up a thing or two.
Has Feige received the go-ahead to start developing stories based on Fox-owned Marvel properties? "No but we've been told it's looking very, very good and could happen in the first six months of next year."
— Kristopher Tapley (@kristapley) December 27, 2018
You can put every one of those hopes of seeing some real X-Men in Avengers: Endgame to rest. If Kevin Feige doesn’t have the go-flag to start any work for these characters, at this point we ain’t seeing them on-screen for at least one year from now.
However, the good news is that they’ll presumably build up these movies quick on account of how lucrative they are and how much the world needs to see the characters debut in the MCU.