Even if it appears that the X-Men won't join the MCU for a while, the mutants already have a place at the table for the upcoming years.
Fan-casts for the X-Men are currently emerging quickly, much like with their old Fox neighbors, the Fantastic Four.
More than a few Hollywood megastars have discussed the possibility of taking on significant mutant roles when they eventually enter the bigger MCU
Among them are The Little Mermaid's Halle Bailey, who recently stated that she would like the opportunity to play Storm when the time comes
and Top Gun: Maverick's Glen Powell, who may be considering playing the team's leader, Cyclops.
Through these fan-casting hypotheses, Rogue, who was originally portrayed by Anna Paquin
opposite Hugh Jackman's Wolverine and Patrick Stewart's Professor X, has gone unnoticed.
Now, that role has come to the forefront recently thanks to Hollywood fan-favorite Keke Palmer.
star Keke Palmer took to Twitter to share her thoughts on potentially playing the X-Men's Rogue in the MCU.