X-Men: Apocalypse (2016)
X-Men: Apocalypse Release Date
May 27, 2016
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Release Date: May 27, 2016
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The Reason X-Men Hasn't Pushed Beast And Mystique's Romance More
In addition to reintroducing younger versions of the mutants known as Beast and Mystique, X-Men: First Class also did its part to establish a new dynamic between the two characters. Bonding over the fact that they couldn't show their true faces in public, the two of them sparked a romantic relationship that wound up getting kind of interrupted by the Cuban Missile Crisis.
by Eric Eisenberg October 14, 2014 comments
Days Of Future Past Changed Way More About The X-Men World Than We Thought
Warning! The following article contains some massive spoilers for X-Men: Days of Future Past. If you missed the film in theaters this summer and still wish to not know how the movie ends, please head over to one of our other lovely articles on the site!
by Eric Eisenberg October 8, 2014 comments
The X-Men First Class Characters Might Have A Much Different Future Than We Thought
X-Men writer/producer Simon Kinberg recently explained that he sees X-Men: Apocalypse as ending a trilogy that began with First Class, “complete the stories” of young Mystique, Beast, Magneto and Professor Xavier. These comments naturally had us worried, fearing that these four integral characters would be somehow walking off into the sunset, but fortunately Kinberg has now set the record straight.
by Eric Eisenberg October 6, 2014 comments
X-Men: Apocalypse Will Shift Focus To These Two Scary Mutants
Bryan Singer should have a lot of X-Men to juggle, no matter who pulls focus, in Apocalypse. He proved with Days of Future Past that he’s capable of the task. The new movie opens in theaters on May 27, 2016.
by Sean O'Connell October 3, 2014 comments
This Is Who James Marsden Wants For Young Cyclops
Bryan Singer's X-Men: Apocalypse will be starting production next year, which means that the next few months are going to be packed with all kinds of casting rumors. Surely the movie will introduce characters we've never seen before on the big screen, but one interesting twist coming is that the film will also be looking for young versions of Cyclops, Jean Gray and Storm.
by Eric Eisenberg October 1, 2014 comments
Why X-Men Will Make Major Franchise Changes After Apocalypse
Through X-Men: First Class and X-Men: Days of Future Past, the mutants known as Professor X (James McAvoy), Magneto (Michael Fassbender), Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence) and Beast (Nicholas Hoult) have gone through a hell of a lot. Beginning in the early 1960s, they wound up right smack dab in the middle of not only a massive societal change, but also the Cuban Missile Crisis.
by Eric Eisenberg September 28, 2014 comments
10 X-Men Characters Who Need To Show Up In X-Men: Apocalypse
Moving the action to the 1980s allows X-Men: Apocalypse the chance to create fresh X-heroes and villains, and maybe to also breathe new life into beloved X-characters who got a shot at silver-screen stardom but felt a little shortchanged in the long run.
by Sean O'Connell September 25, 2014 comments
X-Men: Apocalypse Might Recast These 3 Roles
Simon Kinberg recognizes that using those fan-favorite characters in X-Men: Apocalypse would require recasting. "If we are to use them," he elaborates. It was even suggested a few days ago that recasting is exactly what might take place.
by Sean O'Connell September 24, 2014 comments
X-Men: Apocalypse Just Gave Us 2 Big Clues To Where The Franchise Is Going
Now that director Bryan Singer is locked in for the duration of X-Men: Apocalypse, it looks like 20th Century Fox is starting up the promotional engines as early as today. Two new viral sites have appeared, and you should probably bookmark them for any updates as their initial content is pretty big.
by Mike Reyes September 24, 2014 comments
Bryan Singer Will Definitely Direct X-Men: Apocalypse Despite Legal Problems
When it comes to making X-Men movies, nobody on Earth has the clout of Bryan Singer. He was the man put in charge of the direction of the franchise when it began all the way back in 2000; he made one of the best comic book movies of all time when he made X2: X-Men United in 2003; and earlier this year he introduced the series to its biggest critical and box office success yet with X-Men: Days of Future Past.
by Eric Eisenberg September 22, 2014 comments
X-Men: Apocalypse Will Probably Change Course With These Main Characters
Back in 2011, the X-Men franchise managed to pull off something kind of incredible. After spending years of establishing actors like Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen and Rebecca Romijn as cinematic versions of Professor X, Magneto and Mystique, the series completely changed things up with the prequel X-Men: First Class. Now, three years later, the comic book movie franchise is ready to do a bit of recasting once again, although this time it will be with the characters like Jean Grey, Storm, Cyclops.
by Eric Eisenberg September 22, 2014 comments
James McAvoy Will Finally Be Losing His Hair For X-Men: Apocalypse
James McAvoy has done a truly spectacular job establishing himself within the X-Men franchise as the younger version of Professor Charles Xavier – even under the pressure of living up to the performances of the great Patrick Stewart. But while the Scottish star has brought amazing emotional levels to the character in both X-Men: First Class and X-Men: Days of Future Past, one key aesthetic element that has been completely missing is the trademark chrome dome.
