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If you've already cherry-picked what you wanted to watch from HBO's November releases, then you better start planning your December. A ton of great titles are headed to the premium network's streaming services, including The Divergent Series: Insurgent and The Longest Ride. Remember when you had to wait a year and a half just to rent a video tape? Those days are clearly gone. Get a look at all the new movies coming to HBO Now and HBO Go in the upcoming month, and take note of what's about to disappear, as well! Saturday night premieres: Dec. 5: Get Hard Dec. 12: The Divergent Series: Insurgent Dec. 19: The Longest Ride Dec. 26: The Water Diviner Original programming highlights: Dec. 1: Vice Special Report: Countdown to Zero Dec. 6. The Leftovers, season finale Dec. 13: Getting On, season finale Other notable movies coming Dec. 1 10 Things I Hate About You Annie »
- Maggie Pehanick
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- Ryan Gallagher
Five-time Academy Award nominee Kenneth Branagh will direct for 20th Century Fox a new feature film adaptation of Agatha Christies’ acclaimed mystery Murder on the Orient Express, it was announced today by Tcf president Emma Watts.
Ridley Scott (The Martian), Simon Kinberg (The Martian, X-Men: Days of Future Past), Mark Gordon (Steve Jobs) and Branagh will produce the film. Michael Schaefer and Aditya Sood will also produce in some capacity. Michael Green (Blade Runner 2) is writing the screenplay, with Steve Asbell overseeing the production for Fox.
Agatha Christie’s novel, published in 1934, is considered one of the most ingenious stories ever devised. It revolves around a murder onboard the famous train, and Belgian detective Hercule Poirot must solve the case – but there are a number of passengers who could potentially be the murderer. In addition to directing the film, Branagh will star as detective Poirot.
Branagh’s directing credits include the Oscar®-nominated Henry V, »
- Kellvin Chavez
Their last big franchise number of this year being used as their next big franchise installment of next? It’s just savvy business.
Director Bryan Singer has also hinted recently that a teaser was coming soon (and it was around this time two years ago that a teaser debuted for previous franchise entry X-Men: Days of Future Past), and yesterday, he added more fuel to the fire.
A recent spoiler-y post to the director’s Instagram shows a new still featuring Professor X (James McAvoy), being screened in some kind of editing bay/private theater as he “finishes up the first teaser”. After 99.9% of fans missed out on the footage that was screened in San Diego Comic-Con this year, it’s »
- Dan Woburn
Star Wars: The Force Awakens might be the big event on December 18th, but the pre-game show is shaping up to be just as exciting with the debut of a handful of new trailers headlined by the first official trailers for X-Men: Apocalypse and Captain America: Civil War. Earlier today, director Bryan Singer revealed that he's almost finished cutting the first official theatrical trailer for X-Men: Apocalypse by releasing a pretty awesome, albeit ominous, photo of James McAvoy's 'Professor X' with his eyes blackened. What the image means exactly is yet-to-be seen, but things are certainly not looking good for the X-Men as the gargantuan threat of Oscar Isaac's Apocalypse draws near. Check out the photo below: Finishing up the first teaser. #xmen #xmenapocalypse A photo posted by Bryan Singer (@bryanjaysinger) on Nov 19, 2015 at 1:44pm Pst Following the critically acclaimed global smash hit X-Men: Days of Future Past, »
Last week, producer Simon Kinberg confirmed that the first trailer for X-Men: Apocalypse will be attached to prints of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, although it still isn't known if the footage will be released online before then. Earlier today, director Bryan Singer sent out a new photo from his Instagram page, offering a new look at James McAvoy's Professor X, while teasing that he has almost finished work on the trailer. The image features Professor X wearing the iconic Cerebro helmet, with an unidentified character standing behind him.
Since the dawn of civilization, he was worshiped as a god. Apocalypse, the first and most powerful mutant from Marvel's X-Men universe, amassed the powers of many other mutants, becoming immortal and invincible. Upon awakening after thousands of years, he is disillusioned with the world as he finds it and recruits a team of powerful mutants, including a disheartened »
While the initial reveal of Evan Peters’ Quicksilver during the marketing campaign for X-Men: Days of Future Past met with a mixed reception from fans, the character would go on to provide one of the highlight’s of last year’s X-Men movie with his slow-mo action sequence inside the Pentagon.
Peters is set to return to the franchise next year for the follow-up X-Men: Apocalypse, and the actor has been discussing that movie’s big Quicksilver sequence with Collider, promising that it will be “bigger, longer and more detailed”.
