Fox's X-Men franchise helped kickstart the entire superhero-cinematic complex that has consumed modern pop culture. But it hasn't always been a smooth ride (we're looking at you, X3: X-Men United). After some highs and lows, the fate of the franchise rests on Bryan Singer's ability to keep the train on the tracks as the prequel/young X-team catches up to their modern/older timeline.
Let's see what they got:
Of course it's the official position of Dorkly that no version of apocalypse can compare to the 90's cartoon version: