AceShowbiz - "X-Men" franchise may expand its big-screen universe by giving more depth to Evan Peters' Quicksilver. "X-Men: Days of Future Past" second-unit director Brian Smrz hints at the possible spin-off while speaking to Newsarama in a new interview.
"We talked about Quicksilver before," he said when asked if he would be interested to direct his own movie. The stuntman-turned-director added, "I'd love to do a Quicksilver as a solo film because there's a lot to enjoy with that character."
Smrz weighed on his experience working on "Days of Future Past", "Probably the most memorable part of the film was getting the chance to work closely with almost all of the main cast in various scenes. As far as a particular scene that sticks out the most, I'd say the kitchen sequence with Quicksilver. I ended up doing a lot of that."
"I did most of it, to be honest. I have a great relationship with Bryan Singer, and he really let me do a lot there. The scenes where they enter, as well as parts where they're frozen - I did most of it. It's very time consuming, especially with the phantom camera and the rain. Bryan was there and did some of the key parts, but I did the rest."
Smrz will return for the sequel "X-Men: Apocalypse". "Well, there will be another Quicksilver scene, which I'm looking forward to; that'll be fun," he teased. Due May 27, 2016, it will be helmed by Singer. James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Nicholas Hoult and Jennifer Lawrence will reprise their respective roles as well.