X-Men: First Class

Release Date: 2010 - 20th Century Fox

Summary: Debuting in 2006, Marvel’s “X-Men: First Class” comics began as an all-ages series that focused on the first years of the original X-Men members: Cyclops, Jean Grey (Marvel Girl), Iceman, Beast and Angel. The series was an unexpected success and has since spawned several volumes. It isn’t clear at this point, what sort of story — or characters — the studio is envisioning for the film. Whether the studio’s plans for an “X-Men: First Class” film involve some of the younger mutants already introduced in previous films or a look at younger versions of the existing team leaders in the film has yet to be announced, but that’s likely to be the topic of much debate between now and when the decision goes public.
With X-Men: Apocalypse wrapping up primary shooting last week, many assumed that would also bring an end to director Bryan Singer's numerous set teases, but alas, that is not the case. Click the jump to see Singer's latest tease for the upcoming mutant-based film! - Gutspinner
The fact that The Wolverine 3 will be Hugh Jackman's final portrayal of Logan has led to mass speculation about what the sequel will have in store. Now, X-Men Origins: Wolverine star Liev Schreiber speaks to Jimmy Fallon about his involvement in the film... - Gutspinner
The latest entry in the Fantastic Four franchise may have came out two weeks ago. Nonetheless, this movie was such a train wreck that I felt the need to add my two cents. - AvatarTarSauce
X-Men: Apocalypse director Bryan Singer has been using his instagram account for some time now to tease fans on the production of next year's entry into the mutant based franchise, and he's done it again. Click the jump to see it now! - Gutspinner
X-Men: Apocalypse is slated for release on May 27, 2016, and director Bryan Singer has been eager to upload teasers for fans via his Instagram profile. Singer's most recent upload may just be one of his most mysterious (and exciting) ones yet! Click the jump to check it out. - Gutspinner
With Fox bringing out several entries in the X-Men franchise over the next few years, I take a look at what Fox should do with the franchise, and what Marvel Studios should do with the Fantastic Four franchise should they retrieve the film rights - Gutspinner
As fans have known for a while now, when Deadpool rolls around next year, Colossus will be played by 'Once Upon A Time' star Andre Tricoteux, as opposed to Daniel Cudmore, who played the metal mutant in X2: United, X-Men 3: The Last Stand and X-Men: Days of Future Past. However, recently director Tim Miller revealed that he did offer Cudmore the role, and Cudmore has confirmed it himself. Click the jump for details. - Gutspinner
Josh Trank's Fantastic Four is finally upon us, but is it any good? The film has been receiving a lot of hate leading up to its release, so hit the jump to find out if the film is deserving of such judgement or not! - Gutspinner
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Happy Canada Day everybody! For the occasion, here's a comedic analysis of the best Canadian characters in Tv and Movies. - AvatarTarSauce
Most of us on this website love Marvel movies. However we are all aware that they aren’t perfect. Therefore here is a five part miniseries of a comedic look on the many problems of the marvel movies. - AvatarTarSauce
The Comic Book Show gives you your weekly fix of comic book news, reviews, previews, and discussion. The show's hosts and crew take a break from their traditional show to bring you this LIVE X-Men script reading. - DangerRoom
A 50/50 draw brings on our first 3-way fight! - RobGrizzly
Mad Men may be coming to an end, but the chances of January Jones reprising the role of Emma Frost is unlikely after X-Men: Days of Future Past indicated that she had been killed off in the years between that X-Men: First Class. Drown your sorrows with this hot new photoshoot... - JoshWilding
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Power Rangers live-action reboot film will be penned by X-Men: First Class' screenwriters. Check it out. - nailbiter111
Now that Bryan Singer's X-Men: Days of Future Past is about to land in theaters it seems to be a good time for Cinema Sin to debut their "Everything Wrong With" video for Matthew Vaughn's X-Men: First Class. Come check it out! - nailbiter111
X-Men: Days of Future Past comes out next year, and I have the blueprint for a perfect adaptation that will please hardcore comic book fans and casual moviegoers alike. What is it? Read on to find out. - Khan
The co-writer of the follow up up to Mathew Vaughn's Mutant prequel calls the project "extraordinarily ambitious", and gives us an idea of how the screenplay is coming together.. - RorMachine
Elysium Producer Simon Kinberg - who is also writing the sequel to X-Men: First Class - drops a few hints as to the direction the follow up to Mathew Vaughn's very well received CBM will go.. - RorMachine
AICN have received some info regarding the now officially announced follow up to Mathew Vaughn's brilliant X-Men requel, and if it is accurate, we may see some kind of adaptation of the classic multiple timeline tale.. - RorMachine
One of last years comic book movies "X-Men First Class" will premiere on Cinemax this week! Hit the jump to find out more information! - Wildaniel
Finally, answers to many of my questions were revealed in this excellent prequel film, X-Men: First Class. Another great offering from Matthew Vaughn who also brought us Kickass, this film takes us back to the early 1960s and the origins of the mutant colony of X-Men - Rankogaphy
In a new interview the Golden Globe nominated actor speaks about what he finds most interesting about Magneto and Xavier's relationship, and that the "want to keep that alive" in the sequel.. - RorMachine
Mathew Vaughn's frequent collaborator tells MTV that she is more than happy to work on the script for the second First Class movie, but that will depend on whether the director returns himself.. - RorMachine
The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences has reached a decision on the ten films they'll have to narrow down to five for the visual effects Oscar nomination, but shockingly THOR hasn't made the cut! - JoshWilding