“Quicksilver does his thing again, in the new film. It’s bigger, longer and more detailed. I think it’s an amazing sequence that they’ve put together. Just filming it, I was like, ‘Oh, my god!’ I think we shot for 22 days of second unit, working on the sequence, which is amazing. It’s so cool to take that »
- Gary Collinson
20th Century Fox
Evan Peters sat down with Collider recently to discuss American Horror Story and, naturally, his role as Quicksilver in the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse came up. Peters dropped some hints about a follow-up to the best action sequence of last year – in case you’re still putting down mortgage payments on that rock you live under, the Time In A Bottle sequence from X-Men: Days of Future Past topped many a Best Of list at the end of 2014. Check out what he had to say below.
“Yeah, Quicksilver does his thing again, in the new film. It’s bigger, longer and more detailed. I think it’s an amazing sequence that they’ve put together. Just filming it, I was like, “Oh, my god!”… Knock on wood, I think it’s going to be a fun and enjoyable sequence for people to watch, with Quicksilver running around and »
- Dan Woburn
One of the stand-out sequences of X-men: Days Of Future Past was when Quicksilver (Evan Peters) displayed his powers in a remarkable ultra slow-mo scene which had him saving the lives of Professor X (James McAvoy), Magneto (Michael Fassbender), and Wolverine (Hugh Jackman). As Quicksilver will be a part of the upcoming X-men: Apocalypse, it's only natural that Bryan Singer would want to... Read More »
- Kevin Fraser
With an amazing ensemble cast from both X-Men trilogies, some may have been surprised that the most memorable moment from X-Men: Days of Future Past involved one of the few brand new cast members. Fans were introduced to Evan Peters' Quicksilver in last summer's blockbuster, and many are still talking about the super slow motion scene where he hilariously disarms a group of Pentagon guards. Quicksilver will be back in next year's X-Men: Apocalypse, and during an interview with Collider, Evan Peters teased that his speedy character will have an even bigger scene.
"Yeah, Quicksilver does his thing again, in the new film. It's bigger, longer and more detailed. I think it's an amazing sequence that they've put together. Just filming it, I was like, 'Oh, my god!' I think we shot for 22 days of second unit, working on the sequence, which is amazing. It's so cool to »
Some superpowers are just plain cool. X-Men: Days of Future Past emphasized that notion perfectly with it.s use of Quicksilver (Evan Peters). In one scene, the mutant provided arguably the highlight of the entire movie by showing how someone with super speed could use it to have fun . while still getting the job done. With such positive fan reception, 20th Century Fox and director Bryan Singer now seem poised to do the obvious thing: give Quicksilver even more to do. When asked by Collider, Peters explained that fans can expect even more of what made that sequence so great in the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse, saying: It.s bigger, longer and more detailed. I think it.s an amazing sequence that they.ve put together. Just filming it, I was like, .Oh, my god!. I think we shot for 22 days of second unit, working on the sequence, which is amazing. »
Some superpowers are just plain cool. X-Men: Days of Future Past emphasized that notion perfectly with it’s use of Quicksilver (Evan Peters). In one scene, the mutant provided arguably the highlight of the entire movie by showing how someone with super speed could use it to have fun – while still getting the job done. With such positive fan reception, 20th Century Fox and director Bryan Singer now seem poised to do the obvious thing: give Quicksilver even more to do. When asked by Collider, Peters explained that fans can expect even more of what made that sequence so great in the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse, saying: It’s bigger, longer and more detailed. I think it’s an amazing sequence that they’ve put together. Just filming it, I was like, ‘Oh, my god!’ I think we shot for 22 days of second unit, »
One of the reasons Evan Peters' Quicksilver was such a scene stealer in "X-Men: Days Of Future Past" is that the character didn't overstay his welcome. Limited in screentime, the role mostly revolved around the key sequence in which his character helped break a young Magneto (Michael Fassbender) out of a holding cell in the basement of the Pentagon.
When Peters was confirmed to return for the upcoming "X-Men: Apocalypse," we knew his role would be expanded for the next film. By how much was the question, and in a new interview with Collider he reveals that his part once again includes a key sequence - albeit one both larger in scale and ambition:
"Yeah, Quicksilver does his thing again, in the new film. It's bigger, longer and more detailed. I think it's an amazing sequence that they've put together. Just filming it, I was like, 'Oh, my god! »
- Garth Franklin
Prior to the release of Bryan Singer's X-Men: Days Of Future Past, there was some concern surrounding the inclusion of Quicksilver, but following the critically acclaimed film's debut, all worries were put to rest as Evan Peters' take on the character stole the show and left fans yearning for more. 20th Century Fox certainly heard the positive buzz and Peters was then swiftly confirmed to return as the speedster in the biggest X-Men film to date, X-Men: Apocalypse. In a recent interview with Collider, Peters took a moment to share his enthusiasm for a brand new, much longer, much bigger, and much more detailed Quicksilver sequence, which took around 22 days to complete! Check out his comments below: "Yeah, Quicksilver does his thing again, in the new film. It’s bigger, longer and more detailed. I think it’s an amazing sequence that they’ve put together. Just filming it, »
If This Is Your First Time Here: Welcome! This is a weekly column about superhero movie news, rumors and speculation.