by Eric Eisenberg September 11, 2014 comments
X-Men: Apocalypse Has Revealed A Start Date And Shooting Location
While the team of mutants known as the X-Men has classically had a home in a mysterious location in upstate New York, the production of X-Men movies is starting to find its own home in Montreal, Quebec. A great deal of the filming on Bryan Singer's X-Men: Days of Future Past was done in the Canadian city, and perhaps in an attempt to duplicate the success of that movie, the franchise will be returning to make its the next installment - X-Men: Apocalypse.
by Eric Eisenberg September 4, 2014 comments
Here's What Bryan Singer's Dropped Molestation Charges Might Mean For X-Men
Given the overwhelming success – both critically and financially – of Days of Future Past, you can understand why Fox would want to keep Singer in the fold for Apocalypse. He has a clear vision for the mutant universe, and has been working hard with screenwriter Simon Kinberg on the mapping of the steps that should take place in the story’s next chapter.
by Sean O'Connell August 29, 2014 comments
Bryan Singer Teases X-Men: Apocalypse's Opening Scene
As we learned earlier today, X-Men: Days of Future Past is now the highest grossing film of 2014 thus far - just beating out Captain America: The Winter Soldier. These are great times for the comic book movie franchise, and we couldn't be more pumped for the follow up. The problem is that we still have a long while to wait before we actually get to see it.
by Eric Eisenberg June 30, 2014 comments
Juggernaut Almost Looked Like This In X-Men: Days Of Future Past
How this is better than the original look of the character, I’ll never understand. The X-Men movies are terrified of comic book costumes. These designs are impressive, but they are nowhere near what the heroes wore in the source material.
by Sean O'Connell June 17, 2014 comments
X-Men: Apocalypse's Precise Setting Has Been Revealed
Being set in the early 1980s opens up a lot of options for X-Men: Apocalypse, but easily the most significant is what can be done with younger versions of classic characters. Jean Grey, Cyclops, Storm and other notable mutants were all flocking to Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters around that time period, and presumably part of the plot of the new movie will have them enrolling and learning how to hone their powers
by Eric Eisenberg June 15, 2014 comments
Bryan Singer May Not Direct X-Men: Apocalypse Due To Sex Abuse Allegations
Callous as this might sound, the issue in play here is less Bryan Singer’s guilt or innocence and more his time. Rumors have been swirling for awhile that the director will be able to provide irrefutable proof that he wasn’t in Hawaii when the abuse allegedly occurred and that he was at the London Superman Returns premiere when the other incident allegedly happened.
by Mack Rawden June 10, 2014 comments
The Channing Tatum Gambit Movie Might Take Awhile
With the cast of 22 Jump Street currently making the press rounds, MTV took the opportunity to ask Channing Tatum about his possible first superhero movie. The actor confirmed that there have been discussions about him taking the part, but that there are still a lot of things that need to be done before the film can actually be made
by Eric Eisenberg June 8, 2014 comments
X-Men: Apocalypse - What We Know So Far
What do we already know about X-Men: Apocalypse? A lot actually, as the cast and crew behind Days of Future Past have been open and candid about the progress of the next X-Men movie while working the publicity.
by Sean O'Connell May 30, 2014 comments
7 Thrilling X-Men Stories That Should Be Adapted After X-Men: Apocalypse
We decided to seek out six beloved storylines (and one bonus!) that could conceivably provide material for a future film in the X-Men Saga. Read on and tell us if there's one you think we've missed.
by Gabe Toro May 28, 2014 comments
Bryan Singer Confirmed To Return For X-Men: Apocalypse
X-Men: Apocalypse remains scheduled for May 27th, 2016, so Singer and company have only a few months to get cracking before they have to set a start date. Then again, X-Men: The Last Stand remains the biggest X-film of all-time, and that was totally rushed into production, so maybe there's a method to that madness.
by Gabe Toro May 27, 2014 comments
X-Men: Apocalypse Will Feature Original Trilogy And First Class Mutants
What do we know about Bryan Singer's X-Men: Apocalypse? The answer is not very much. Few details have leaked out about the project since it was announced last December, and while we know that the movie will be set in the '80s and center on Professor Xavier (James McAvoy), Magneto (Michael Fassbender) , Beast (Nicholas Hoult) and Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence), we don't really know for sure which other mutants may be joining them.
by Eric Eisenberg May 26, 2014 comments
Quicksilver Will Get Much Bigger Role In X-Men: Apocalypse
X-Men: Days of Future Past screenwriter Simon Kinberg, who confirms not only will Quicksilver pop up in X-Men: Apocalypse, he'll have a bigger, juicier part to play than he did in his first appearance in this movie universe.
by Kristy Puchko May 23, 2014 comments
X-Men: Days Of Future Past End Credits Sequence Explained
I sat down with Simon Kinberg in New York City as part of the X-Men: Days of Future Past press junket, and talked in-depth about the end-credits tease. Here’s where we get into MAJOR spoilers, folks, so stop reading if you haven’t yet seen the end-credits sequence in X-Men: Days of Future Past.
by Sean O'Connell May 23, 2014 comments
After Gambit, 7 More Classic X-Men Characters Who Should Be Recast
During adaptation, such changes need to be made, which is why the stars of the X-Men comics are not the same as the stars of the X-Men movies. The liberties taken have, in many ways, robbed movie fans of a chance at seeing some engaging storylines while also cheating the hardcore comic fans out of some of the more treasured characters and moments of a fifty year old canon.
by Gabe Toro May 14, 2014 comments
Could Wolverine Pop His Claws In X-Men: Apocalypse?
