While both franchises will take place in the same universe, the characters will not share the screen any time in the near future.
Hugh Jackman, Nicolas Hoult and James McAvoy are standing in the halls of the Mutant Academy in this latest look at Bryan Singer's upcoming sequel.
Director Bryan Singer announced the news on Twitter yesterday with the last photo from the Montreal set.
Magneto's helmet, Havok's shockwave suit, and Angel's wings are the last remnants of a Mutant culture in this futuristic sequel.
These machines built by Trask Industries will hunt down every mutant on Earth, sending Wolverine on a desperate time travel mission.
Professor X and Magneto seek out Wolverine for his help in stopping a Mutant holocaust in this upcoming franchise sequel from Bryan Singer.
The director reveals a sound stage where he is shooting at a whopping 3600 frames per second, 150 times faster than the standard rate.
The filmmaker confirms that Scarlet Witch will not appear in this sequel, and that Josh Helman is playing a young William Stryker.
The director is dwarfed by this massive robot which hunts down mutants in this upcoming superhero sequel, currently shooting in Montreal.
The director dives deeper into the X-Men mythos and releases yet another photo from the set featuring Mystique choking out one of her enemies.
The website unveils several videos and photos of the Sentinels used to hunt down the mutants in Bryan Singer's sequel.
Michael Fassbender's stunt double unleashes the super-villain's wrath in this inside look at Bryan Singer's superhero sequel.
In addition, we have hi-res versions of the Professor X and Magneto posters released yesterday.
Plus, we have footage from the press conference featuring stars Hugh Jackman, director Bryan Singer and a whole lot more.
Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellan are featured in these first one-sheets.
Fans at the San Diego convention dressed as X-Men can visit the Star Diner at Comic-Con's Interactive Zone from 6 PM to 8 PM today.
Bolivar Trask is showing off his mutant hunting technology at the Hard Rock in San Diego from 8am-5pm today.
The ancient villain is rumored to be at the heart of all future mutant movies as Fox movies their franchise in a new direction.
Nicolas Hoult, Lucas Till and Hugh Jackman are revealed in their period style costumes from this upcoming X-Men adventure.