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One of the more captivating aspects of X-Men: Apocalypse is seeing beloved characters in their younger incarnations. But now the question for future installments is, will we ever see the original cast again?
Back in 2013, X-Men: Days of Future Past delivered the best scene so far in the X-Men franchise:the Quicksilver. Well, they worked to out-do that for X-Men: Apocalypse.
This weekend, a new, incredibly terrifying supervillain is hitting the big screen. Director Bryan Singer’s latest installment in the X-Men franchise will soon be giving us a feature length story about Apocalypse – one of the most notable, intimidating and beloved villains in Marvel Comics.
In order to keep up with where our main characters are at the start of X-Men: Apocalypse, we’re going over the key moments you need to remember from X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past and other movies.
After directing the first two X-Men movies, Bryan Singer departed the franchise, leaving Brett Ratner to helm X-Men: The Last Stand. Here’s why Singer now regrets not directing the 2006 threequel.
X-Men: Apocalypse is wrapping up the “First Class” trilogy, but the X-Men franchise itself is far from over. However, for three of the stars, this is the deal they made with each other about returning for future movies.
In signing on to X-Men: Apocalypse, Sophie Turner inherited a very important role. Not only has the Jean Grey character been vital to the history of the X-Men franchise for decades, but she inherited the part from actress Famke Janssen.
One astute fan has recreated the trailer for X-Men: Apocalypse using Legos, and the result is nothing short of awesome.
Last month, producer Simon Kinberg mentioned that some some established X-Men characters would appear in the New Mutants movie, and now we can expect this major player to be among the familiar faces.
With so many superhero movie entries, both live action and animated, there’s more than enough to determine which are the greatest of the bunch. With that in mind, Cinema Blend has put together its definitive list of the 30 best superhero movies ever made.
With Hugh Jackman’s tenure as Wolverine winding down in X-Men: Apocalypse and Wolverine 3, we’ve decided to rank his appearances as the clawed mutant from worst to best going by how well he was used in each movie.
Unfortunately, all of the film versions of the X-Men have denied the characters their trademark style. Instead, they wear matching black leather suits that are just plain boring. Now the question is: why are we denying X-Men unique battle duds?
When the next chapter of the X-Men saga, X-Men: Apocalypse hits the screen on Memorial Day weekend, we will see a number of familiar characters, but few familiar faces.
New rumors seem to indicate that FOX will use Sophie Turner’s Jean Grey for an adaptation of The Dark Phoenix Saga following the events of X-Men: Apocalypse.
With only about a month left until X-Men: Apocalypse arrives in theaters, we’ve already seen a good amount of footage in various trailers and TV spots, but today’s events at CinemaCon – the annual convention held in Las Vegas for theater owners – revealed some new material that packed a pretty big punch.
The X-Men franchise has a rather complicated timeline. Between being around for the last 16 years, a semi-reboot, and a dash of time travel, the continuity is a bit all over the place, and there are canon stories being told in multiple eras. It begs the question if we’ll ever see all of these different portions eventually come together.
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.
While New Mutants doesn’t have a release date yet, development is already underway, and the upcoming X-Men spinoff appears to have already found its first three leads.
When X-Men: Apocalypse hits screens this summer it will mark the end of the second trilogy of films based around the mutant superhero team. Now we have an idea when we might see them again.
Introduced to Marvel Comics in 1986, Cable has a long and storied history in the comic book world – but his name doesn’t exactly carry a great deal of clout or awareness outside of those sequels. As such, we thought it might be helpful to put together a handy little guide that will help those completely unfamiliar with the character get better acquainted.