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One of the highlights of "X-Men: Days of Future Past" was a short scene featuring Quicksilver (Evan Peters) showing off his super ability. And now comes word from second unit director Brian Smrz that there are big plans for the character. Smrz, who was heavily involved with the Quicksilver scene said that he'll soon return for "X-Men: Apocalypse," which will have another creative scene featuring the superhero. "They want me to start pretty soon, on the storyboarding and stuff," he explained. "I'll be working on the next 'X-Men' for the next month or so part-time, and by the end of the year it'll be full-time... There will be another Quicksilver scene, which I'm looking forward to. That'll be fun." Smrs went on to say that there are even talks of giving Quicksilver his own movie. "We talked about Quicksilver before," he added. "I'd love to do a Quicksilver as a »
The most talked about scenes from Bryan Singer's X-men: Days Of Future Past were the ones with Evan Peters' Quicksilver, and it's no surprise he will be back for X-men: Apocalypse. Newsarama recently spoke with X-men: Days Of Future Past second unit director Brian Smrz (who has just started work on X-men: Apocalypse) and he says he's ready to have some more fun with the speedy character. Well, there will be another Quicksilver scene, which I’m »
- Jesse Giroux
20th Century Fox might be considering a Quicksilver solo film.
"We talked about Quicksilver before, I'd love to do Quicksilver as a solo film because there's a lot to enjoy with that character," the stuntman-turned-filmmaker told Newsarama about his potential directing projects.
He also promised that the character would return in follow-up film X-Men Apocalypse for another slowed-down-time scene.
From the sinister Ultron to the amazing Hulkbuster armor, this 'Avengers: Age Of Ultron' trailer is incredibly revealing.
In a move that is likely to set a bad precedent, Marvel Studios released their extended teaser/trailer for The Avengers: Age Of Ultron a whole week earlier than planned after a low-res version leaked online early Wednesday.
According to Deadline, acting quickly, and wanting their fans to get a good, solid look at the film's massive explosions, Marvel released this incredibly exciting sneak peek.
Video: Robert Downey Jr. and Avengers Cast Unleash Age of Ultron Details and Big Laughs at Comic-Con
Oh wow, this movie looks amazing. Dark, somewhat bleak and a little nihilistic, but amazing.
In this harrowing sequel, Sheild has been destroyed and the Avengers are getting worn out from all this "constantly saving the whole world" business. So, in a stroke of genius, Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) restarts an old peacekeeping intuitive »
Well, this'll cheer Marvel up. It's little secret that there was a bit of behind the scenes unhappiness when it was revealed that Bryan Singer was bringing the character of Quicksilver into X-Men: Days Of Future Past. After all, Marvel's also using the character in next year's Avengers: Age Of Ultron. We're going to have two slightly different takes on Quicksilver in two different film franchises.
And he must have gone down well, becase it's now been revealed that Peters will be reprising the role of Quicksilver in 2016's X-Men: Apocalypse.
Bryan Singer is back to direct the next X-Men film, »
While the sexual-assault allegations against Bryan Singer dominated headlines this year, he's ending 2014 on a happier note: The X-Men: Days of Future Past director is expecting his first child with his best friend of 25 years, Queer As Folk actress Michelle Clunie. "Mother and father are both very excited about the upcoming birth and look forward to co-parenting the child together. The pair have been planning this baby for years and have been trying for the last two," Singer's representative said in a statement. »
- Anna Silman
After stealing the show in "X-Men: Days of Future Past," Evan Peters' Quicksilver is unsurprisingly getting some more screen time. Second unit director Brian Smrz tells Newsarama that another sequence with the character is planned for "X-Men: Apocalypse":
"They want me to start pretty soon, on the storyboarding and stuff. I’ll be working on the next X-Men for the next month or so part-time, and by the end of the year it’ll be full-time... There will be another Quicksilver scene, which I'm looking forward to. That'll be fun."
Smrz played a key part in shooting the Quicksilver sequence in 'Days' and even suggests a solo film about the character is something he'd love to see: "We talked about Quicksilver before. I'd love to do a Quicksilver as a solo film because there's a lot to enjoy with that character."
