Maybe part of the problem with the new X-Men movie is the way they are approaching the plots. For the most part they've turned alot of character origins on their heads. Storm was never a Four Horseman. So was Magneto. It would have been better if they maybe did the Brotherhood with Magneto leading. They had already teased that in First Class. Wolverine from what I've heard doesn't have a large role in the movie. That goes to Jennifer Lawerence and her character. I've noticed her role has been getting increasingly bigger.
I'm worried about their other projects like New Mutants and X-Force. Bryan Singer seems to be following a little in Zach Synder's shoes. If anything, why not put Joss Whedon in charge of the X-men movie universe. He's written a bunch of their issues and actually knows the plots and characters.
Ah, Whedon's probably a little burnt out on the comic movie thing after Age of Ultron. I don't blame him. And Magneto was one of the Four Horsemen on X-Men Evolution, as was Mystique, Professor X and, I think, Storm too. So maybe they weren't in the comics, but at least in some other versions it was done before this movie.
I wasn't aware they were planning any further ahead than Deadpool 2 and Wolverine 3, apart from whatever main film is coming after Apocalypse which they're saying is going to follow the pattern of DOFP being in the 1970's, Apocalypse in the 80's, and the next one in the 90's. I guess maybe they're not planning on rebooting everything quite as soon as I was originally led to believe?
They should still be able to do the Savage Land and Mojoverse, though I'm wondering if either of those will be in a standard X-Men movie or something like a Wolverine solo film or even Deadpool. But there was also talk of a space-themed idea which would probably mean Shii'ar aliens and a proper Phoenix. Or maybe the Starjammers and the Phalanx instead?