Bryan Singer will direct the pilot of Battle Creek, the new show from Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan and House creator David Shore. The show follows an FBI agent and a local detective who team to clean up the streets of the Michigan city that gives the show its name.
It’s not the only development for the series this week, as Dean Winters (Oz, 30 Rock, and Allstate’s mayhem) was recently announced as one of the show alongside Kal Penn, Janey McTeer, Aubrey Dollar and Edward Fordham Jr. Read More »
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Well, it’s no Godzilla trailer, but Bryan Singer and the folks at Fox have released another super-brief teaser for X-Men: Days of Future Past. The team there has embraced social media as a means of marketing the new film, but this might be going a bit far. Still, for those who want to see something new from the X-Men, there are a few flashes here. Read More »
We’ll be posting a few pieces from the set of X-Men: Days of Future Past today; you can already read our talk with director Bryan Singer about three of the unique elements of the film: Quicksilver, the Sentinels, and time travel.
In addition to those pieces we’ve got new images from the film, featuring leads Jennifer Lawrence, Peter Dinklage, Michael Fassbender, and Hugh Jackman. That’s one above, and you can get a high-res version of that and three others below. Read More »
Last August I went to Montreal to visit the set of X-Men: Days of Future Past. While in Canada I had the chance to speak to many of the film’s principals, including director Bryan Singer and screenwriter Simon Kinberg. While much of what we saw on the visit has since been revealed to the public through the trailer and a plethora of images, Singer had a lot to say about the creation of the film that hasn’t ended up online yet.
Below you’ll find his comments on three key points: shooting the character Quicksilver, which was accomplished in part through the use of a high-speed camera; the creation and ideas behind the Sentinels; and the use of time travel as a plot device. Read More »
“Imagine the end of Ghostbusters, but with the heroes failing and Gozer taking over the world.” That’s how writer Scott Chitwood describes his upcoming new comic book, Haunted. The story picks up 13 years after the barrier between the real and spiritual worlds collapses, and focuses on a young girl who might have the key to saving the world.
It’s a very cool concept, and months before the comic is set to be released, Bryan Singer‘s Bad Hat Harry productions has picked up the rights. Read More »
Posted on Monday, February 3rd, 2014 by Angie Han
Last year, Zack Snyder unveiled Man of Steel, his Superman reboot with Henry Cavill in the lead role. But had cinematic history gone a bit differently, it could very well have been Bryan Singer premiering his Man of Steel with Henry Cavill in the lead role a few years earlier.
In a recent interview, the filmmaker confirmed that Cavill had been up for the led in 2006′s Superman Returns before Brandon Routh won the part. He also revealed that Man of Steel was the title he’d been considering for his planned sequel, which would have featured the villain Darkseid. Hit the jump to find out why Cavill lost out, what Singer’s Man of Steel would’ve been like, and what he thought of Snyder’s Man of Steel.
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The release of 25 different magazine covers for X-Men: Days of Future Past both answered a bunch of questions but raised a bunch too. We found out what Quicksilver was going to look like, and saw the modern Sentinels, but at the same time, why did Wolverine have metal claws in the future considering what happened in The Wolverine? And wasn’t Rogue cut out of the film?
In an new interview, director Bryan Singer and writer Simon Kinberg answered those questions and even addressed the next announced X-Men film, X-Men Apocalypse, calling it “more of a First Class sequel.” Read the quotes below. Read More »
NOTE: We ran this article in 2011, 2012, 2013 and have updated it for 2014.
The Sundance Film Festival is the best known film festival in the United States. Say the word “Sundance” to anyone, film lover or not, and chances are they’ve heard of the festival. As a movie blog though, the problem with covering Sundance is that virtually all of the movies are brand new. We haven’t heard of them, you haven’t heard of them, so why would you even care about them?
More than any of the casting news, trailers or film stills that we post on a daily basis, what happens in that small corner of Utah for a little over a week in January is probably the most important movie event of the year. Even so, talk to the most seasoned movie fan and they don’t spend half as much time focusing on what’s going on at Sundance as they do bitching about movies that came out three years ago. Plain and simple, the best films that you will see in theaters for the next 12 months are being shown at Sundance over the next week and a half. And while you probably haven’t heard of them in January, you’ll definitely have heard of them by December. Don’t you want in on the ground floor?
For the next 7 days myself, Russ Fischer and Peter Sciretta will be in Park City, Utah at the Sundance Film Festival. And while you might not be eager to click and read about a movie you haven’t heard of yet, we urge you to do so. Some of the films that people hadn’t heard of when they played Sundance in the past are films like Saw, The Blair Witch Project, Donnie Darko, 28 Days Later, Napoleon Dynamite, Memento, Bottle Rocket, Clerks, Reservoir Dogs and The Usual Suspects. Think of all the movies that have been made since because filmmakers like Christopher Nolan, Wes Anderson, Kevin Smith, Quentin Tarantino and Bryan Singer broke out at the Sundance Film Festival. Who is the breakout star this year? You’ll have to follow our coverage to find out.
Still not convinced? We’ve compiled even more films that you know and love that got their start at Sundance after the jump. Read More »
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