Filming on "X-Men: Apocalypse" begins in April. »
- Garth Franklin
After knocking it out of the park this summer with X-Men: Days of Future Past, all eyes are on director Bryan Singer, who has a lot to live up to with the 2016 sequel, X-Men: Apocalypse. Described as a sort of 1980’s disaster film, Apocalypse will conclude the First Class trilogy and, by all accounts, sounds like the biggest X-Men film yet.
One easy way Singer can win some immediate fan goodwill is by bringing back Evan Peters as Quicksilver, the headphone-wearing speedster who stole the show in Days of Future Past despite some extremely negative reactions to early marketing material. We’ve heard rumors that Peters would appear in Apocalypse, but now it’s been made official thanks to former stuntman Brian Smrz, who served as second unit director on Dofp and was responsible for much of Quicksilver’s jaw-dropping scene in the Pentagon kitchen.
In a new interview, Smrz »
- James Garcia
Two high-profile new releases, both distributed by 20th Century Fox, took the two top spots on the national home video sales charts the week ending Oct. 19.
“X-Men: Days of Future Past,” the latest installment in the superhero franchise that bagged nearly $234 million in U.S. theaters, debuted at No. 1 on Nielsen VideoScan’s First Alert chart, which tracks overall disc sales, Blu-ray Disc and DVD combined, as well as Nielsen’s dedicated Blu-ray Disc sales chart.
And DreamWorks Animation’s “Mr. Peabody & Sherman,” an animated feature based on two characters from the 1960s cartoon series “The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show,” rode its $111.5 million box office gross to a No. 2 debut, also on both charts.
Rounding out the First Alert top five »
- Thomas K. Arnold
It didn't take long after the release of X-Men: Days of Future Past for the franchise filmmakers to realize that they would need to give Evan Peters' Quicksilver a much bigger role in the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse. Audiences truly fell in love with the wacky, speedy mutant this past summer, and the sequence where he helps Magneto break out of the Pentagon is considered by many to be the best in the film. It will certainly be hard to top in the sequel, but that's not stopping the braintrust behind the franchise from trying. In an interview with Newsarama, X-Men: Days of Future Past second unit director Brian Smrz has revealed that the franchise is already working on a way to give the spotlight to Quicksilver once again in X-Men: Apocalypse. Revealing in the conversation that he was the one who shot most of the famed hyperspeed Quicksilver sequence »
You know that awesome Quicksilver prison break scene that we all loved from X-Men: Days of Future Past? Well, second unit director Brian Smrz revealed in an interview with Newsarama that it was he who did most of the work on bringing that scene to life instead of director Bryan Singer. He also throws out a few hints about X-Men: Apocalypse and a possible solo movie for Quicksilver. Here's what he said about working on the prison break scene:
"Probably the most memorable part of the film was getting the chance to work closely with almost all of the main cast in various scenes. As far as a particular scene that sticks out the most, I’d say the kitchen sequence with Quicksilver. I ended up doing a lot of that," he revealed before adding, "I did most of it, to be honest. I have a great relationship with Bryan Singer, »
- Joey Paur
With X-Men: Days of Future Past merging the all-star casts of both the original X-Men franchise and X-Men: First Class, many were surprised that the biggest scene-stealer was a brand new character, Evan Peters' Quicksilver. We reported earlier this month that the character may be utilized in a potential X-Men TV series, but now we have word that he will return in X-Men: Apocalypse.
Newsarama recently spoke with X-Men: Days of Future Past second unit director Brian Smrz, who revealed he will start storyboarding the film this year, while teasing that there will be another Quicksilver scene.
"They want me to start pretty soon, on the storyboarding and stuff. I'll be working on the next X-Men for the next month or so part-time, and by the end of the year it'll be full-time. Well, there will be another Quicksilver scene, which I'm looking forward to; that'll be fun. Other than that, »
Even people who didn’t like X-Men: Days of Future Past love the Quicksilver scene. As Charles, Logan and Hank sneak into the Pentagon to break out Erik, they employ the talents of a young speedy mutant named Quicksilver. He steals the movie with an incredible slow motion scene where he runs around a kitchen, under active […]
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- Germain Lussier
If you're the world's biggest fan of X-Men: Days of Future Past, you may want to look away, as this trailer is going to point out some significant flaws in your beloved film: While Guardians of the Galaxy will probably be remembered as the best comic book film of summer 2014, X-Men: Days of Future Past was no slouch at the box office. Earning over $700 million, the film received critical acclaimed by audiences. X-Men fans especially appreciated it for "resetting" the convoluted timeline and erasing certain events from the series. However, just because it set the franchise on a new path doesn.t mean that it.s safe from the folks at Screen Junkies, who have finally given the film the Honest Trailer treatment. Right off the bat, the guys point out that while X-MenDays of Future Past.s classification as a prequel And sequel may be confusing, it does its »
Patrick Stewart will be exploring his dark side soon as he has just been cast as a white supremacist in The Green Room. Jeremy Saulnier, whose last film was Blue Ruin (2014), will write and direct the film.
