Michael Fassbender will return to the X-Men franchise in 2016 but he has already pitched story ideas for Magneto to Simon Kinberg, the screenwriter for the film! Hit the jump and check it out.
It appears that Bryan Singer and company are hard at work at writing the screenplay for the next installment in the X-Men franchise. Hit the jump to see what their setup looks like!
Although she only had a small (but memorable) role in Bryan Singer's recent X-Men: Days Of Future Past, Chinese actress Fan Bingbing tells The Star.com that she is contacted to reprise the role of teleporting mutant Blink in the "next four" films.
Asked whether Angel will be one of the Four Horsemen in X-Men: Apocalypse, writer Simon Kinberg remains coy, but does explain the ramifications of the new timeline. Channing Tatum meanwhile talks about auditioning for Gambit in costume and shows off his card throwing skills...
X-Men: Days of Future Past after credits scene gave a tease of Apocalypse and his 'Four Horsemen' and now screenwriter Simon Kinberg discusses what we can expect in the next film.
The next X-Men film is confirmed for 2016, that's a mighty long time to wait...
On The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith, screenwriter and producer Simon Kinberg tells Goldsmith that the next installment to the X-Men film series will take place in 1983.
The original source on this one is a bit shaky (though it has been since picked up by other outlets), but word is that Singer's recent legal troubles have made 20th Century Fox too nervous to allow him to direct the next installment in their lucrative X-Men franchise.
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The co-creator of both DC Comics' Steel and Marvel Comics' Apocalypse, Louise Simonson, talked about the big screen adaptations of both characters, Steel's being in the 1997 movie starring Shaquille O’Neal and Apocalypse's being in 2016's X-Men: Apocalypse.
The merc with a mouth's creator Rob Liefeld took to Twitter today to give hopeful fans an update on the long-rumored X-Force film, claiming that Fox's plans to go ahead with 2016's X-Men: Apocalypse have delayed the film. Hit the jump to check it out!
With X-Men: Days Of Future Past scoring the biggest international opening of any X-Men film, fans are looking ahead at what we can expect for the 2016 follow-up. Hit the jump for a break down of the sequels new villain (spoilers for X-Men: DOFP).
My edit of Archangel made from the Angel Costume in X-Men:The Last Stand.
While reading SPECULATION: Who Could the Four Horsemen Be? by Lantern, I decided to drop a comment agreeing with a fellow CBM user why Wolverine being the Horsemen of Death/War would be a good idea. Needless to say it gave me a few ideas and how it could help shape the franchise going forward. Check them out and let me know what YOU think!
Perhaps Simon Kinberg and Bryan Singer aren't finished with time travel just yet as the former confirms that the plan is to bring back some of the original cast members in X-Men: Apocalypse! Kinberg also addresses who will helm that movie and reveals more about plans for Gambit.
I loved Days of Future Past, it was practically a perfect superhero movie. Here are 5 things I want from (or to see in) X-Men Apocalypse.
In yet another interview with Simon Kinberg, the X-Men: Days of Future Past writer and producer shares his thoughts on bringing Apocalypse to the big screen in 2016's X-Men: Apocalypse, while also teasing the massive presence that the villain will have in the sequel. Check it out!
While vaguely dishing out X-Men: Days of Future Past spoilers (you've be warned), the writer/producer speaks lengthily about X-Men: Apocalypse, Channing Tatum's Gambit, and more. Check it out!
Lauren Shuler Donner revealed at last night's UK premiere for X-Men: Days of Future Past that Channing Tatum will play Gambit, but we now known that he will be introduced in 2016's X-Men: Apocalypse before being given his own solo spin-off. Read on for details!
Many fans of Fox's X-Men franchise feel that the cast that started it all off back in 2000 deserve some more attention on the big screen, and they might get their wish! In a recent interview with HitFix producers revealed that not all hope is lost for Marsden and co!
Ever since X-Men: Apocalypse has been announced, I have been searching, searching for loose ends this could tie up, searching for mutants already featured who could act as the Horsemen. I have searched far and wide, and then it hit me, I took a double take at the main Antagonists of these films, and I noticed a running theme with them.
The Days Of Future Past screenwriter/producer discusses the next movie in the X-Men franchise, and talks about the challenges faced in coming up with a new and compelling screen villain for our mutant heroes to face. Check out the video interview after the jump.
X-Men: Days of Future Past director Bryan Singer and writer/producer Simon Kinberg talk more about 2016's X-Men: Apocalypse, teasing "disaster movie imagery", links to the Age of Apocalypse comic book, and which mutants we should expect to see in the 1980s setting...
Possibly hinting that we could see Jean Grey, Cyclops, or “familiar characters” in a younger iteration, X-Men: Days of Future Past helmer Bryan Singer says he'd like to tell more stories post-Apocalypse!
Teasing viewpoints and other "ancient mutant" aspects of the titular villain, director Bryan Singer and X-Men: Days of Future Past writer Simon Kinberg discuss Apocalypse and the sequel's source material.