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http://www.ign.com/articles/2017/03/11/foxs-x-men-tv-series-is-called-gifted?abthid=58c4447fda3b804770000009

FOX'S X-MEN TV SERIES IS CALLED GIFTED

The show, whose pilot will be directed by X-Men movie director Bryan Singer, is called Gifted. X-Men franchise producer Lauren Shuler Donner shared the news while tweeting a photo of a cast reading.

It also seems The Originals and The Vampire Diaries star Joseph Morgan has been cast in Gifted, as Morgan can be seen in the photo. Currently, The Originals' fate hasn't been decided for another season, but with Morgan's casting, it leaves the Vampire Dairies spinoff's future in doubt - though Morgan could also just be a guest star in the Gifted pilot. Interestingly, the character listed for both Morgan and the previously-cast Sean Teale (Incorporated) on their name cards in the photo are the same - "Eclipse." Teale's Marcos Diaz/Eclipse is a mutant created for Gifted -- which will blend new and familiar mutants -- who can absorb and manipulate photons. Whether Morgan is playing some sort of connected character or they are protecting who he's truly playing remains to be seen.

Gifted's cast includes Jamie Chung (Once Upon A Time) as the mutant Blink; Blair Redford (Switched at Birth, Satisfaction) as the mutant Thunderbird; Stephen Moyer (True Blood) as an attorney named Reed; Amy Acker (Person of Interest) as Reed's estranged wife, Katie; Natalie Alyn Lind (Gotham) as one of their mutant children, Lauren; Percy Hynes White (Defiance) as Andy; and Emma Dumont (Pretty Little Liars) as Polaris.

*Update: Redford's character had previously been listed as "Sam" but a new instagram post from his co-star Lind has now revealed he's the X-Men comic book character Thunderbird (heads up via @XMenSaga on Twitter).

Gifted -- written by Matt Nix (Burn Notice) and co-produced by Marvel and Fox -- is expected to be connected to the movies and its story revolves around a family joining an underground mutant network after the parents discover their children have special powers.

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#3 Posted by invain (3992 posts) - - Show Bio

So Singer is still doing X-Men. I remember a report a few months ago that said he will no longer be involved in the movies at all.

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#4 Posted by TristanHeron (453 posts) - - Show Bio

This show could be interesting. It has similarities with the Morlocks, but the lineup appears to be more like Exiles or the future mutant team from DOFP.

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#5 Posted by MacDio (32 posts) - - Show Bio

I like the sound of the show. Legion is alright, but this sounds like it will dig deeper into X-Men lore.

@invain said:

So Singer is still doing X-Men. I remember a report a few months ago that said he will no longer be involved in the movies at all.

Where was that said? I liked Singer's movies, but after 17 years, I honestly wouldn't mind seeing him go.

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#6 Posted by HAWK2916 (3714 posts) - - Show Bio

Looks like Thunderbird will be in this. Also a character called Jace

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@macdio said:

Where was that said? I liked Singer's movies, but after 17 years, I honestly wouldn't mind seeing him go.

http://www.slashfilm.com/x-men-reboot/

First of all, Bryan Singer will not be returning to direct another X-Men movie, despite the rumor we had heard that the next X-Men sequel would shoot in 2017 with him behind the camera. This is a bit surprising since Singer was already talking about how the next movie could take the mutants into space, perhaps delivering a better version of the Dark Phoenix Saga to the big screen.

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#8 Posted by Teerack (10660 posts) - - Show Bio

They should do an Apocalypses arch now where Cyclops, Wolverine, Madrox, and Professor X are brought back as the four horsemen.

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#9 Posted by imfxlix (66 posts) - - Show Bio

@teerack: Even though I'd love to see long haired Cyclops in Apocalypse, I REALLY doubt that it's going to happen, since we just had an Apocalypse movie.

I think they're just gonna go a little deeper with the surprise, my child is a mutant, kind of dynamic, which we never truly explored in the movies/tv shows. Hell, if it's well written and the cast does a good job, we may have something simple, but really interesting.

