Sure, "The Rock" is already set play a supervillain for DC Comics (five years from now), but hit the jump and check out how he would look as the Marvel villain Apocalypse for the next X-Men sequel.
Ever since the director announced #Xmen #Apocalypse we all assumed that was the official title, named after the big bad of ancient Egypt (Armageddon pins and needles just writing about it.) But could a new casting call sheet have indicated that the subtitle was meant to be 'Akkaba' all along? Hit the jump for more on the story.
Need to know more about the next X-Men movie? This report is sure to satisfy even the most impatient x-fan, with all there is to know about 5 new teammates, as well as some rumors regarding the cast. Hit the jump to learn more about the origins of these characters in a comprehensive guide to everyone's favorite band of outsiders.
Beyond taking place within the X-Men cinematic universe, the highly-anticipated Deadpool movie will apparently help tell a larger story that could play out in X-Men: Apocalypse and beyond. Check it out!
X-Men: Days of Future Past scribe Simon Kinberg talks here about plans to further explore Beast and Mystique's relationship in X-Men: Apocalypse, his excitement about the 1980s setting and teases "some very big set pieces". Hit the jump for details...
Now that we know Cyclops will definitely be in the 1980s set X-Men: Apocalypse, there has been a lot of talk about who should play a younger version of the character James Marsden portrayed in the original X-Men trilogy. As it turns out, he has a pretty damn good suggestion...
In a revealing Q&A with writer Simon Kinberg, he addresses continuity errors, Wolverine still getting his adamantium claws, the possibility of Mystique giving birth to Nightcrawler, Quicksilver's parentage, teases more mutants being in X-Men: Apocalypse, and much, much more...
Though there's nothing official from the actual movie, two websites promoting Bryan Singer's next X-flick have launched. One is a Tumblr page seeking to unite the world's genetically gifted, and the other is a more militant site, aiming to expose the anti-mutant population.
Simon Kinberg, writer of this year's X-Men: Days of Future Past and its 2016 sequel, has offered some clarity on the cast we'll be seeing in Bryan Singer's Apocalypse, explaining the focus will be on the First Class crew and younger versions of the 'future' mutants.
It has been confirmed this evening that Bryan Singer will indeed be back to helm X-Men: Apocalypse, while the first plot details for the movie reveal the setting, how the titular villain may have been created, and which new mutants which will be joining the team. Check it out!
After filming X-Men: Days Of Future Past there; Fox, Bryan Singer and their cast and crew will return to Montreal, Canada, to shoot the next instalment in the block-busting mutant saga. More past the jump..
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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