X-Men

X-Men The X-Men are a superhero team in the Marvel Comics Universe. They were created by writer Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby, and first appeared in The X-Men #1 (September 1963). The basic concept of the X-Men is that under a cloud of increasing anti-mutant sentiment, Professor Xavier created a haven at his Westchester mansion to train young mutants to use their powers for the benefit of humanity, and to prove mutants can be heroes. The X-Men comics have been adapted into other media, including animated television series, video games, and a commercially successful series of films.
A year ago, Spider-Man joining the MCU seemed like a pipe dream, but today that dream has become a reality. Could the X-Men be next? Even though, Fox has an impressive slate of X-Men films coming up, Hugh Jackman remains optimistic about the idea. Come check it out!
FoX-Men should re-enter the networks with live-action, episodic adventures retelling the X-saga like this...
Get your weekly fix on comic books with related movie, TV, and comic book news, seeing Team DC and Team Marvel duke it out to find out who won the week, and fan suggested brawls. This week on Stan Lee's World of Heroes The Comic Book Show, hosts Jennifer Zhang, Matthew Hiscox, Wes Calimer,and Lucas Ackerman are joined by Michael Coleman and discuss who would win in a fight, the Power Rangers or the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Even though Wolverine & Deadpool's first on-screen meeting didn't end up being as memorable as it could've been, Fox may have a chance to rectify that error as it looks like Hugh Jackman may be interested in going head-to-head with Ryan Reynolds' Merc with a Mouth. Check it out!
The Power Rangers. While on paper they are the cheesy, teens with attitude, can this 90s franchise become the next young adult franchise like The Hunger Games? Today, I explore the reasons why Lionsgate's upcoming reboot can be a game changer for pop-culture. Hit the jump to check it out!
There were a few shake-ups among the release dates of Phase 3 Marvel Cinematic Universe movies when Spider-Man entered the fray – let’s take a look at the current state of things with this infographic
In a recent interview, actor Evan Peters shared his excitement on playing the Marvel speedster, as well as giving his opinion on the character's separate 'Avengers' appearance. Hit the jump for more details!
In news which shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone, composer John Ottman (who has worked with Bryan Singer on everything from X-Men 2 to Superman Returns and X-Men: Days of Future Past) will return to score X-Men: Apocalypse. Hit the jump for details...
The Comic Book Guys talk Comic Book TV from Agent Carter to The Flash, Constantine, Arrow, Gotham, and The Walking Dead! Also, an X-Men Movie Chat! (WARNING: Contains Adult Language)
The Eastenders star was previously up for the role of the young Scott Summers along with several other actors, but after that part was nabbed by Tye Sheridan (Mud), it seems Hardy has signed on to play another character in the movie. Click on for more...
Get your weekly fix on comic books with related movie, TV, and comic book news, seeing Team DC and Team Marvel duke it out to find out who won the week, and fan suggested brawls. This week on Stan Lee's World of Heroes The Comic Book Show, hosts Jennifer Zhang, Matthew Hiscox, and Lucas Ackerman discuss who would win in a fight, Wonder Woman or She-Hulk.
For my 2nd article I've decided to cast the Marvel cinematic universe, with new/different choices of course
Here's a timeline of the crazy lives of the X-Men for all you who are new to the world of mutants!
X-Men: Apocalypse director Bryan Singer has posted another photo to his Instagram account, this time teasing a different design for the Cerebro which James McAvoy will be using as Professor Xavier when he leads a new team of X-Men in the 2016 movie. Hit the jump to check it out...
Is American Horror Story alum Evan Peters still on board to reprise his X-Men: Days of Future Past role as Quicksilver in the much-anticipated X-Men: Apocalypse, or have plans fallen through? Check it out!
An brief art of Kodi Smit-McPhee as "Nightcrawler"
Fuzzy elf fans will be pleased to hear than for the first time since X-Men 2, we'll be seeing Kurt Wagner in an X-movie. Director Bryan Singer just announced that the younger Nightcrawler will be played by The Road's Kodi Smit-McPhee in X-Men: Apocalypse.
X-Men: Apocalypse director Bryan Singer has posted the first piece of production art from the movie on his Instagram account, and it seemingly confirms that a very familiar - and ALIEN - aspect of the titular villain's origin will be in the X-Men: Days of Future Past sequel...
We know Vaughn (Kingsman: the Secret Service) would have used a younger actor to play Logan in Days Of Future Past, but the director tells Empire that his take on the standout scene in which Quicksilver rescues Magneto would also have been very different. "I'm the Juggernaut bitch!"
With a black female protagonist, very reminiscent of Ororo Munroe/Storm, and an African theme, Oya: Rise of the Orisa will not only help the long wait for the Black Panther film, but also make you more excite for it. Hit the jump to watch the entire short film!
Matthew Vaughn was responsible for breathing new life into the stale X-Men franchise with 2011's X-Men: First Class, and he reveals here just how different his take was set to be moving forwards. First up? A new actor playing Wolverine who would have met Hugh Jackman's version...
In the following video interview, Hugh Jackman talks more about why the relationship between Charles Xavier and Wolverine will make for a good movie, how much The Wolverine 2 draws from the comics, his thoughts on Spider-Man joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and more...
With the recent acquisition of fan favorite Spider-Man in a deal with Sony, Marvel Studios has opened up doors never thought existed before. Now, I propose a look into why another one of Marvel's most treasured properties can also fit in with the already established MCU.
Marvel Studios have made a landmark deal with Sony to bring Spider-Man into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Do you comic book movie fans think Kevin Feige should go after Fox's X-Men, Fantastic Four and Silver Surfer next?