X-Men Origins: Magneto

X-Men Origins: Magneto The original X-Men film began with a prologue that showed the character Erik Lehnsherr as a child being led to a concentration camp by Nazis and that is the period in which the Magneto film will take place. The storyline will heavily involve a youthful Professor X, a soldier in the allied force that liberated the concentration camps. The professor meets Magneto after the war and while they bond over the realisation that they are alike in their special powers, their differences soon turn them into enemies.
With word of Singer's return to X-Men, the Hollywood Reporter inquires into the future of other superhero movies in development, most notably Magneto.
Studio exec and script writer give us insight into the future of the project.
Check out this awesome fan-made trailer for an X-Men Origins: Magneto movie starring Sir Ian McKellen!
Sir Ian McKellen talks about the Magneto movie and Patrick Stewart's cameo in X-Men Origins: Wolverine!
The Ninja Assassin director (and rumored Superman relaunch director) denies being attached to Magneto.
David Goyer gives us the latest on the magnetic mutant's movie.
"V For Vendetta Director" is in talks to direct "X-Men Origins: Magneto."
The director of X-Men Origins: Wolverine says Magneto is a "phenomenally interesting character."
"A look at the early life of Eric Lensherr and his friendship with Charles Xavier, and how the one-time allies became mortal enemies."
Calling all Magneto fans! Per David Goyer "X-Men Origins: Magneto" will move forward next year!
Will it happen? Will the guy who first brought us the Concentration Camp scene in X1 be back to direct the Mutant Magneto on his first solo big screen debut?
IMDB lists James McTeigue (V for Vendetta) as "in talks" to direct the movie from a script by David Goyer (Batman Begins) who was unable to direct due to his commitment to his The Invisible Man.
'X-Men: First Class will be lighter fare and the Magneto script is "fantastic."
20th Century Fox has put a hold on the X-Men spin-off "X-Men Origins: Magneto" until they have seen success with "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" --so says David S. Goyer.
Marvel movie producer Lauren Shuler-Donner gave an interview to the UK's Empire magazine where she leaked a bit more info on plans for X-Men Origins: Magneto...
The synopsis for X-Men Origins: Magneto has appeared in Production Weekly. It gives a backstory of the youthfull metal-controlling mutant, who was portrayed by Sir Ian McKellen in the X-Men movies.
David Goyer! You just wrote the biggest movie of the year. What are you gonna do next?
Goyer's script for the 5th X-Men movie has been leaked to a select few. The Magneto movie, probably to be called X-Men Origins: Magneto, will detail the early beginnings of the mutant master of magnetism...
The Latino Review came across a scoop while visiting the Hellboy II creature effects shop...
Brit entertainment mag Empire Online spoke to Sir Ian McKellen about doing Magneto in the future X-Men Origins: Magneto movie...
For fans of the X-Men franchise, we know you’ve been awaiting news – any news – of the spin-off movies that have been promised. Well, with Wolverine reported to begin shooting in November, we’ve got some great news on Magneto.
Wizard Entertainment got exclusive Q&A time with David Goyer at Wizard World Chicago asking about his progress directing the X-men prequel "Magneto" as well as his other projects including his return to writing for DC comics, a Green Arrow film entitled "Supermax", and an episode of a "Heroes" spin-off series entitled "Heroes: Origins".
We’ve known for awhile now that there is going to be a pair of prequels made for the X-Men franchise, one featuring everyone’s favorite bad-boy Wolverine, and the main villain of the franchise, Magneto.
David Goyer will direct "Magneto," the "X-Men" spinoff in development from 20th Century Fox and Marvel Studios that centers on the villain played in the original trilogy by Ian McKellen.
Find out what motivates the mutant master of magnetism in the upcoming solo movie.