Marvel Studios Fires ‘X-Men ’97’ Creator Ahead of Season 1 Debut

In a shocking bit of news, Marvel Studios has reportedly parted ways with X-Men ’97 creator Beau DeMayo. Following a weekend where DeMayo deleted his Instagram, where he had often provided updates for the upcoming seires, THR’s Borys Kit and Aaron Couch revealed that he was no longer working for Marvel Studios.

It’s an unusual move for Marvel Studios as not only had DeMayo already worked on a second season of X-Men ’97 but has also worked with the studio on several other projects including Moon Knight and Blade. The news of the firing comes just two days ahead of the series Hollywood premiere and the publicity push before its March 20th streaming debut.


Source: THR

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