X-Men: Apocalypse would primarily focus on the First Class gang and be set in the 80's, the early claim announced. But it would also be a fairly epic film, and you can't do epic without Wolverine, can you? It seems like Apocalypse would be prepping the world for an X-film without Wolverine (the character has appeared in seven X-movies thus far), but we might not be done with Jackman yet.
by Gabe Toro May 12, 2014 comments
Channing Tatum Confirms Talks To Play Gambit In An X-Men Movie
Gambit has been a fan-favorite of the X-books for years. He was portrayed on screen by box-office poison Taylor Kitsch in the standalone film X-Men Origins: Wolverine. And while his take on the character wasn’t terrible, fans no doubt left that movie thinking that Gambit deserved better.
by Sean O'Connell April 16, 2014 comments
Superhero State Of The Union: Are These Franchises Too Big To Fail?
The coming years have a full 10 (!) more superhero films scheduled for release, with countless others to follow, just waiting for a schedule space to clear up. But what happens if these films don't work? What happens if the fans don't want to see certain characters again and again?
by Gabe Toro April 14, 2014 comments
Bryan Singer Reveals Which X-Men Will Show Up In X-Men: Apocalypse
Singer confirmed that the four central mutants at the heart of the story will be Professor Xavier, Magneto, Beast and Mystique, specifically the incarnations from X-Men: First Class.
by Gabe Toro April 11, 2014 comments
X-Men Producers Want To Do Mystique, Gambit And Deadpool Spinoffs
If Fox wants to extend the brand for years (as is the plan), they are going to have to continue to develop the versions of the X-Men characters introduced in Matthew Vaughn’s X-Men: First Class.
by Sean O'Connell April 10, 2014 comments
Gambit And Nightcrawler Could Appear In X-Men: Apocalypse
While some believe that the upcoming X-Men: Days Of Future Past is re-writing the mythology, clearly some remnants remain, and some characters are stuck in their respective eras.
by Gabe Toro March 21, 2014 comments
The Wolverine Sequel Reportedly Coming After X-Men: Apocalypse
Of course maybe Mangold is wondering what we all are: where does Days Of Future Past leave Wolverine? The Wolverine seems to occur in modern day, but the events of Days Of Future Past make Magneto and Professor X confront him in the post-credits sequence of The Wolverine, which is billed as “two years later.”
by Gabe Toro March 17, 2014 comments
Bryan Singer Promises Mutant 'Mass Destruction' in X-Men: Apocalypse
“Apocalypse will have more of the mass destruction that X-Men films, to date, have not relied upon," Singer said. 'There’s definitely now a character and a story that allow room for that kind of spectacle."
by Sean O'Connell March 14, 2014 comments
Hero Blend #2: The Uncanny, Fantastic Future Of The Fox Marvel Universe
The comic book movie world is split into many factions, with Warner Bros. holding all the rights to DC characters, Sony building their own little universe with Spider-Man, and Marvel Studios and Disney finding new ways to bring The Avengers together every couple of years. But some of the most interesting developments in the genre right now are happening over at 20th Century Fox.
by Eric Eisenberg January 30, 2014 comments
Bryan Singer Looking To Discover The Origins Of Mutants In X-Men: Apocalypse
It's worth noting that Singer actually isn't attached to direct the film just yet. He is on-board as a producer and is co-writing the screenplay alongside Simon Kinberg, Dan Harris and Michael Dougherty, but negotiations are still on-going - despite what previous reports have said.
by Eric Eisenberg January 7, 2014 comments
Bryan Singer Apparently Will Direct X-Men: Apocalypse
Singer is on board. Do you think that’s a good hire for Apocalypse? Should Fox have tried to lure Matthew Vaughn back into the fray? Should they have tried a completely new voice? Or do you think that the studio loved what it saw out of Days, and just wants to maintain continuity?
by Sean O'Connell December 9, 2013 comments
Simon Kinberg Signs Three-Year Deal With Fox To Develop X-Men And Fantastic Four Franchises
The 20th Century Fox-owned Marvel universe has been having a pretty big day today. First it was announced by director Bryan Singer that the X-Men franchise will be back with X-Men: Apocalypse in 2016, and now we've learned that Simon Kinberg has inked a three-year deal with Fox to help further develop their comic book universe.
by Eric Eisenberg December 5, 2013 comments
X-Men: Apocalypse Coming In 2016
Director Bryan Singer is currently hard at work in post-production on X-Men: Days of Future Past, which is coming out next May and is expected to be one of the biggest superhero movies ever, but that's not stopping him from thinking about the future. Taking to his Twitter feed, the director has announced that there will be yet another X-Men movie coming out in 2016, and it has a very interesting title.
by Eric Eisenberg December 5, 2013 comments
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