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#10 Posted by Thunderscream (2283 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm curious if the new character they cast named "Eclipse" is actually Sunspot. Kinda wish Singer would step away from the X-Men and give someone else a shot, though.

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#11 Posted by PeterParkerJr (5520 posts) - - Show Bio

If it's anything like Legion, I'll love it. Any X-Men related TV show is a welcome.

Nice to see Singer is still sticking around the franchise. I guess after the negative response to X-Men: Apocalypse, he decided that now's the time to step down from directing X-Men movies and be more of a behind-the-scenes guy.

If the Apocalypse's response was overwhelming positive like it was for Days of Future Past, I guarantee he'd be directing the next X-flick right now.

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#12 Posted by Teerack (10660 posts) - - Show Bio

@imfxlix said:

@teerack: Even though I'd love to see long haired Cyclops in Apocalypse, I REALLY doubt that it's going to happen, since we just had an Apocalypse movie.

I think they're just gonna go a little deeper with the surprise, my child is a mutant, kind of dynamic, which we never truly explored in the movies/tv shows. Hell, if it's well written and the cast does a good job, we may have something simple, but really interesting.

I wasn't talking about the movies I was thinking it be a good way to unkill everyone all at once in the comics.

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@teerack said:
@imfxlix said:

@teerack: Even though I'd love to see long haired Cyclops in Apocalypse, I REALLY doubt that it's going to happen, since we just had an Apocalypse movie.

I think they're just gonna go a little deeper with the surprise, my child is a mutant, kind of dynamic, which we never truly explored in the movies/tv shows. Hell, if it's well written and the cast does a good job, we may have something simple, but really interesting.

I wasn't talking about the movies I was thinking it be a good way to unkill everyone all at once in the comics.

Yeah, Original Jean Grey is due a resurrection after 13 years on hiatus. Marvel should just stop killing their characters and tell good hero vs villain stories like in the classic days but with modern styles and sensibilities. And bring Jean without the Deus Ex Machina curse that is the Phoenix.

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@ursaber said:
@teerack said:
@imfxlix said:

@teerack: Even though I'd love to see long haired Cyclops in Apocalypse, I REALLY doubt that it's going to happen, since we just had an Apocalypse movie.

I think they're just gonna go a little deeper with the surprise, my child is a mutant, kind of dynamic, which we never truly explored in the movies/tv shows. Hell, if it's well written and the cast does a good job, we may have something simple, but really interesting.

I wasn't talking about the movies I was thinking it be a good way to unkill everyone all at once in the comics.

Yeah, Original Jean Grey is due a resurrection after 13 years on hiatus. Marvel should just stop killing their characters and tell good hero vs villain stories like in the classic days but with modern styles and sensibilities. And bring Jean without the Deus Ex Machina curse that is the Phoenix.

I agree. Heroes should die once every 10 or so years to make it actually something to care about now just as shock value to prop up their uninteresting events every year.

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@teerack said:
@ursaber said:
@teerack said:
@imfxlix said:

@teerack: Even though I'd love to see long haired Cyclops in Apocalypse, I REALLY doubt that it's going to happen, since we just had an Apocalypse movie.

I think they're just gonna go a little deeper with the surprise, my child is a mutant, kind of dynamic, which we never truly explored in the movies/tv shows. Hell, if it's well written and the cast does a good job, we may have something simple, but really interesting.

I wasn't talking about the movies I was thinking it be a good way to unkill everyone all at once in the comics.

Yeah, Original Jean Grey is due a resurrection after 13 years on hiatus. Marvel should just stop killing their characters and tell good hero vs villain stories like in the classic days but with modern styles and sensibilities. And bring Jean without the Deus Ex Machina curse that is the Phoenix.

I agree. Heroes should die once every 10 or so years to make it actually something to care about now just as shock value to prop up their uninteresting events every year.

Only Marvel hero who's stayed dead is Mar-Vell.

The rest have died and come back. When a hero is resurrected, he/she will never properly die or stay dead so they should drop the idea of killing them and just tell their stories.

