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'X-Men: Days Of Future Past' Adds Quicksilver... Who Is Also In 'The...

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So, this is an interesting day in the world of comic book films: Bryan Singer, who is currently directing X-Men: Days of Future Past (the film the bridges the gap between the original X-Men film trilogy and X-Men First Class via some time travel/parallel universes), tweeted that he has added Evan Peters (American Horror...

'X-Men: Day Of Future Past': Bishop And Warpath Will Appear

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Big news for fans of the X-Men graphic novels and film franchise—director Bryan Singer, who is currently at work on X-Men: Days of Future Past (the film that will bridge the original film series to the new X-Men: First Class continuity via time travel and alternate timelines), has announced the addition of a few classic X-Men characters...

'X-Men: Days Of Future Past' Reveals A Close-Up Of Beast

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We already know that we'll be seeing our fair share of mutants from two different timelines in Bryan Singer's monstrous movie X-Men: Days of Future Past. After he revealed the big picture that showed off our main list of mutants, many went under the assumption that we wouldn't see any of them in full costume until production was nearly wrapped. Today Bryan...

'X-Men: Days of Future Past': Nightcrawler Apparently Set To Return

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Is there anybody from the original X-Men trilogy that won't be in X-Men: Days of Future Past? Because at this point it looks as if every single major person who's made an appearance in the trilogy will be in the upcoming time-traveling sequel. While we're not entirely certain if a couple of main players will be returning, James McAvoy let...

'X-Men: Days of Future Past' Adds Omar Sy To The Cast

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It's major casting update time once again for the much talked about comic book movie X-Men: Days of Future Past. This time around the casting news may come as a little surprise to comic book fans solely because it could imply that we may see Bishop on the big screen. Fingers crossed.

'X-Men: Days Of Future Past': Peter Dinklage Joins The Cast, May Portray...

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Thus far, the casting for Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Days of Future Past has consisted solely of members from both X-Men franchises: the original trilogy’s Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellan, Ellen Page, Anna Paquin, and Shawn Ashmore will be joining forces with Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence, and...

New 'Jack The Giant Slayer' Trailer: A Loud, Tonal Trainwreck With Bad Rock...

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If you like you big-budget modern studio epics to be tonal mishmashes that blend cartoon-y CGI with bad rock ‘n roll, occasional Inception-y horn blasts, and loud, overbearing action sequences, well, do we ever have the trailer for you: the newest preview for Jack the Giant Slayer, which, more than anything else, may leave people wondering how the hell...

'X-Men: Days of Future Past': Kitty Pryde & Sentinels May Get Loads Of...

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Maybe it's just the fan in me, but my curiosity over whether or not Kitty Pryde will get a good amount of screen time in Bryan Singer's X-Men: Days of Future Past is the biggest question in my mind when it comes to this production. The character is a fan-favorite and launches the popular story line into motion as she travels back in time. Fans may be...

'X-Men: Days of Future Past': Bryan Singer Elaborates On The Time-Travel...

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This past weekend many X-Men fans, including myself, squealed with delight when we saw that Anna Paquin, Ellen Page and Shawn Ashmore were going to reprise their roles in the highly anticipated sequel X-Men: Days of Future Past. Now that most of the main cast is lined up, which includes the return of Kitty Pryde, we wonder how Bryan Singer and...

'X-Men: Days Of Future Past' Scoops Up Halle Berry, James Marsden

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Like them or not, it's been confirmed that a large chunk of the main actors from the first X-Men trilogy will be reprising their roles in X-Men: Days of Future Past. Who's the latest to be locked into the time traveling sequel? It's not that hard to guess if you skim down the list of who has yet to sign on.

'X-Men: Days Of Future Past': Yeah, Hugh Jackman's In It, Too

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2012 has been a banner year for Nerd-dom—in addition to Joss Whedon essentially overtaking the universe with The Avengers, the James Bond franchise scoring one of its best entries, and news that a new Star Wars trilogy was happening, Bryan Singer announced that he was returning to the X-Men film franchise to direct X-Men: Days of Future Past, the...

'Jack The Giant Slayer' Trailer Looks Ridiculous

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Seemingly combining the worst and most garish elements of everything that Tim Burton and Peter Jackson have put on film (or digitally recorded) over the past few years, Jack the Giant Slayer appears to be nothing more than a loud, CGI-heavy mess of sub-Lord of the Rings fantasy and really, really bad humor (the film’s tagline?  "You don’t know...

'X-Men: Days of Future Past': Matthew Vaughn Is Out, Bryan Singer May...

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Whoa, calm down there X-Men fans. Before you start throwing your shoes at your computer screen, let's explain a couple of things to you. First is that Matthew Vaughn will not direct the sequel X-Men: Days of Future Past but instead will be taking on the role of producer. Then who will be directing instead? The answer may surprise you. And no, it's...

Bryan Singer And 'Heroes' Producer To Reboot 'Star Trek' For TV?

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Potentially exciting news for fans of Star Trek and science fiction television: on the heels of the successfully rebooted Star Trek film franchise (2009’s Star Trek nearly made $400 million worldwide, with a highly anticipated sequel set for a May 2013 release), Bryan Singer and Heroes producer Bryan Fuller are currently...

Jack The Giant Killer Moved to March 2013

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Though it's easy to suggest a nine month move means a film's in trouble, it's hard to know what to make of Warner Bros.'s decision to move Bryan Singer's Jack the Giant Killer to March 2013. It's much easier to judge their decision to scrap a release date on David Dobkin's Arthur & Lancelot, which puts the film into limbo.

Bryan Singer's Jack the Giant Killer Gets a Trailer

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Three of the big films of 2012 are going to reinterpretations of fairy tales, but the one with the best credentials is Jack the Giant Killer. It comes from director Bryan Singer and the script was (at least partly) written by Christopher McQuarrie - and these guys were the team behind The Usual Suspects. The film stars Nicholas Hoult - last...

'X-Men: First Class' Sequels To Cover Different Decades?

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Anyone who isn’t living in a cave and hasn’t seen the X-Men: First Class trailer knows that the prequel film is set in 1962 during the time of the Cuban Missile Crisis—which is inarguably cool.  And now, according to Dark Horizons, producer Bryan Singer is hinting that the film’s sequels might skip ahead to the ‘70s, and then the ‘80s (because if there’s one thing fans...

Ian McShane Cast In 'Jack The Giant Killer'

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Jack the Giant Killer has had a blitzkrieg of casting news lately, as Bryan Singer’s “adult fairy tale” (not what you’re thinking) snowballs its way to the big screen.  And today, another piece of the puzzle fell into place.

X-Men First Class Will Feature The Hellfire Club

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Over the past few weeks, fans of the X-Men franchise have been sitting on pins and needles waiting for details regarding the plot to the prequel First Class. The recent influx of casting changes including the addition of January Jones as Emma Frost and Zoe Kravitz as Angel (Salvadore?) has taken people for a loop. Over at AICN, they were...