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"Everything they've built will fall!" Nothing can stop the Apocalypse. 20th Century Fox has unveiled a new TV spot for Bryan Singer's X-Men: Apocalypse, the latest epic sequel in the new iteration of the X-Men movie series. Oscar Isaac plays Apocalypse and he looks pretty crazy. The huge cast for this includes a young new generation: James McAvoy as Xavier, Michael Fassbender as Magneto, Jennifer Lawrence as Mystique, Olivia Munn as Psylocke, Rose Byrne as Moira, Sophie Turner as Jean Grey, Evan Peters as (fan favorite) Quicksilver, and Ben Hardy as Angel. Plus there's Lucas Till as Havok, Alexandra Shipp playing Storm & Kodi Smit-McPhee as Nightcrawler. I'm kinda excited for this! What about you? Here's the new Super Bowl TV spot for Bryan Singer's X-Men: Apocalypse, direct from YouTube: See the first official trailer for X-Men: Apocalypse, right here. For more updates follow @XMenMovies. X-Men: Apocalypse is directed by Bryan Singer (X-Men, »
- Alex Billington
All told, there’s been eight “X-Men” movies, nine if you include “Deadpool,” and up next is “X-Men: Apocalypse.” It’s remarkable to think that filmmaker Bryan Singer has directed four of them and somehow managed to make “Superman Returns,” “Valkyrie,” and “Jack the Giant Slayer” in between, too. While Singer is finally making something else next, (“20000 Leagues Under The Sea,” which shoots next fall), he’s at least got one more ‘X-Men’ movie in him. And if you thought the series really couldn’t get any bigger than ‘Days Of Future Past,’ which used the classic old ‘X-Men’ cast and the rebooted new one, you’ll have to guess again since ‘Apocalypse’ seems even bigger and includes seemingly even more mutant characters as well as the inclusion of “new” classic characters like Cyclops, Angel, Storm, Nightcrawler, Phoenix, Psylocke and other mutants who have yet to be introduced in the new rebooted timeline. »
- Edward Davis
“20,000 Leagues” will be the fifth film that Singer has directed for Fox, dating back to “X-Men” in 2000. He’s directed three other “X-Men” movies for the studio: “X2,” “X-Men: Days of Future Past” and the upcoming “X-Men: Apocalypse,” which opens May 27.
Singer posted a picture of his script for “20,000 Leagues” on his Instagram account on Sept. 17.
“It’s my 50th birthday (ouch), and I just put the finishing touches on the script for my next film. A story I’ve wanted to retell since childhood,” the director wrote. “I promise this will be an epic and emotional adventure for all ages! An adventure very dear to my heart. Not abandoning the #xmen universe. Very excited about #xmenapocalypse and beyond. #julesverne #20000leaguesunderthesea #nemo, »
- Dave McNary
Throughout his career, Kevin Spacey has shown an appetite for taking big risks — both on an off the screen.
The 56-year old who grew up in the San Fernando Valley turned a small-time hood with a limp and a suburban dad in the thrall of a high school cheerleader into unlikely anti-heroes in “The Usual Suspects” and “American Beauty.” Then he leveraged those Oscar-winning successes into a production company called Trigger Street that mixed digital experiments with prestige fare such as “The Social Network” before leaving Hollywood for London, where he spent a decade revitalizing the Old Vic theater.
But Spacey’s latest bold move has left many in Hollywood puzzled. The actor and his producing partner Dana Brunetti stunned the entertainment industry when news leaked out on Wednesday that that the pair had reached an agreement to sell Trigger Street to Relativity Media and to assume control of the bankrupt film and TV studio. »
- Brent Lang and James Rainey
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