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James McAvoy now expressed interest in returning to play Charles Xavier at some point following X-Men: Apocalypse, and he thinks that his co-star Jennifer Lawrence will join him.
Sophie Turner takes over the role of Jean Grey in X-Men: Apocalypse, but according to the actress, her character's relationship with Charles Xavier will be different than that of her predecessor.
X-Men: Apocalypse opens in theaters on May 27, a lucky slot for the X-Men saga over the years.
James McAvoy shares a couple of hints as to how Charles Xavier will go bald in the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse, and they're different from what we expected.
It’s gonna take more than a bolt of lightning to save this one. The first numbers for the opening week of Victor Frankenstein are out, and they’re about as unattractive as the monster itself.
The first X-Men: Apocalypse trailer will arrive next month, and in order to get hardcore fans pumped even more for the movie and give the general audience a broad idea of what it’s about, here are the five things it should show.
Director Paul McGuigan has admitted that he was inspired by Sherlock and Doctor Who while making Victor Frankenstein, while James McAvoy has even teased that it was his TARDIS audition tape.
It’s been confirmed the teaser trailer for X-Men: Apocalypse will screen with Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but since that’s still several weeks away, director Bryan Singer has provided this powerful image to tide us over.
Scenes get cut from films all the time for many reasons. Sometimes the run time needs to be tightened up. Sometimes pacing needs to be changed. And sometimes you wonder “just what the hell were they thinking?”
We’ve heard a lot about X-Men: Apocalypse, but had yet to learn about the movie’s storyline…until now, as an official synopsis has been released into the world.
M. Night Shyamalan's next supernatural thriller just suffered a setback, losing the actor who was supposed to star, but don't fret about it too much, as they've found a pretty awesome replacement.
After making a splash at San Diego Comic-Con earlier this year, 20th Century Fox released the first Victor Frankenstein trailer. X-Men: Apocalypse’s James McAvoy and a post-Harry Potter Daniel Radcliffe star as the monster-making mavens Dr. Frankenstein and Igor in “a new twist on the legend.”
The future of the core X-Men movies seem to be in flux. However, the latest report states that both Michael Fassbender and James McAvoy have signed on for more movies.
Finally, the truth is out: the X-Men are major Taylor Swift fans! The cast of X-Men: Apocalypse is busy filming in Montreal, Canada, but took a break to “Shake It Off.”
Professor X has a signature look, and that look is cue ball ball. Up to this point, however, James McAvoy has played the part with a full head of hair. That is about to change, and here is your first look and the new, improved, bald as hell Charles Xavier.
James McAvoy as Victor Frankenstein and Daniel Radcliffe as Igor look quite convincing as Dr. Frankenstein and his assistant in the first pics from Victor Frankenstein due in theaters October 2.
Timur Bekmambetov is adamant that Wanted 2 will still happen, but he insists it's up to Universal when production can start.
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.
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.
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.