The X-Men have made their debut on the big screen years ago, with the release of the film's flagship in the year 2000.
The sequel, X2 came out in the year 2003, and the third film in the trilogy that began in 2001, X-Men: The Last Stand came out in cinemas in the year 2006.
The films introduced the iconic mutants back to life, making Hugh Jacksonman's Wolverine as well as Patrick Stewart's Professor X into legacy characters.
When each film outsold its predecessor, a number of spin-offs were made available with different degrees of success.
It came to an end with the 2020s The New Mutants which will soon be coming to Disney+.
It is being billed as a thriller of horror, The New Mutants is directed by Josh Boone from a script that he co-wrote along with Knate Lee.
The story follows five teenage mutants, who are only discovering their talents while in a secret place for psychiatric assessment.
As strange events occur and they discover their mutant abilities, as well as their friendships, are put to the test as they fight to survive.
The film was released as a stand-alone film and was also the 13th film in 20th Century Studios' X-Men film series.