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If Bryan Singer and team have loaded this with as many resonances as X2, for example, we’ll be onto a real winner.
Singer confirms the title of the film does have something to do with the famous Age of Apocalypse storyline in the comics from the 90s, though of course it’s getting its big screen tweaks
There’s also a great bit of James McAvoy being really excited.
There are a good number of interesting little fragments in this thirty-second promo. Days of Future Past certainly seems to be full of ideas.
I’m sceptical. Very. But we’ll see.
If it’s all for the good of the film, a few bruised egos would be a tiny price to pay.
Singer reveals just a smidgen of details about the threequel bearing the name of one of the X-Men’s most iconic foes.
The show has already been picked up straight to series for 13 episodes so we should see it on CBS’ fall schedule.
I don’t know if he’s had a change of heart, has come under orders from Fox or just overlooked a detail when making his original claims, but Singer has now changed his story.
I’m just going to leave this lying here… “Do you know what happens to a Toad when it’s struck by lightning?”
Concept Art For Brainiac From Bryan Singer’s Nixed Superman Returns Sequel (Plus Bonus Plot Details)
Brainiac would have visited Earth to fix it. With violence.
She had only filmed one scene, which became extraneous.
Brendon Connelly already reported this on the film side of Bleeding Cool. But I know some of you don’t go there, you prefer to stick in your comic book enclave (and frankly, so do I most of the time), but …
Bryan Singer Working With X2 Writers On X-Men Apocalypse (And A New, “Mutants In Time” Marvel Comic)
Bryan Singer is into the X-world right up to his neck.
Also reiterates our earlier reporting that the film will be a direct sequel to Days of Future Past.
It does make you wonder what the longer-term plan might be… I set about doing some digging, way back then, and have been asking around to see what I could find out at every opportune moment ever since. Certain things …
I’ve been doing some digging, and asking around to see what I could find out about Fox’s X-plans. Certain things started to come into focus, but nothing became really clear until yesterday.
Bryan Singer has just announced an X-Men: Apocalypse film for 2016 release: #Xmen #Apocalypse 2016! — Bryan Singer (@BryanSinger) December 5, 2013 Update: It’s trickling around twitter that Fox has sent confirmation to exhibitors of a May 27, 2016 release. …