9 November 2012 3:20 PM, PST | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

Thanks to a recommendation by director Joe Carnahan, who at the time was pitching a reboot of Daredevil, Twentieth Century Fox hired Mark Millar as a creative consultant on their Marvel properties. Their goal in bringing in the famed comic book creator is to avoid the negative fan feedback they received from X-Men: The Last Stand and X-Men Origins: Wolverine going forward and as Bryan Singer said best, to do something more “ambitious” and “broaden out the universe.”

Since the announcement six weeks ago, Millar has stepped up as the online face of the studio, sharing details and tidbits along the way, from time travel to giant Sentinel robots, and teasing bigger picture plans of a shared Marvel universe between the X-Men and Fantastic Four. The latest has Millar talking about The Wolverine’s role ...

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