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#17 Posted by Teerack (10660 posts) - - Show Bio
@ursaber said:
@teerack said:
@ursaber said:
@teerack said:
@imfxlix said:

@teerack: Even though I'd love to see long haired Cyclops in Apocalypse, I REALLY doubt that it's going to happen, since we just had an Apocalypse movie.

I think they're just gonna go a little deeper with the surprise, my child is a mutant, kind of dynamic, which we never truly explored in the movies/tv shows. Hell, if it's well written and the cast does a good job, we may have something simple, but really interesting.

I wasn't talking about the movies I was thinking it be a good way to unkill everyone all at once in the comics.

Yeah, Original Jean Grey is due a resurrection after 13 years on hiatus. Marvel should just stop killing their characters and tell good hero vs villain stories like in the classic days but with modern styles and sensibilities. And bring Jean without the Deus Ex Machina curse that is the Phoenix.

I agree. Heroes should die once every 10 or so years to make it actually something to care about now just as shock value to prop up their uninteresting events every year.

Only Marvel hero who's stayed dead is Mar-Vell.

The rest have died and come back. When a hero is resurrected, he/she will never properly die or stay dead so they should drop the idea of killing them and just tell their stories.

Clearly I know that? :P Since Superman came back to life Marvel and DC have lost all interest in respecting the idea of death. The only place it matters now is in alternate universe or different companies like Image.

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@teerack said:

Clearly I know that? :P Since Superman came back to life Marvel and DC have lost all interest in respecting the idea of death. The only place it matters now is in alternate universe or different companies like Image.

But before Superman, Jean was killed off in Dark Phoenix Saga and resurrected as part of Jim Shooter's editorial retcon. Phoenix Rising I think it was. She began Marvel's character resurrection trope and became its poster child but you already knew that :)

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@ursaber said:
@teerack said:

Clearly I know that? :P Since Superman came back to life Marvel and DC have lost all interest in respecting the idea of death. The only place it matters now is in alternate universe or different companies like Image.

But before Superman, Jean was killed off in Dark Phoenix Saga and resurrected as part of Jim Shooter's editorial retcon. Phoenix Rising I think it was. She began Marvel's character resurrection trope and became its poster child but you already knew that :)

It kind of made sense with Jean being the Phoenix since life, death, and resurrection is what a Phoenix is all about, and even before Jean it sorta happened with Captain America and a few other characters but it wasn't really a anything high profile. After The Death and Return of Superman story line(which was record breaking in terms of sales) there was an actual resonance of new stories where characters came back from the dead. It was the sorta thing that fueled right into and lead to the 90's being ruled by garbage like the Onslaught Saga, Clone Saga, Heroes Reborn, Emerald Twilight, etc. It introduced this era to comics where people felt like they could do anything with a character because they could always undo it and reboot it. Which when you compare comics from the 80s to the 90s its really clear that writers actually put a lot of thought into the consequences of the stories in the 80s, while in the 90s it was just a cocaine fueled fever dream that lead to marvel almost going out of business.

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#20 Posted by ursaber (2935 posts) - - Show Bio

@teerack said:
@ursaber said:
@teerack said:

Clearly I know that? :P Since Superman came back to life Marvel and DC have lost all interest in respecting the idea of death. The only place it matters now is in alternate universe or different companies like Image.

But before Superman, Jean was killed off in Dark Phoenix Saga and resurrected as part of Jim Shooter's editorial retcon. Phoenix Rising I think it was. She began Marvel's character resurrection trope and became its poster child but you already knew that :)

It kind of made sense with Jean being the Phoenix since life, death, and resurrection is what a Phoenix is all about, and even before Jean it sorta happened with Captain America and a few other characters but it wasn't really a anything high profile. After The Death and Return of Superman story line(which was record breaking in terms of sales) there was an actual resonance of new stories where characters came back from the dead. It was the sorta thing that fueled right into and lead to the 90's being ruled by garbage like the Onslaught Saga, Clone Saga, Heroes Reborn, Emerald Twilight, etc. It introduced this era to comics where people felt like they could do anything with a character because they could always undo it and reboot it. Which when you compare comics from the 80s to the 90s its really clear that writers actually put a lot of thought into the consequences of the stories in the 80s, while in the 90s it was just a cocaine fueled fever dream that lead to marvel almost going out of business.

