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- Marisa Guthrie
(Cbr) It's a big day for fans of Fox's "X-Men" films. Not only did Evan Jonigkeit reveal he would play a young "Toad" in "X-Men: Days of Future Past," but Bryan Singer spoke with Entertainment Weekly to discuss sparse details on the recently-announced "X-Men: Apocalypse," due to hit theaters in 2016. While Singer made the initial announcement, he's currently only signed on as co-writer (alongside Simon Kinberg and "X2" writing duo Dan Harris and Michael Dougherty) and producer, though Singer's "desire would be to direct it." At the time of the interview, Singer was unsure as to whether "Days of Future »
- Steve Sunu, Comic Book Resources
The latest news regarding the next X-Men superhero team-up film saw one expected returning character get her scenes cut from the theatrical release, and another who we didn’t even know about (until today) get included. Rogue (Anna Paquin) won’t be showing up in X-Men: Days of Future Past come May when Fox’s second most expensive production ever – the biggest budget superhero film on record - hits theaters, but a younger version of the villainous Toad will make an appearance.
There’s a chance one or the other might pop up again in the already-announced Days of Future Past sequel, tentatively dubbed X-Men: Apocalypse. Bryan Singer, Simon Kinberg, Dan Harris and Mike Dougherty are already ...
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- Rob Keyes
Even though we still about five months left before we actually get to see X-Men: Days of Future Past, we already know where the future of the X-Men universe is heading. Last month director Bryan Singer made the big announcement that 2016 will deliver X-Men: Apocalypse - what we don't know is how it will fit in with everything we've seen in the franchise thus far. We likely won't have any heavily detailed answers for a long, long time, but for now Entertainment Weekly has gotten Singer to spill a few hints about the big blockbuster. For starters, 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. Said the director in the interview, "I.m »
Filmmaker Bryan Singer is pulling double-duty these days, working in post-production on X-Men: Days of Future Past while working on the script for X-Men: Apocalypse. There isn't much we know about the story, except that the main villain Apocalypse will not be an alien, and the film will be set in the 1970s, following the younger group of mutants from X-Men: First Class.
During a recent interview, Bryan Singer said X-Men: Apocalypse will delve into mutant origins, which makes sense since, in the Marvel comic books, Apocalypse is the very first mutant, born in Egypt around the year 3,000 B.C.
"It will also address historical mutant-cy, meaning the deep past, mutant origins and things like that. It's something that's always intrigued me when we think about our Gods and our history and miracles and powers."
We also reported last month that there will be an end credit sequence in X-Men: Days of Future Past »
Director Bryan Singer is returning to the X-Men franchise with this summer’s star-studded X-Men: Days of Future Past, and if things go his way this won’t be his last foray with the X-Men universe. A few months ago, Singer made the surprising announcement that 20th Century Fox was already moving forward with a Days of Future Past follow-up called X-Men: Apocalypse, which now has a release date of May 27, 2016. Little is known about Apocalypse other than the fact that it will focus more on the First Class cast rather than the Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart versions of the characters, but we do know that Singer intends to take the helm of Apocalypse as well. Additionally, he’s brought on X2 scribes Dan Harris and Michael Dougherty to help pen the script alongside Dofp writer Simon Kinberg. Singer recently spoke a bit about X-Men: Apocalypse, confirming that he »
- Adam Chitwood
X-Men: Days of Future Past doesn’t come out until May but director Bryan Singer has already begun teasing fans with details on Past’s planned follow-up, X-Men: Apocalypse, tentatively set for release in 2016. First, there was the cryptic announcement tweet in early December. Then, he tweeted a photo of a work session with Past writer Simon Kinberg and X2 scribes Dan Harris and Michael Dougherty.
The question is Will Singer direct this X-Men installment? Maybe. “I’m co-writing the story and I’m producing it,” says the director. “I’m negotiating to direct. We’re in the process. We »
- Tim Stack
7 items from 2014
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