YouTuber Ripaldi Da Creator put an X-Men spin on the Marvel Studios logo, envisioning a future Marvel Studios-produced X-Men movie that opens with the classic '90s animated theme song and the X-Men's mutant-detecting device Cerebro.
Marvel Studios most recently altered the opening sequence for Spider-Man: Homecoming, which included Spider-Man (Tom Holland) in its logo accompanied by composer Michael Giacchino's orchestral take on the iconic 1967 theme song from the classic Spider-Man cartoon.
Disney-owned Marvel Studios will gain the rights to integrate the mutant super-group into the shared Marvel Cinematic Universe following the Walt Disney Company's purchase of 21st Century Fox's film and television divisions.
Both companies expect the regulatory process to take between 12 and 18 months.
Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige — who served as associate producer on the Fox-controlled X-Men, co-producer on X2 and executive producer on X-Men: The Last Stand — once had a plan for the X-Men franchise that studio Fox opted not to follow.
Feige has since grown the interconnected Marvel Cinematic Universe — home to the Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy and Spider-Man franchises — into the highest-grossing franchise of all time.
The Marvel Studios president and producer is said to be "eager" to get his hands on the X-Men.
Fox's X-Men: Dark Phoenix opens November 2019.