According to Variety, The Green Room “centers on a punk rock band finding themselves trapped in a secluded venue after stumbling upon a horrific act of violence. They then must fight for their lives against a gang of white power skinheads.” Anton Yelchin, Imogen Poots, Callum Turner, and Macon Blair are also attached to star.
The Green Room is scheduled to be released in 2015. Stewart, who was last seen on the screen in X-Men: Days of Future Past, will also appear in the 2015 comedy Stuck, which stars Jon Heder, James Roday, Cheryl Hines, and Gary Cole.
- Amy Richau
Much to the surprise of pretty much everyone, Quicksilver ended up stealing the show in X-Men: Days of Future Past earllier this year. The scene in which he speeds into action has been unanimously praised, with some fans wondering how Joss Whedon will top it when we see a different version of the character in 2015's Avengers: Age of Ultron. When Newsarama recently caught up with second unit director Brian Smrz, he revealed that he was the one who actually pit the majority of the sequence together in the "inbetweenquel". "Probably the most memorable part of the film was getting the chance to work closely with almost all of the main cast in various scenes. As far as a particular scene that sticks out the most, I’d say the kitchen sequence with Quicksilver. I ended up doing a lot of that," he revealed before adding, "I did most of it, »
Here's why I worry about megafranchises: what's bigger than a megafranchise? As much as I admire what Marvel is doing - stacking their product horizontally as well as vertically for added tensile strength, creating therefor the proverbial Brick Shithouse of movie franchises - this concern has been with me for a while. Now that DC has limped gamely into the fray, competition will force both companies to push things even further. I'm wondering what could come next. There's an infinities of scale problem here. It's not unique to the Marvel vs. DC fight. It's the sort of thing that meant, for example, when Magneto levitated a football stadium in X-Men: Days of Future Past, my brain scarcely bothered to notice it. I'm sure there's a...
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“Netflix Horrors” is a regular column in which Shock Till You Drop alerts you to the latest genre titles to hit the VOD service. The updates have been fairly light this month, but we have a few new additions to tell you about. For previous updates, click here.
First up, we have The Taking of Deborah Logan, which literally debuted on VOD this week and doesn't hit DVD until November 7th. Produced by Bryan Singer (X-Men: Days of Future Past) and directed by Adam Robitel, the synopsis goes like this: Mia Medina (Michelle Ang) has finally found the perfect subject for her PhD thesis film on Alzheimer’s Disease.
The post Netflix Horrors: Recommends & the Latest Titles Added to Instant 10/22 appeared first on Shock Till You Drop. »
- Ryan Turek
The critically-acclaimed epic adventure Star Wars Rebels: Spark of Rebellion, which delivered 6.5-million viewers in its premieres on Disney Channel and Disney Xd around the world , will air on Sky1 this coming Monday with an Extra scene not seen in the recent DVD release. Executive Producer Dave Filoni states:
We wanted to do something special. We’ve added a scene which gives audiences insight into the Inquisitor and includes a cameo by Darth Vader voiced by the distinguished actor James Earl Jones.
Star Wars Rebels: Spark of Rebellion is set between the events of Star Wars Episodes III and IV, the Star Wars Rebels story unfolds during a dark time when the evil Galactic Empire is tightening its grip of power on the galaxy. Imperial forces have occupied a remote planet and are ruining the lives of its people. The motley but clever crew of the starship Ghost – cowboy Jedi Kanan, »
- Phil Wheat
The film centres around a punk band who find themselves trapped in a remote venue after a killing during their performance.
An angry, racist gang tears the place apart while the band takes refuge in the green room.
Stewart will play ruthless industrialist and white supremacist Darcy Banker.
Green Room will begin shooting this month for release in 2015. »
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