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‘Til Death Do Us Part’ begins in X-Men Gold #26, check out a preview here

Wedding bells are ringing in X-Men Gold #26 this coming week as the new story arc ‘Til Death Do Us Part’ gets underway, and you can take a look at a preview of the issue here courtesy of Marvel Comics

The Countdown To The Mutant Wedding Of The Century! It all begins here! But Who is tying the knot? And can I bring a plus-one? Also: The X-men in their final confrontation with an old foe, a fight that ends up costing Rachel everything. Plus…The evil alliance you never expected.

X-Men Gold #26 is out on April 18th, priced $3.99.

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First look at covers for ‘X-Men Gold #30′

This April, a brand new X-Men Gold arc (issues #26-30) launches with ‘Til Death Do Us Part, culminating in the wedding of Kitty Pryde and Colossus. And today, for the first time, check out the reveal of Kitty and Peter’s dazzling wedding photo, courtesy of J. Scott Campbell, as well as your first look at the uncanny wedding party for X-Men Gold #30 by Phil Noto – the oversized wedding issue where Kitty and Peter finally say “I do!”

X-men Gold #30

Written by Marc Guggenheim

Art by David Marquez

Cover by Phil Noto

Variant Cover by J. Scott Campbell

On Sale 6/20/18
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Marvel prepares for the X-Wedding of the Century with X-Men Gold #30

With the new story arc ‘Til Death Do Us Part’ kicking off this April in X-Men Gold, Marvel has unveiled two covers for June’s concluding chapter X-Men Gold #30, which features the uncanny wedding party for Kitty Pryde and Colossus, as well as the happy couple’s wedding photo; check them out here…

Til Death Do Us Part’ begins in X-Men Gold #26, in comic shops this April.

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Marvel’s X-Men swear… “Til Death Do Us Part”

This April, the most exciting X-Men Gold arc yet launches with ‘Til Death Do Us Part – culminating in the wedding of Kitty Pryde and Colossus! But wedding planning takes a backseat as the X-Men fall under attack, with Colossus being the ultimate target, and that’s just the start of troubles to come.

It’s a super hero wedding the mutant way – with fights, adversities, evil alliances and more! The action kicks off in X-men Gold #26, with the knot between Anne “Kitty” Pryde and Pytor “Peter” Nikolaievitch Rasputin being tied in X-men Gold #30 this June! Plus, don’t miss the essential companion to the ‘Til Death Do Us Part arc: The X-men Wedding Special featuring the return of Chris Claremont, out this May.

“After nearly 40 years, I’m extremely excited — and anxious — about telling the next chapter in Kitty and Peter’s epic love story,” shared writer Marc Guggenheim. “The
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Kitty and Colossus tie the knot in X-Men Gold’s wedding arc ‘Til Death Do Us Part’

We’re just a little over a month away from the latest Marvel wedding as Kitty Pryde and Colossus tie the knot in the X-Men Gold arc ‘Til Death Do Us Part’. Of course, this being a superhero wedding, things don’t go too smoothly, as the X-Men find themselves under attack, with Colossus being the ultimate target. Check out Phil Noto’s covers to X-Men Gold #26 and #27 here…

See Also: Chris Claremont returns to X-Men for The X-Men Wedding Special

“After nearly 40 years, I’m extremely excited — and anxious — about telling the next chapter in Kitty and Peter’s epic love story,” shared writer Marc Guggenheim. “The wedding is the capstone on a story that is classic X-Men, with Kitty risking it all to save the man she loves.”

It’s a super hero wedding the mutant way – with fights, adversities, evil alliances and more! The action kicks off
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It’s time for the [X-Men] wedding of the year!

It’s almost time for Kitty Pryde and Colossus to tie the knot… but a Marvel wedding is never a simple affair!

In this essential companion to the X-Men Gold (issues #26-30) story ‘Til Death Do Us Part, get a glimpse at Kitty and Peter’s march toward wedded bliss! It’s a celebration, Marvel style, with all the action, adventure and surprises that you’ve come to know and love from Marvel’s merry mutants – and it’s only in comic shops this May!

Written by Kelly Thompson (Hawkeye, Rogue & Gambit) and X-Men Gold scribe Marc Guggenheim – the X-Men Wedding special also features a bonus wedding gift all of its own in the form of an all-new Kitty Pryde story from legendary series writer Chris Claremont, who returns to the X-Men just in time for the celebrations!

X-men Wedding Special #1

Written by Marc Guggenheim, Kelly Thompson & Chris Claremont

Art by Greg Land,
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Chris Claremont returns to X-Men for The X-Men Wedding Special

It’s almost time for Kitty Pryde and Colossus to tie the knot…but a Marvel wedding is never a simple affair, as we’ll find out in May’s X-Men Wedding Special, which features stories from Kelly Thompson (Rogue & Gambit) and Marc Guggenheim (X-Men Gold), as well as a brand new story from legendary X-Men writer Chris Claremont!

