Bryan Singer has taken to Instagram to welcome back a number of stars from X-Men: First Class, and among them is Lucas Till's Havok. It sounds like we'll be getting a Summers family reunion in X-Men: Apocalypse then, but how will they explain him barely ageing between movies?
Olivia Munn's (Iron Man 2) Psylocke is the latest addition to Bryan Singer's X-Men: Apocalypse, and we recently found out that Ben Hardy would in fact be playing the evil incarnation of Angel. Check out these cool fan-interpretations by Boss Logic after the jump...
X-Men: Apocalypse has added another mutant to the mix. Director Bryan Singer has announced via Instagram that Mortdecai actress Olivia Munn has joined the ensemble cast of the upcoming X-Men sequel. Come check it out!
We knew that the former Eastenders actor would be playing Warren Worthington in the next X-Men movie, but now director Bryan Singer has (all but) confirmed that he'll be playing the evil incarnation of the character, Archangel. Take a look at some awesome concept art after the jump...
Actor Oscar Isaac discusses his preparation methods for playing the titular villain in Bryan Singer's X-Men: Apocalypse..."the embodiment of the Second Coming with the Four Horseman and all. That's scary shit."
Having been announced last year, some new details about the extended 'Rogue Cut' for Fox's X-Men: Days of Future Past have been revealed; specifically, how much longer it will be than the theatrical version. Come check it out!
Though the initial story suggested otherwise, it now appears that former Eastenders actor Ben Hardy actually will be playing winged mutant Warren Worthington/Angel/Archangel in Bryan Singer's X-Men: Apocalypse. Click on for more...
X-Men: Apocalypse director Bryan Singer has unveiled a new piece of production art from the highly anticipated follow-up to X-Men: Days of Future Past, and it confirms that Angel will appear in the movie! However, his surroundings are very strange indeed. Check it out!
While it was initially unclear whether
Hugh Jackman was referring to Bryan Singer's X-Men: Apocalypse
or James Mangold's sequel to The Wolverine
, it appears he was referring to the latter.
"Wolverine... One Last Time" - X-Men star Hugh Jackman, who has played the iconic claw-wielding mutant a record seven times, just tweeted out this fairly ominous message that could have serious implications on the future of Fox's beloved X-Men franchise. Come check it out!