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It looks like X-Men: Apocalypse will pick up where Days of Future Past left off, and that’s in ancient Egypt. Bryan Singer shared a photo of the treatment for the new movie, highlighting the start of “sequence 1-15.” When it …
Blackbeard looks a lot like how Jackman’s Jean Valjean looked at the beginning of Les Miserables.
By Ray Flook and Alejandra Bodden Following-up on Hannah Means-Shannon’s posts (on the “look” of the show and on the Red Carpet experience) and our own photos posted, we were lucky enough to score passes to the May 10th premier …
Step One: Drink I found out a week beforehand that I’d been invited to attend the Red Carpet Premier of the film in New York on Saturday, May 10th by the sponsoring company for the gala world tour, TCL. The …
That “if” is still in there.
If Bryan Singer and team have loaded this with as many resonances as X2, for example, we’ll be onto a real winner.
As a bit of fun on the Matt Edmonson Show on BBC Radio 1 as Hugh Jackman sings a parody of Who Am I from Les Miserables as Wolverine: The Musical.
Sequels To Fantastic Four, The Wolverine, A Mystery Fox-Marvel Movie And Secret Ridley Scott Film All Get Release Dates
Maybe this explains a thing or two. And I think you know which thing or two I mean.
You just never know when a filmmaker might be in a sharing mood.
Shaun Leonard writes: We won’t see Rogue in Days of Future Past. There are many reasons her Xclusion from the sequel makes sense, the most plot-centric of which being the fact that her character took the mutant cure in X-Men: …
Peter Pan is to pirates as yappy little terriers are to postmen, it would seem.
With The Wolverine headed to home entertainment in the coming weeks, the more cynical of you might assume this is a timed leak, but according to Deadline, Fox have started negotiating with Hugh Jackman and director James Mangold for another …
All of mutantkind is here. Well, more or less. This is a phenomenal amount of X-people.
If you want the longer cut and the commentary then you’re going to have to pay the extra for the 3D set.
As we’ve known for a good while,the title role in Neill Blomkamp’s Chappie has gone to Sharlto Copley. He’ll be playing the role of a law enforcement robot through performance capture.
As designed by Adam Ross of Legacy Effects. Good work, Ross.
Here’s Charles Xavier and a couple of his fellow mutants in the oh-so-shiny corridor that did, does or will lead to Cerebro. Prequels can be wriggly like that. UPDATE: Sorry, it’s gone, at the request of Kasimira C. Verdi, courtesy …
It’s an easy mistake. Anyone could make it. If they just don’t give a hoot.