In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Ralph Winter, co-producer of the hit film "X-Men," talks about how he tried to see the film with the public on opening night and had to wait for a later show because, well, his film was sold out. He had to settle for a 10:30 pm showing when he discovered seats for the 7:30 pm show had filled up.
"It's fun to watch people enjoy your movie," Winter said in the interview. "I've got to see how people react."
With regards to an X-sequel he said that 20th Century Fox would be foolish not to cash in on the sucess of the first movie, but that he is not yet involved in any future deal.