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X-Men Apocalypse is more than just that other 2016 Marvel superhero movie. The Fox sequel to X-Men: First Class and this summer’s X-Men: Days of Future Past has been quietly building momentum while DC and Marvel prepare for battle with their big films Batman vs. Superman and Captain America 3. X-Men: Apocalypse comes out a few weeks after those two, on May 27, 2016. Bryan Singer, Dan Harris, Michael Dougherty and Simon Kinberg are all currently working on breaking down the story, which will probably deal with the super-evil mutant of the title.

In a new interview, Singer revealed a few more details on the film, including the fact it’ll be an Eighties period piece, and the logical continuation of the Seventies look of Days of Future Past, and that it will have “will more of the mass destruction that X-Men films, to date, have not relied upon.” Read the quotes below. Read More »

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This extra-cuddly edition of Sequel Bits has Keira Knightley cozying up to Chris Pine and Kenneth BranaghJennifer Lawrence getting romantic with Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth, and the Anchorman 2 team showing their love for New York City. After the jump:

  • Michael Bay drops some details about a major Transformers 4 scene
  • Watch video footage of Michael Doughterty announcing Trick ‘r Treat 2
  • Paramount announces an Anchorman 2 “superticket,” see new character posters
  • Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit reveals a new poster and lots of new stills
  • Everyone gets weepy in this TV spot for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

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Trick r treat

Briefly: Fresh off the news of an imminent sequel, FearNet is hosting a 24 hour marathon of Michael Dougherty’s Trick ‘r Treat. The cult horror film will be screening from 6 a.m. EST on Halloween until the following morning, with all kinds of special events in between. They’ll screen the short that inspired the film, some new content filmed for the channel and the 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. screenings will have pop-up trivia. If you haven’t seen this growing Halloween classic, now is the time. [Collider]

‘Trick ‘r Treat 2′ Announced

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Trick ‘r Treat was destined to become a cult classic. Screenwriter Michael Dougherty‘s feature directorial debut Trick R Treat sat on the shelf for over two years, before being dumped on DVD/Blu-ray by Warner Bros — despite earning great reviews and buzz from a handful of screenings. The horror anthology has become a staple of the halloween watching line-up of so many of my friends, but I don’t think anyone ever expected a sequel…

Announced at Monday night’s fan screening in Hollywood, Dougherty surprised the crowd by announcing a sequel during the Q&A session. No more details were announced. Header photo thanks to uhnet. After the jump you can see a better resolution look at the logo and read some quotes.

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Talk about a geek dream team: Iron Man director Jon Favreau, Star Trek co-writer Roberto Orci, Robot Chicken co-creator Seth Green, and Superman Returns co-writer Michael Dougherty are teaming up to write Ex-Comm, described as a “present-day presidential procedural” that’s “a cross between the paranormal suspense of The X-Files and the political intrigue of The West Wing,” for ABC. Meanwhile, Favreau is also gearing up to work on a very different type of series for CBS, about singles mingling in sunny Southern California. More details on both projects after the jump.

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Now that the story of Snow White has been picked clean by three different movie projects, Hollywood’s got its sights on another fairy tale: Cinderella. Last year, Disney bought a pitch for a live-action retelling, to be directed by Mark Romanek from a script by Aline Brosh McKenna (The Devil Wears Prada).

Now we’re getting news about a competing project from Universal, one of the players in the great Snow White movie race of 2011. Ann Peacock (The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe) has been tapped to write a screenplay based on the classic story, with Bruno Aveillan set to helm. Read more after the jump.

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Trick r Treat

It is no secret that I LOVED screenwriter Michael Dougherty‘s directorial debut Trick ‘r Treat (you can watch our video blog review here). Earlier this month Gallery 1988 released a super limited edition t-shirt, designed by Alex Pardee, depicting Sam, one of the main, and scariest, characters from the film. You might remember that we featured this limited edition t-shirt in a previous edition of cool stuff.

Gallery 1988 are now going to release Pardee’s Trick r Treat art as a 6-color 18 x 24 screenprint. Limited to only 100 copies, the prints will be on sale for only $40.00m starting Halloween, this Saturday, Oct. 31st at 12PM PST. You can order them through Gallery1988 Los Angeles and San Francisco.

Gallery1988 LA: (323) 937-7088 / gallery1988@aol.com

Gallery1988 SF: (415) 409-1376 / gallery1988sf@gmail.com

Check out the full design after the jump.

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Trick ‘r Treat Director Talks Sequel

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Michael Dougherty‘s semi-anthology horror film Trick ‘r Treat has been the subject of a lot of blog talk over the past two years, and now thanks to this week’s DVD release, everyone can see it. So, of course, Dougherty is talking about the sequel. In this case, it’s one I’m very interested to hear more about. Read More »

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