Well said. At least the early 90's were good, BUT it eventually led to the mid and late 90's which were godawful. Death of Superman was definitely more popular and mainstream so points for that.

I don't know how Captain America ended during the 40's but technically he didn't die. He became an icicle. AND so was Jean Grey. The Jean Grey resurrection told the story that Phoenix took on Jean's form and the real Jean was in a cocoon in Jamaica Bay. So she died but it was retconned. In any case I'm glad they did because Jean Grey is my favorite X-Men of all time. I just wish Dark Phoenix Saga had happened like the 90's X-Men TAS where Jean killed herself but the Phoenix revived her with the help of the X-Men's life forces and then went off to continue being Guardian of Creation. Better that way.

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FX RENEWS LEGION FOR SEASON 2

FX has announced it's renewed Legion for a second season. The Marvel series, which is set in the X-Men universe, is currently airing its first season.

Noah Hawley will continue to serve as creator and executive producer on Legion: Season 2, which will debut in 2018.

"We are thrilled there will be a new season of Legion. Noah's spectacular take on David Haller and all the other characters he brought to life makes us ache for more. We're particularly proud of our partners at FX and the success we share on our first TV series together," Jeph Loeb, Executive Producer and Head of Marvel Television, said in a statement.

Legion's eight-episode first season is currently airing on FX. Its sixth episode airs Wednesday, March 15, and sees David Haller going "back to where it all started." To catch up on Legion, make sure to read IGN's reviews of Season 1 so far.

"There's a certain impish quality to the show that really appeals to me," star Dan Stevens told IGN of bringing Legion to life. "If you're going to talk about things that are that big and that heavy, you don't need to be serious about it. You can present it seriously, but it doesn't have to be serious all the time. I think that fits with David the character. It's part of his characteristic. That to me is what the spirit of comic books is about. That's why it appeals to me."

This isn't the only series Hawley is working on. He's also showrunning Fargo: Season 3, which is currently filming. Starring Ewan McGregor, Carrie Coon, David Thewlis and Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Season 3 will premiere on Wednesday, April 19th at 10 p.m. Here's a tease of how the new Fargo will connect to past seasons.

Meanwhile, FOX is currently developing another Marvel/X-Men TV series called Gifted. Written by Matt Nix (Burn Notice) and co-produced by Marvel and FOX, Gifted revolves around a family joining an underground mutant network after the parents discover their children have special powers. The series stars Jamie Chung as the mutant Blink; Blair Redford as the mutant Thunderbird; Stephen Moyer as an attorney named Reed; Amy Acker as Reed's estranged wife, Caitlin; Natalie Alyn Lind as one of their mutant children, Lauren; Percy Hynes White as Andy; Coby Bell (as Jace; and Emma Dumont as Polaris. Unlike Legion, Gifted is expected to tie-in to the X-Men movies.

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#22 Posted by adamTRMM (5264 posts) - - Show Bio

It's rumored X-force has a director already. And I'm kind of intrigued.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3053198/

Have you seen Smokin' Aces? That movie had a strong Guy Ritchie vibe and stylewise I say it did deliver. Plot was somewhat messy, but regardless there were some gold elements of cinematography and soundtrack that I still love to this very day. Now they also need to bring in Clint Mansell to create the score and we have something real to be hyped about.

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#24 Posted by invain (3992 posts) - - Show Bio

@adamtrmm said:

It's rumored X-force has a director already. And I'm kind of intrigued.

That sounds like it could be good. I don't know how to feel about Ryan Reynolds writing because as far as I know, he has not written before. It kind of reminds me of how comic book artist in the 90s received crazy hype, and were allowed to start writing. We ended up with the dull plots of Jim Lee and Todd McFarland and the bad plots by Rob Liefeld. Eh, at least it can't end up being as bad as the original source material.

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#25 Posted by adamTRMM (5264 posts) - - Show Bio

@invain:

I'm with ya on this, same feeling right here. I hope these guys' success won't get them drunk with it because that's where fall from grace naturally lies all the time.

