The new X-Men show set to premiere on FOX has finally been given a title, Gifted. While producer Lauren Shuler-Donner revealed the title through a photo of the cast, the title may reportedly change by the time the show airs.
According to a report from Entertainment Weekly, Gifted is simply the working title for the show. It also clarified that Joseph Morgan (Originals), who was photographed at the table read, has not been cast but was merely filling in for someone else.
Interestingly, Gifted is also the name of Joss Whedon and John Cassaday's first arc of Astonishing X-Men. An issue which reunited Kitty Pryde with the team and resurrected Colossus. The show, Gifted, will focus on a family that enters an underground network of mutants after discovering their children have mutant powers.
Actress Natalie Alyn Lind, who plays one of the aforementioned children, tweeted a picture of the cast arriving in Dallas for filming. Included in the photo was X-Men film director Bryan Singer, who helmed the pilot. Gifted is said to interconnect with Singer's larger movie universe.
Gifted is currently in post-production. As of yet, no premiere date has been set.