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Tim Miller’s Deadpool is definitely set within the universe created by the larger X-Men franchise, but it doesn’t exactly pay a ton of attention to continuity.
X-Men: Apocalypse is one of the most highly anticipated movies of the new year, but there is one character has been decidedly absent in all of the trailers thus far: Psylocke. Olivia Munn, apparently heard our dismay and took to twitter to share this new epic image of her character in the film.
These are lines that can only be uttered by particular characters, but then there are other lines – lines that just ooze badass, but anybody can say them. One of those lines is, “I should have killed you when I had the chance.”
The Australian heartthrob will soon ditch the sideburns and adamantium claws in order to walk away from the X-Men franchise, which only begs one question: who could replace him? According to the creative forces behind the franchise, nobody can.
Colossus is known for his ability to coat his bare skin in a form of protective organic metal, but he won’t be taking down his defenses at any point during Deadpool.
A new promo for Deadpool showcases the melee between Colossus and the villainous Angeldust.
Last summer, we visited the Montreal sets of X-Men: Apocalypse on the 56th and 57th days of shooting. It’s going to be a brave new world for these characters, so ahead of the film’s May 27th premiere, here are some major details about the coming “end of days.”
After all innuendo filled campaign, and an obscenity heavy final trailer, it is no surprise that the upcoming Deadpool is rated R. While we can guess why an R rating might makes sense, we have the official reasoning behind the rating by the Motion Picture Association of America.
With so many different X-Men films in development, it’s possible the movies might start to get in each other’s way. It looks like Fox has some ideas on how to prevent this from happening, market different films to different audiences.
If you enjoyed X-Men: The Animated Series growing up, you’ll want to check out this mashup video with the recently released X-Men: Apocalypse trailer.
When Oscar Isaac has spoken about his role as the titular villain in X-Men: Apocalypse, he has used a lot of references to the bible. For the film's first poster, however, the folks over at 20th Century Fox seemingly took more inspiration from William Shakespeare - as you can see inside.
X-Men: Apocalypse opens in theaters on May 27, a lucky slot for the X-Men saga over the years.
As media slowly adapts to reflect a more balanced approach to the real world, we are beginning to see more gay characters on the screen. One area where we have not seen much representation, however, is the popular genre of the comic book superhero.
The first trailer for X-Men: Apocalypse will be attached to Star Wars: The Force Awakens later this month, but we may have found out who will be in the preview a few weeks early.
The X-Men franchise is about to enter a new phase, but that doesn’t mean all the older characters should be tossed aside in favor of new ones. Take a look at the supporting mutants we think should be kept around for the foreseeable future.
After being cut from X-Men: Days Of Future Past would Anna Paquin actually return as Rogue? Of course she would, because she loves everyone involved just too damn much.
One character originally slated to appear in X-Men: Days of Future Past, but who wound up on the cutting room floor, was Anna Paquin’s Rogue. As it turns out, however, she didn’t really mind being left out all that much.
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?”
It’s important that Gambit have a feel of its own rather than rehash previous stories and elements. Now we know how it’s going to distinguish itself from the main X-Men movies.
Deadpool promises to be full of action, wise cracks, and love?! We're as shocked as you are, but after the jump, you can see why this is a good thing.