Well, knowing Wolverine Origins, it actually kinda can :p

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#26 Posted by invain (3992 posts) - - Show Bio

@adamtrmm:

I don't know... I thought that X-Men Origins: Wolverine was more entertaining than Liefeld's X-Force. I mean, I was able to get through the movie. I can't say the same about Liefeld's run in the comics.

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@invain:

Different medium, different standards and demands. :p It's a known phenomenon lots of people feel obliged to finish the movie they started to watch no matter how bad it is. Regardless, it's a concentrated experience with a calculated beginning and an end. Comics aren't that easily dealt with, you wait month after month, and you can simply stop purchasing it because.........

But that is a good point I must say.

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Marvel's Generations Crossover To Bring Back Dead Heroes With Legacy Ties

http://comicbook.com/2017/03/24/marvels-generations-crossover-to-bring-back-dead-heroes-with-leg

There will be ten stories all crossing over in a larger "Generations" story, pairing up heroes with alternate takes on their own idea and with big-name writers, most of whom have a lot of history with the hero in question.

Here's the complete list of character pairings and writers:

  • Iron Man (Tony Stark and Riri Williams) – written by Brian Michael Bendis
  • Spider-Man (Peter Parker and Miles Morales) – Brian Michael Bendis
  • Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers and Kamala Khan) – G. Willow Wilson
  • Thor (Odinson and Jane Foster) – Jason Aaron
  • Hawkeye (Clint Barton and Kate Bishop) – Kelly Thompson
  • Hulk (Bruce Banner and Amadeus Cho) – Greg Pak
  • Jean Grey (young and older) – Dennis Hopeless
  • Wolverine (Logan and X23) – Tom Taylor
  • Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell and Carol Danvers) – Margie Stohl
  • Captain America (Steve Rogers and Sam Wilson) – Nick Spencer

Fans have long been expecting to see Wolverine and The Hulk back -- and other characters, like Captain America and Thor, had status quo changes that also seemed pretty temporary. But after years of reading along with a younger Jean Grey, the decision to bring back her older, oft-dead-and-resurrected counterpart is a surprise.

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~Goes back to bed~ Wake me when they F this up.

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#31 Posted by MacDio (32 posts) - - Show Bio

So they are bringing back the original Jean but still keeping the teen one?

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#32 Posted by ursaber (2935 posts) - - Show Bio

@macdio said:

So they are bringing back the original Jean but still keeping the teen one?

Seems so. Hopefully Original Jean takes over the Jean solo comic and Teen Jeen remains in X-Men Blue or goes back in time with the other time displaced X-Men. Hope Summers should've been Jean's legacy character. I would've picked Rachel but she's her own superheroine.

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#33 Posted by invain (3992 posts) - - Show Bio

If they're bringing Wolverine back, then hopefully they will send Old Man Logan back to his reality.

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@ursaber said:
@macdio said:

So they are bringing back the original Jean but still keeping the teen one?

Seems so. Hopefully Original Jean takes over the Jean solo comic and Teen Jeen remains in X-Men Blue or goes back in time with the other time displaced X-Men. Hope Summers should've been Jean's legacy character. I would've picked Rachel but she's her own superheroine.

Yeah, Teen Jean Never Actually Really Made Any Sense To Be A Legacy Character. In All Honesty, That Title Would've Belonged More To Her Daughters Hope And Rachel Summers. Though I Do Agree That Hope Makes Alot More Sense Than Rachel. I Mean She Even Has More Power Than Her. Rachel Should Just Be Her Own Hero Like You Said...

@invain said:

If they're bringing Wolverine back, then hopefully they will send Old Man Logan back to his reality.

I Really Do Hope That The Original Middle Aged Version Of Logan Does Come Back So That The Older Version Could Actually Really Go Back To His Own Timeline And Finish The Job That He Started.

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@ursaber said:
@macdio said:

So they are bringing back the original Jean but still keeping the teen one?

