X-Men '97 lands What If... writer Matthew Chauncey for season 3
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X-Men '97 lands What If... writer Matthew Chauncey for season 3

Jul 10, 2024 3:24 PM

Marvel has hired "What If...?" writer Matthew Chauncey for Season 3 of the Disney+ animated series "X-Men '97." Chauncey, who has experience with Marvel projects like "Ms. Marvel" and "Thor: Love & Thunder," joins the team after the firing of series creator Beau DeMayo, who had completed work on the first two seasons. The script for Season 2 has been revised and is in production, while development for Season 3 is underway. "X-Men '97" is a revival and sequel to the beloved "X-Men: The Animated Series," with original cast members returning. The first season, which premiered on Disney+ in March 2024, received high praise, with a 9/10 rating from IGN for faithfully continuing the legacy of the original series.

Who is writing for X-Men '97 Season 3?

Matthew Chauncey, known for his work on "What If...?" has been hired to write for "X-Men '97" Season 3.

Background Info: "X-Men '97" is a continuation of the iconic 1990s animated series "X-Men: The Animated Series," which was known for its mature storytelling, complex characters, and loyal adaptation of the comic book source material. The original series is highly regarded among fans for bringing the world of mutants to life with a compelling narrative that often tackled social issues through the lens of its characters. The revival aims to capture the same spirit and further explore the beloved characters and story arcs that made the original series a hit.

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