Olivia Munn has said that Bryan Singer disappeared from the set of X-Men: Apocalypse for 10 days, leaving his assistants to relay details on how to keep filming via text messages.
The Canadian Prime Minister popped by the set of the latest X-Men movie, starting production soon in Montreal.
Actor seems set to return to the comic book blockbuster series, although it isn't confirmed yet.
Michael Fassbender may be one of the most widely admired actors in the business right now, but evidently this doesn’t stop the man himself from being his own worst critic. According to Vulture, Fassbender visibly cringed in front of the audience after a clip was shown from this year’s ‘Apocalypse,’ in which he made his third appearance as the complex mutant villain Magneto. Fassbender admitted, “I don’t actually like that performance there, to be honest.
Studio 20th Century Fox have issued an official apology over the ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ marketing which highlighted Jennifer Lawrence’s Mystique being strangled by Oscar Isaac’s Apocalypse. The images, which had been featured on massive billboard ads for the movie in New York and Los Angeles, had attracted vocal criticism online for their portrayal of violence against women.
Director Bryan Singer has revealed details of Hugh Jackman’s cameo in ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ - the star’s final appearance in a mainline X-Men film before his farewell to the character in 2017’s solo spin-off. Warning: Spoilers for Wolverine’s cameo follow. The scene in question depicts Jackman as Wolverine in his feral Weapon X guise, inside the facility that grafted indestructible adamantium to his skeleton.
Luckily, those who stuck around after ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ had good reason to. 'Apocalypse’s post-credits scene has done what so many others over the year have also, teasing possibilities for a future instalment in the series but it concerned characters most film-goers won’t know a great deal about - so here’s a quick spoiler-filled explainer. The end credits scene returns to the Weapon X facility that housed one of 'X-Men: Apocalypse’s second act action scenes, in which Jean Grey, Cyclops and Nightcrawler attempt to spring Mystique, Beast and Quicksilver from William Stryker’s imprisonment.
“X-Men: Apocalypse” is a superhero film that’s the ninth instalment in the “X-Men” film franchise. It sees the X-Men facing off against the world’s first mutant, Apocalypse, in a battle for the fate of the world. It stars James McAvoy (Professor X/Charles Xavier), Michael Fassbender (Magneto/Erik Lehnsherr), Jennifer Lawrence (Mystique/Raven Darkholme), Oscar Isaac (Apocalypse/En Sabah Nur), Nicholas Hoult (Beast/Hank McCoy), Rose Byrne (Moira MacTaggert), Tye Sheridan (Cyclops/Scott Summers), Sophie Turner (Phoenix/Jean Grey), Olivia Munn (Psylocke/Betsy Braddock), Lucas Till (Havok/Alex Summers), Evan Peters (Quicksilver/Peter Maximoff), Kodi Smi-McPhee (Nightcrawler/Kurt Wagner), Alexandra Shipp (Storm/Ororo Munroe), Ben Hardy (Archangel/Angel/Warren Worthington III), with a cameo by Hugh Jackman (Wolverine/Logan).
‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ director Bryan Singer has revealed that he pitched the idea of introducing X-23 - “the female Wolverine" - into the ongoing X-Men series. As 'Apocalypse’ hits cinemas, featuring Hugh Jackman as Wolverine in his penultimate appearance as the character, Fox will naturally be looking for ways to replace him - and X-23 certainly represents one such way. Fandango discussed the upcoming 'X-Force’ spin-off with Singer, also asking him whether Fox had asked for his guidance in regard to replacing Jackman after his final foray as the character in 2017’s third Wolverine spin-off.
The ninth film in Fox’s X-Men series has arrived, heralding Apocalypse - a villain like no other the superhero mutant team has faced before. The 16-year-old series is the longest running superhero franchise, so as the new film hits cinemas we thought we’d rank the films to date, including the three spin-offs and director Bryan Singer’s latest epic. It made excellent use of the characters set up in Bryan Singer’s 2000 original (though Cyclops remained under-served) and built on every facet of what makes the X-Men series tick in all forms of media.
Yes, the Australian is one of the biggest box office stars in the world, but that’s largely thanks to his multiple appearances as Wolverine across the X-Men universe. Berry’s lengthy career adds ballast to her box office total, but other than playing Storm, it’s being Jinx in Bond flick ‘Die Another Day’ and ‘The Flintstones’ that put her this high on the list.
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Seems we may have reason to believe that Taylor Swift will appear in the upcoming ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’… as one of the most notorious X-Men characters of them all. Yes, who better than one of the reigning queens of pop music to take on the role of Dazzler, the disco mutant? For starters, last summer ‘X-Men’ producer and screenwriter Simon Kinberg shared a photograph on Twitter of himself with Swift and ‘Apocalypse’ actors James McAvoy and Sophie Turner.
Yesterday’s final trailer for ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ confirmed that the upcoming mutant superhero epic will feature Hugh Jackman’s fan-favourite hero Wolverine. Now the trailer is live and racking up views, director Bryan Singer has been quizzed about Wolverine’s appearance, offering some very cryptic words about what to expect. “Make of that what you want,” he told Empire of the brief snippet seemingly set in the Weapon X facility that gave Wolverine his adamantium skeleton.
Twentieth Century Fox has released an ace new poster for upcoming superhero epic ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’, featuring the titular villain and his Four Horsemen.
Fox super-producer and ‘X-Men’ universe overseer Simon Kinberg has been discussing how the filmmaking team go about selecting which mutants to involve. In a few months 'X-Men: Apocalypse’ will give fans the most epic 'X-Men’ movie yet, and also one of its biggest cast of super-powered mutants. The new movie stars James McAvoy as Professor X and Michael Fassbender as Magneto, but also gives us younger versions of numerous famed mutants, including Jean Grey (Sophie Turner), Cyclops (Tye Sheridan), Storm (Alexandra Shipp) and Nightcrawler (Kodi Smit-McPhee).
“There’s a crossover between ‘X-Men’ and ‘Game Of Thrones’, they’re both about a younger generation finding their powers, finding out who they are, and what their place in the world is. “Obviously, they did it for that character because Brando showed up so fat Coppola didn’t know how to introduce him, and he thought ‘I’ll do it very slowly and gradually and hide the body’ because it might be a shock to the audience.
As well-loved as the live action ‘X-Men’ movie series is, there will always be a special place in the hearts of many fans - i.e. the slightly older ones - for the 1990s Fox Kids animated TV series.
With the first trailer for ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ having just arrived, seeing director Bryan Singer return for the fourth time to the franchise he helped start, it’s easy to forget that this wasn’t always a certainty. This case was also dismissed on lack of evidence.
The follow-up to ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ will reportedly shoot in 2017 with Bryan Singer once again at the helm. It will be the seventh mainline 'X-Men’ film since the original in 2000.