Here's what we know. Marvel and Fox suddenly renegotiated their licensing contract to greenlight two X-Men tv shows, Leigon and Hellfire. These shows aren't just licenses, Hellfire is actually being produced in conjunction with Marvel TV. In the meantime, Fantastic Four 2 has been delayed, but also, _Inhumans_ has been pushed out of it's July 19, 2019 slot for some unknown reason, even though Agents of SHIELD has been building it up forever. There is still something slotted for that position, but we don't know what it is, or what the other Phase 4 movies going into 2020 will be either. And finally, Michael B. Jordan joins Black Panther in what should be a violation of his Fox contract and also void him from being in any future Fantastic Four movies...almost like Fox has told him that they probably won't be doing any more with him.
What this is all looking like is that Fox wants to see how the TV show goes (and possibly Spider-Man: Homecoming) before committing to partnering with Marvel the same way Sony has for a MCU Fantastic Four,
And lord knows they need it, seeing as how X-Men: Apocalypse seems to be a travesty.