When it comes to superhero movies, there are few more iconic than the X Files.
It has the most memorable and iconic villains of any series in the history of television, and the most iconic villains in the series’ entire run.
For the X Factor season 5 winner, it was her appearance in the X Men: The First Class soundtrack that really cemented her as a pop culture icon.
The track is so popular that it’s used as the opening theme for Marvel’s upcoming superhero flick Avengers: Infinity War.
But even more than that, the song is part of a massive, multi-decade catalog of superhero music that has never been fully released to the public.
While the X Music series of albums has never officially released a full soundtrack, it’s been widely rumored that it will.
While that has been a long-held goal of the XMusic series, the project is not yet officially in the works.
That’s because XMusic is a collaboration between Sony Music and Warner Bros. Studios.
And while it’s still early days in the partnership, it looks like Sony Music has made it clear that it wants to do the collaboration.
“The X Music team has been in touch with Sony Music, and we’re thrilled to share the collaboration with fans and fans of the music,” said Sony Music President and CEO Michael Yount in a statement.
“With Sony Music’s backing, X Music has the vision and resources to complete this project.”
The partnership will also include a new feature that will let fans watch X-Movies in their homes and stream them to their mobile devices.
“Fans of the original X-MEN, X-FORCE, and X-TARGET have already shared their passion for the music in a number of ways,” Sony Music said in a press release.
“They’ve shared their favorite X-movies, listened to songs from the series, watched the XFiles, watched episodes of X Files, and even downloaded songs from our collection to their smartphones.
The X Music partnership with Warner Bros., along with our ongoing efforts to build a library of the best music in the Marvel Universe, will help to provide fans the most expansive, up-to-date, and engaging X-music experience.”
The X-Music collaboration will be available to download for free via the Sony Music app on October 25.
The partnership also includes exclusive content for the XMovies subscription service.
Sony Music will also be partnering with the Xtra app to bring exclusive music from the XMen series to the Xmovies app.
This is just the latest partnership between Sony and Warner, which includes the XMPP streaming service, which also includes a collection of the most-recent episodes of The X Files on Blu-ray.