With the success of X-MEN Days of Future Past, Thanks to Bryan Singer for returning to the Mutant franchise. The X-MEN is the longest cinematic journey spanning about 15 years since the debut of X-MEN (2000) followed with the best sequel X2. However, Bryan Singer left before the production of X3 to direct Superman Returns, giving Brett Ratner to helm the mutant franchise. Sad to say, X3 received negative feedback both critics and fans during its release. After that, X-MEN Origins: Wolverine came after X3 directed by Gavin Hood, the franchise was suffering from tremendous uphill to downhill. Matthew Vaughn then handled X-MEN First Class (supposed to be X-MEN Origins: Magneto) which serves to be a prequel (others may say, it's a reboot). X-MEN First Class received praise from critics and fans for it's unique twist, cohesive plot and origins of these 2 (Prof X & Magneto). After that, things were getting stronger and getting better for The Wolverine was able to counter the terrible first solo of the same name. and recently, X-MEN Days of Future Past was a success, critically acclaimed both fans and critics providing a clean slate of the franchise. With X-Men Apocalypse being the conclusion of the "First Class" era and Apocalypse is the big BOSS of the X-MEN Universe, where would they go next after that? Since the slate is clean, should they reboot it again? Continue to the 90s era? Make a Dark Phoenix Saga Trilogy (not the terrible X3)? Thoughts?