Including an unfeasible amount of extrapolation about how the plot will work, all based on this one image.
Here’s Charles Xavier in all of his… well, this isn’t glory.
As much as possible for any film about a returning franchise player, the plans for The Wolverine seem to be for a standalone story, Well… more or less.
We don’t know if Kitty Pryde will be the lone X-traveller for future to past in this storyline, as it was in the comic, but I sure hope Singer gets as much out of Ellen Page as he can.
Costume designer Louise Mingenbach looks upon her creation and… crosses her arms.
An expert bit of teasing by Bryan Singer here.
Does Halle Berry look pregnant in this image to you? I think she may have been overstating things a little when she claimed that Singer would have to shoot around her baby bump.
We have another mutant. How many is that now…?
I don’t know what these shoulder plates are about but surely this is one guy who would wear as little metal as possible?
Halle Berry has surmised that her pregnancy will impact on X-Men: Days of Future Past. It won’t. At all.
That might be a photo of Nicholas Hoult in makeup, or it might be a CG test image. I’m expecting its the latter, and if it is, it’s impressive.
Bryan Singer announces a most odd sounding piece of casting on his Twitter feed. But he may be telling the truth…
There’s going to be more to the Chinese Iron Man 3 than first meets the eye. It’s going to be a real milestone in the Marvel Movieverse, the first crossover between the “core Marvel movies” and those at other studios.
The promise of sideburns for X-Men: Days of Future Past and Danny Boyle’s surprise at his own next project.
So is he, or isn’t he playing Bolivar Trask?
Also including an interesting anecdote about X-Men 3.
One of Britain’s bona fide movie stars on three of his big roles for this year.
In fact, James McAvoy has had a few things to say of note just lately.