Perhaps in an effort to put the minds of worried comic book fans everywhere at ease, X-Men: Days of Future Past director Bryan Singer has taken to Twitter to briefly debunk recent reports which made it sound as if the titular villain of X-Men: Apocalypse would be alien in origin...
Revealing that the new film will focus on the X-Men: First Class cast, a new report has emerged confirming the return of Days of Future Past director Bryan Singer for X-Men: Apocalypse. Check it out!
This international banner for Bryan Singer's upcoming X-flick gives us new looks at Wolverine (Hugh Jackman), Professor X (Patrick Stewart), Storm (Halle Berry), Beast (Nicholas Hoult), Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence) and the young and old versions of Magneto (Michael Fassbender and Ian McKellen).
Apocalypse might be on his way to the big screen in 2016, but which Apocalypse story is the inspiration for the characters inclusion? Apparently, his most famous run is at least being considered by the studio.
SPOILER WARNING: For the After Credits Scene of Days of Future Past. Like many I was severely disappointed by the news of the after credits scene for DOFP, but after giving it some thought, I think I have come to a conclusion more likely and more appealing than my first thoughts.
(MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD). Almost the entire comic book fan community has been up in arms about the recent X-Men Days of Future Past after credits sequence description. Here is why I explain this definitely works and how it's an excellent concept towards a great film.
James Mangold took over the Amazon Movies & TV Twitter account and conducted a global Twitter chat, and while he doesn't reveal too much about The Wolverine sequel, he does offer some interesting insight on his process in making The Wolverine.
Well, I think it's fair to say that no one will have seen this X-Men: Days of Future Past ending coming! The mid-credits scene for that movie has apparently been unearthed, and as you might expect, it leads straight into X-Men: Apocalypse! [WARNING: MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD]
Reiterating the fact that the older 'Magneto' doesn't travel back in time in Bryan Singer's X-Men: Days of Future Past, legendary actor Sir Ian McKellen hints that the majority of the action takes place in 1970s and the future scenes only serve as a way of kicking off the sequel.
According to a new report, X-Men: Days of Future Past will lead directly into X-Men: Apocalypse, with members of both the past and future cast expected to return alongside a few notable new additions. Hit the jump for further details!
"I don’t know whether or not I will do this next movie," says Hugh Jackman on The Wolverine sequel. Could Jackman be hanging up his claws after X-Men: Days of Future Past? What about X-Men: Apocalypse?
Professor Charles Xavier (Pete Holmes) has finally come across a member of the X-Men that is worthy of not being fired. Hit the jump to see Professor X blackmailing Storm (Ororo Monroe).
Bryan Singer dropped the bomb recently that Apocalypse will be the next big bad to take on the X-Men after Days of Future Past hits theatres in 2014, but will it be a by the numbers showdown with the long awaited villain or will Fox go all out and adapt one of the comics biggest events, The Age of Apocalypse?
Simon Kinberg and his Genre Films banner have signed a new three-year first-look deal at 20th Century Fox, and part of that will include helping the studio create a shared cinematic universe for their Marvel characters just as Kevin Feige has done for The Avengers. Read on for details!
Not a rumour, not a hoax and most certainly not just silly speculation! 20th Century Fox and director Bryan Singer have today announced that X-Men: Apocalypse will be hitting the big screen in 2016. Hit the jump to find out exactly which date it lands on!
Courtesy of Fox Home Entertainment, we have one copy of James Mangold and Hugh Jackman's The Wolverine (2-disc standard edition) up for grabs. Find out more details on how you can win this incredible movie after the jump!
Making Hugh Jackman ("X-Men") look like a scuzzy bum is hardwork. Hit the jump to see designs that Isis Mussenden and Phillip Boutte Jr. for hobo-Logan in James Mangold's The Wolverine.
Is it just me, or has this has gone too far? Just for a Recap, Charles Xavier (Pete Holmes) has already fired 6 members of the X-Men: Angel, Gambit, Jubilee, Wolverine, Iceman, and Nightcrawler. Now, he aims the cannon on Rogue (Anna Marie). Hit the Jump to Check it out!
"There are some really cool ideas that I’m dying to tell you, but that would be giving away a secret that is not even formed yet," says Hugh Jackman on his next Wolverine film with James Mangold. Jackman also briefly touches on Days of Future Past.
X-Force creator Rob Liefeld has taken to his official Twitter account to praise Jeff Wadlow's (Kick-Ass 2) take on Fox's upcoming movie adaptation, promising fans that it will make fans of all eras extremely happy! Hit the jump to check out his comments in full.
Director James Mangold talks "The Wolverine 2." Will Wolverine have his iconic costume? What themes and ideas will the sequel explore? And will the sequel have bigger stakes or once again but an emphasis on the characters?
While talking to Total Film, Simon Kinberg outlines why the decision was made pretty early on to have Wolverine go back to try to stop the human/mutant war from ever beginning, and not Kitty Pryde like in the source comics. Read on for more.
Professor Charles Xavier (Pete Holmes) has already axed 5 members of the X-Men: Angel, Gambit, Jubilee, Wolverine, and Iceman. Now, he lowers the boom on Nightcrawler (Kurt Wagner). Bamf!
In this exclusive clip given to us by FOX, Hiroyuki Sanada discusses his fight scene and we get a glimpse into Hugh's preparations in sword to claw combat.
Writing how Old Man Logan should be adapted to film is quite popular on here, so I decided to take my turn.