X-Men weddings are always a big deal, if only because they’re so rare,” teased writer Kelly Thompson. “I think you probably have to go all the way back to X-Men #30 in 1994 – the wedding of Jean Grey and Cyclops – to get a wedding as potentially big as the wedding of Kitty Pryde and Colossus: two X-Men who’ve been around (and on again/off again) for literal decades.”

In this essential companion to the X-Men Gold (issues #26-30) story ‘Til Death Do Us Part, get a glimpse at Kitty and Peter’s march toward wedded bliss!
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Marvel Peels Back The Veil On X-Men Wedding Special #1

When it comes to the more famous romantic couplings the X-Men can lay claim to, it’s probably safe to say that pretty much everybody is familiar with pairings like Jean Grey and Cyclops or Rogue and Gambit. But, to comic book readers, there’s one that we haven’t really seen explored outside of this medium, and that’s Kitty Pryde and Colossus.

But when we take what’s unfolding in the books into account, maybe that’ll change soon enough, as the House of Ideas are allowing us to follow those two fan favorite mutants to the altar in the upcoming X-Men Wedding Special #1. Being a companion of sorts to the “‘Til Death Do Us Part” story arc found in X-Men Gold #26-30, it’ll be penned by series scribe Marc Guggenheim (TV’s Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow) and Kelly Thompson (Hawkeye, Rogue & Gambit). Not only that,
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Lucifer Season 3 Episode 13 Review – ”Til Death Do Us Part’

Tori Brazier reviews the thirteenth episode of Lucifer season three…

As we settle back into what is – hopefully – a regularly scheduled pattern for Lucifer, so ‘’Til Death Do Us Part’ proves to be an episode that really channels the fun of Lucifer without becoming too silly. It brings more of the saucy and flippant mood that suits not only the series as a whole but also Tom Ellis’ performance as Lucifer.

Now it has become clear exactly why Tom Welling joined the show as such a seemingly bland and beige character, and now he’s had an episode in his newly-revealed status as Cain and opportunity to brood and rail at the universe, he can truly get suck in. It certainly brings a welcome further dimension to his character and his acting, now he is in cahoots with Lucifer and spending more time with him. The relief of being truly
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With “Til Death Do Us Part,” Lucifer makes a friend for life (and death)

Lucifer is a show that loves to do fan service. So far, that’s not the type of thing that causes more harm than good for the show. Just look at “City Of Angels?” which was nice for what it was. An episode like “Til Death Do Us Part” is another casual reminder of that love of fan service; though it’s also an example of …

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Promo and images for Lucifer Season 3 Episode 13 – ‘Til Death Do Us Part’

Fox has released a promo and batch of images for next week’s thirteenth episode of Lucifer season 3, entitled ‘Til Death Do Us Part’; check them out here…

Lucifer And Detective Pierce Get Closer Than Ever On An All-new “Lucifer” Monday, January 29, On Fox

When an ecstasy cook-turned-chemistry-teacher is found murdered in a cozy Los Angeles suburb, Lucifer and Pierce must go undercover to help track down the killer. Meanwhile, Maze has a newfound attraction for someone that she used to despise and Charlotte has a revelation in the all-new “Til Death Do Us Part” episode of Lucifer airing Monday, Jan. 29 (8:00-9:00 Pm Et/Pt) on Fox.

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Lucifer airs on Monday nights on Fox.

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Film News Roundup: ‘Bridge of Spies’ Writer Matt Charman Producing Survival Novel ‘Ruthless River’

Film News Roundup: ‘Bridge of Spies’ Writer Matt Charman Producing Survival Novel ‘Ruthless River’
In today’s film news roundup, Matt Charman is developing “Ruthless River,” runaway slave story “Never Caught” is in the works as a movie, Cynthia Addai-Robinson is starring in “Always & Forever,” and “Kedi” gets a one-day release.

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Holly FitzGerald’s Amazon survival novel “Ruthless River” is in development as a movie with “Bridge of Spies” writer Matt Charman.

The story centers on FitzGerald and her husband, setting out on a yearlong honeymoon adventure backpacking around the world. Five months into the trip, their plane crash lands in Peru at a penal colony walled in by jungle, and their blissfully romantic journey turns into a terrifying nonstop labyrinth of escape and survival. They ultimately end up on a four-log raft that separates them from the piranha-and-caiman-infested water until they finally realize that there is no way out but to swim.

Charman, who received an Academy Award nomination for his “Bridge of Spies” screenplay, is also attached
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Draya Michele on Breaking Into Acting, Reveals If She’ll Return to Reality TV (Exclusive)

Draya Michele on Breaking Into Acting, Reveals If She’ll Return to Reality TV (Exclusive)
Draya Michele is enjoying the “challenge” of building her acting career.