This Week: Simon Kinberg has been letting loose with factoids about X-Men: Apocalypse two new TV shows and, of course, Deadpool. What does that mean for the unified franchise and are these TV shows even going to be picked up. Also: have we given up on Chris Pine being a Green Lantern?
If the X-Men universe over at 20th Century Fox has a mouthpiece these days it is Simon Kinberg, writer and producer of X-Men: Days of Future Past and Apocalypse. He’s like Kevin Feige is at Marvel in the sense that what he says ends up being true because he’s allowed to let slip new tidbits about projects in progress.
Collider has been doing a bang-up job staying on top of Kinberg and Kinberg has been letting »
Montreal is welcoming the shoot of another X-Men movie in 2017 - and it might just be X-Men 7...
X-Men: Apocalypse arrives in the summer of 2016. But if this latest report is to be believed, a few short months later, production will begin on another installment of the longest running superhero movie franchise. Is it X-Men 7?
Le Journal de Montreal reports that production offices will open in November of 2016 for a shoot in 2017. They also report that Bryan Singer will be back to direct yet another installment of the franchise. The piece has a quote from Michel Trudel, president of Mel Studios, where X-Men: Apocalypse has filmed. "It was a miracle that we managed to attract a movie X-Men in Montreal in 2013. To convince Fox to return for a second and now a third is simply amazing".
Fox has made no announcement about a new X-Men movie after X-Men: Apocalypse, »
Earlier this month, we reported that director Bryan Singer is returning to Montreal for reshoots on his upcoming superhero adventure X-Men: Apocalypse, which is slated for release on May 27, 2016. After that sequel hits theaters, many have wondered what 20th Century Fox has planned for the X-Men franchise, since this adventure will close out the current trilogy that includes 2011's X-Men: First Class and last year's X-Men: Days of Future Past. Today we have a new report from Journal de Montreal, which claims that Bryan Singer is coming back to Montreal in 2017 to direct a new X-Men film that will hit theaters in 2018.
No plot details were revealed for X-Men 7, but this report claims that Bryan Singer will open its production offices in November 2016 at Montreal's Mel's Studios, to prep for a shoot that will begin sometime in 2017. Mel Studios' Michel Trudel spent last week in Los Angeles, where he finalized »
If Journal De Montreal is to be believed, Bryan Singer is set to return to the city of Montreal in early 2017 to shoot the seventh instalment of Fox’s main X-Men series.
Assuming the report is accurate, the film will be Singer’s fifth X-Men outing as director after the 2000 original, 2003’s X2: X-Men United, last year’s X-Men: Days of Future Past and next year’s upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse.
Singer has recently revealed that he is set to helm an adaptation of Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, which he’ll presumably shoot before the next X-Men movie.
X-Men: Apocalypse is set for release on May 19th, 2016 in the UK and May 27th, 2016 in the States. The cast includes X-Men veterans James McAvoy (Professor X), Michael Fassbender (Magneto), Jennifer Lawrence (Mystique), Nicholas Hoult (Beast), Evan Peters »
- Gary Collinson
One of the smartest and most enthralling Sf film series ever breaks more new ground as it ends on notes as emotional and provocative as they are explosive. I’m “biast” (pro): big Sf geek; love the book series; love Jennifer Lawrence (and much of the rest of the cast); crave female-centered stories
I’m “biast” (con): nothing
I have read the source material (and I love it)
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There are many ways in which the Hunger Games series of movies has been groundbreaking. It has given us a female world-changing heroine in the mold of the countless boys and men Hollywood has cast in such a role, and showed the caricature up by depicting her as more human than most of them: more conflicted, more unsure, more afraid yet also more brave for overcoming all that… and also simultaneously more principled and more selfish. »
- MaryAnn Johanson
When Nicholas Hoult sat down with IGN to promote his new comedy thriller Kill Your Friends, the English actor talked more about reprising his X-Men: Days of Future Past role as Hank McCoy aka Beast in X-Men: Apocalypse, the 1980s costumes, and Oscar Issac's performance. “First Class was the first time we went back in time with the younger cast,” he said. “Days of Future Past dealt with time displacement and all that sort of thing, and blended casts. And this one I think is just going to be pretty huge in many ways. It’s set in the ‘80s. Introducing younger versions of Cyclops and Jean Grey and Storm and those characters so you get a bit of a back story to those guys. And then Apocalypse – Oscar Isaac – turns up and is a badass and it all goes quite extreme.” How often did Hoult's mutant come face-to-face with Issac's supervillain? »
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