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 Janssen Eyes X-Men III
X Men Famke Janssen, who played the telekinetic Jean Grey in two X-Men movies, told SCI FI Wire that she expects to be involved in a proposed third film in the series. "I don't know quite yet, but, yes, probably," Janssen said in an interview. "I'm not contractually obligated. I wouldn't want to do a sequel for the sake of a sequel, [but] I would definitely want it if there's a good director involved or the character is kind of fun to play."

Janssen's character died at the end of X2, but the sequel hinted that the character might return in a film version of the Marvel Comics X-Men series' famous "Dark Phoenix" storyline. But Janssen said that the storyline for X-Men 3, like the script and director, is still up in the air. "I've heard things, and they're developing the script right now," she said. "Dark Phoenix is part of that script, and they're looking for a director." Bryan Singer, who directed the first two X-Men movies, left the third installment to direct Superman Returns.

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Janssen added that she avoided reading about her character in the comics. "Once we get the full green light, I will," she said. "I'm never a comic-book reader. It seems very complicated, the pictures and the little bubbles. I've always read novels, but comic books I've never understood very well." Janssen will next be seen in the upcoming thriller film Hide and Seek.
Posted by Z Tuesday, March 31, 2009 (21:50:09)
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