Fans first got to know her on Basketball Wives La, but after quitting the reality show in 2015, Michele has been building a name in the acting world, landing roles in recent releases like Til Death Do Us Part starring Taye Diggs, Annie Ilonzeh, and Being Mary Jane’s Steven Bishop, and True to the Game, whose cast included the late Nelsan Ellis.

“I’m always happy to work with seasoned actors. I need it,” Michele tells Et of sharing the screen with 39-year-old Ellis, who died from heart failure in July. “I’m learning and growing every day, and when you get to work with people that are that good, it's amazing.”

Sharing the screen with Ellis pushed Michele to work harder. “He brought some of my best acting out of me,” she says.

Related: Draya Michele on Leaving 'Basketball Wives': 'I'm Owed an Apology'

But working
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Box Office Report: Logjam at Box Office Returns 'It' to Top Over New Cruise

Here's your estimated 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded): 1. It - $17.3 million ($291.1 million total) 2. American Made - $17.01 million ($17.01 million total) 3. Kingsman: The Golden Circle - $17.0 million ($66.7 million total) 4. The Lego Ninjago Movie - $12.0 million ($35.5 million total) 5. Flatliners - $6.7 million ($6.7 million total) 6. Battle of the Sexes - $3.4 million ($4.0 million total) 7. American Assassin - $3.3 million ($31.8 million total) 8. Home Again - $1.7 million ($25.1 million total) 9. Til Death Do Us Part - $1.5 million ($1.5 million total) 10. mother! - $1.4 million ($16.3 million total) The Big Stories By most traditional standards this weekend’s #1 film should have been an easy call. The biggest film of...

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Box Office Surge Ends as 3 Films Vie for Top Spot

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Box Office Surge Ends as 3 Films Vie for Top Spot
New entry “American Made” (Universal) and holdovers “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” (20th Century Fox) and “It” (Warner Bros.). are basically tied at the top for weekend box office #1, with estimates placing all within $310,000. Any of the three could emerge on top when Sunday’s actual numbers are compiled after the weekend.

That’s good news for “It” in its fourth weekend (now headed even higher than the $325 million that seemed likely a couple days ago), more mixed for the opening of Tom Cruise’s latest film and the holdover for the expensive second release in the “Kingsman” franchise.

What is not good news is the sudden 20 per cent-plus drop in box office total revenues for the weekend. After three post-Labor Day stanzas where “It” propelled a strong resurgence that gave hope that the mediocre summer’s returns might improve, the current results suggest that the year will end down
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It Returns to Top the Box Office with $17.3M

It Returns to Top the Box Office with $17.3M
The blockbuster Stephen King adaptation It returned to take the top spot this weekend, after being knocked off by Kingsman: The Golden Circle last weekend, winning with an estimated $17.3 million, followed closely behind by newcomer American Made in second with $17.01 million and last weekend's winner Kingsman: The Golden Circle with $17 million. With all newcomers expected to underperform at the box office this weekend, it was believed to be quite the close race, which turned out to be true, with the top three spots separated by just $300,000. Since these movies are so close together in today's estimates, it's possible, if not likely, that the top three movies may switch spots when the actual numbers are released tomorrow.

Box Office Mojo reports that the It remake dropped 90 theaters in its fourth frame at the box office, bringing its theater count down to 3,917, but it still earned a respectable $4,419 per-screen average, bringing its domestic total to $291.1 million,
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Weekend #1 Up for Grabs after Record September at the Box Office Comes to an End

Weekend #1 Up for Grabs after Record September at the Box Office Comes to an End
As a record September comes to an end, it's a race for number one with three films separated by a mere $310k. Based on estimates, it's a return to #1 for WB and New Line's It, but hot on its heels is Universal's American Made along with Fox's Kingsman: The Golden Circle. Otherwise, Sony's Flatliners debuted on life support, Novus's Til Death Do Us Part found its way into the top ten and Pure Flix's A Question of Faith finished on the outside looking in. With just over $300k separating number one and number three on this weekend's box office chart, first place currently belongs to WB and New Line's It, which is back on top after last weekend saw the killer clown finish in the runner up position. With an estimated $17.3 million, the record-breaking horror has now topped $291 million domestically and will spend Sunday enjoying its third weekend out of
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'Til Death Do Us Part': Film Review

'Til Death Do Us Part': Film Review
If you didn’t already know that October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, then Til Death Do Us Part will serve as a potent reminder that with support and determination, abusive relationships don’t need to be endured, they can be terminated. Billed as a psychological thriller, the film actually plays more like a tense melodrama, a hybrid formula likely to draw a more diverse audience to theaters and assure continued interest in home entertainment formats.

Writer-director Christopher B. Stokes took on Til Death Do Us Part specifically to highlight the courage and determination of domestic violence survivors, a noble aspiration that...
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