During a recent press event for his new film, 10th & Wolf, James Marsden talked about returning to the X-Men franchise for any sequels or spinoffs on our favorite mutants.

We asked James about a spinoff for his character of Cyclops; he kind of danced around the subject, but did say, "Yeah, I think this is going to be - no, no, I, um - I have no idea. I don't think that they're doing a Cyclops spin-off, but, if they're doing a 4th one, I don't know, I doubt it. I think they're just going forward with the Wolverine spin-off, I think with Hugh (Jackman)."

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Even though it's supposedly a prequel for Wolverine, James said he'd love to join the cast if he's asked. "It's prior to our meeting in the first film. Yeah, I feel very lucky to be a part of those films and great affection for the comics and for those characters and I feel very lucky to be a part of it and I would. If they'd have me, I'd be a part of everyone they did."

Wolverine is set for a 2007 release; currently David Ayer is re-wrting the orginal David Benioff script.

As far as 10th & Wolf, James stars as a former Marine, who returns to his life as a member of the mob 'family' in Philadelphia. The film is loosely based on the true story of the real life Donny Brasco. His castmates include Giovanni Ribisi, Brad Renfro, and Piper Perabo. The film is written and directed by Bobby Moresco from Crash.

10th & Wolf hits theaters August 18th; it's rated R.