Seems so. Hopefully Original Jean takes over the Jean solo comic and Teen Jeen remains in X-Men Blue or goes back in time with the other time displaced X-Men. Hope Summers should've been Jean's legacy character. I would've picked Rachel but she's her own superheroine.

Yeah, Teen Jean Never Actually Really Made Any Sense To Be A Legacy Character. In All Honesty, That Title Would've Belonged More To Her Daughters Hope And Rachel Summers. Though I Do Agree That Hope Makes Alot More Sense Than Rachel. I Mean She Even Has More Power Than Her. Rachel Should Just Be Her Own Hero Like You Said...

To me, replacing the Original classic character, in this case Jean Grey, with merely a younger undeveloped version of herself is regressive and counterproductive. Its like, my legacy character is myself. Its stupid. Rachel is her own woman, her own superheroine. Kinda like how Spider Girl is her own superheroine now. Hope on the other hand is the best suitable legacy for Jean Grey. She has her own interesting story and power sets and to tell the truth, she was like a reincarnation of Jean. That is much better than Tean Jeen or Tean.

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#36 Posted by MarvelMan92 (2599 posts) - - Show Bio

@ursaber said:
@marvelman92 said:
@ursaber said:
@macdio said:

So they are bringing back the original Jean but still keeping the teen one?

Seems so. Hopefully Original Jean takes over the Jean solo comic and Teen Jeen remains in X-Men Blue or goes back in time with the other time displaced X-Men. Hope Summers should've been Jean's legacy character. I would've picked Rachel but she's her own superheroine.

Yeah, Teen Jean Never Actually Really Made Any Sense To Be A Legacy Character. In All Honesty, That Title Would've Belonged More To Her Daughters Hope And Rachel Summers. Though I Do Agree That Hope Makes Alot More Sense Than Rachel. I Mean She Even Has More Power Than Her. Rachel Should Just Be Her Own Hero Like You Said...

To me, replacing the Original classic character, in this case Jean Grey, with merely a younger undeveloped version of herself is regressive and counterproductive. Its like, my legacy character is myself. Its stupid. Rachel is her own woman, her own superheroine. Kinda like how Spider Girl is her own superheroine now. Hope on the other hand is the best suitable legacy for Jean Grey. She has her own interesting story and power sets and to tell the truth, she was like a reincarnation of Jean. That is much better than Tean Jeen or Tean.

Yeah, Hope Actually Has Everything That Is Different From Her Sister, Rachel, And Her Mother, Jean. She Actually Has Everything That Makes Her A Legacy Character. Rachel, Despite Being Related To Jean And Has The Powers Of The Phoenix Force, She Is Really Her Own Person With Her Own Life. She's Not Really All That Interested In Taking Her Own Mother's Place. Hope On The Other Hand Has Everything That Makes Her Interesting And Is Actually The Chosen One Of The Phoenix And Saviour Of Mutant Kind And All Of Humanity And The Cosmos And Possibly The Entire Multiverse. She's Also Pretty Tied To The Other Characters Of The Marvel Universe Like Tony Stark, Cap, Doctor Strange, Iron Fist, And Even Spider-Man Who Is "Destined" To Be Her Teacher And Master. If Anyone Is Gonna Care Jean's Own Legacy, It's Gotta Be Her Youngest Daughter, Hope. The Teenage Version Of Jean Grey Doesn't Even Make Sense To Consider Herself As A Legacy Character. It's Actually Like If The Younger Version Of Tony Stark Took His Adult Self's Legacy Or If A Younger Version Of Characters Like Matthew Murdock, Frank Castle, Or Steve Rogers Taking Their Adult Selves' Legacies. Frank Would Make The Least Sense Out Of Any Of Them As Well As A Skinnier Version Of Steve Rogers. This Kind Of Legacy Doesn't Even Really Make Any Sense Like At All. Like You Said, It Was More Of A Regression Of Jean Rather Than A Development For This Character. Anyway, I Really Hope To See The Original Jean Grey Back And The Younger Versions Going Back To Their Own Timeline. Honestly, Those Kiddie Versions Have Been Nothing But Trouble Eversince They've Gotten Here TBH....

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