Bryan Singer finished 2013 with a bang, revealing that another X-Men sequel, called X-Men: Apocalypse, will hit theaters in 2016. The writer/director is still finishing X-Men: Days of Future Past but the announcement suggested the X-Men universe would continue to expand in a major way.
Singer just did a new interview where he said he’s yet to decide if there will be a post-credit scene teasing the 2016 film. Plus, while he’s co-writing and producing the new sequel, he’s not yet locked in to direct. Read More »
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One of the most memorable things about Toad in the first X-Men film might be that he was on the receiving end of the film’s most unintentionally funny line. But the character, which dates back to the very earliest issues of the X-Men comic series, will get another chance on screen in Bryan Singer‘s X-Men: Days of Future Past.
While Ray Park played him in the original film, this time we’ll see a younger Toad, played by Evan Jonigkeit. Watch a video interview with the actor below. Read More »
Posted on Monday, December 30th, 2013 by Angie Han
2013′s given us all it has to offer at this point, but 2014 is just around the corner with a whole new slate of promising films. The movies I’m most looking forward to are all over the map, running the gamut from provocative arthouse flicks to big-budget superhero movies. After the jump, check out the ten titles that have me giddy with anticipation for the next twelve months.
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Want to see a new photo from X-Men: Days of Future Past? Has a composer been selected for Avengers: Age of Ultron? How can you read the Avengers sequel’s original comic story (or the one the title comes from, at least) for cheap right now? What did Marc Webb say in Times Square about The Amazing Spider-Man 2? Did the Internet miss three easter eggs in Man of Steel? Why can’t you find your favorite Marvel Comics in some stores? Read about all this and more in the final 2013 edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
With 2014 approaching, movie news will continue to be incredibly slow until early January, so we figured we’d write about a massive rumor that is unsubstantiated, but fun to think about and actually quite plausible. It involves Fox’s Marvel properties the X-Men and Fantastic Four.
An investment website is reporting Fox is planning on following in Marvel and Warner Bros.’ footsteps by creating a film based on the 1987 miniseries Fantastic Four vs. X-Men.
Update: The original source has already retracted its first info, killing the rumor.
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Posted on Friday, December 20th, 2013 by Angie Han
The overstuffed roster for X-Men: Days of Future Past just got a little bit smaller. Although Anna Paquin‘s Rogue was reported as being part of the sequel all the way back in January, director Bryan Singer now reveals that the character has sadly been cut out of the film altogether. Hit the jump to find out why.
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What’s the number one reason there aren’t female superhero movies? Want to see a new image of Wolverine in X-Men: Days of Future Past? Which of Paul Rudd‘s Anchorman 2 co-stars wants to play Ant-Man? Who is Spider-Man‘s most evil foe? What were the best superhero action scenes of 2013? Just how big is the production on Batman vs. Superman? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
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Marvel has Joss Whedon, Warner Bros. has David Goyer and now Fox has a similar creative force. Though Mark Millar was hired last year to oversee some of Fox’s comic book properties, they’ve just signed Simon Kinberg to a three year first look deal he promises will include Marvel-like expansions of the X-Men and Fantastic Four universes. Read More »