It takes a lot of computers to turn actors into a naked, blue Jennifer Lawrence, as this absolutely stunning VFX breakdown for Digital Domain, who worked on X-Men: Days of Future Past proves. Seriously, if you watch just one of these VFX reels we love posting so much, make it this one.
One of the coolest special effects in X-Men: Days of Future Past was the Quicksilver "frozen time" effect where the character is moving so quickly that everything around him seems to move in super slow-motion. In this video, director Bryan Singer explains how they achieved the effect.
Having done such a great job with the viral marketing leading up to X-Men: Days of Future Past, it appears Fox is continuing the job in advance of DoFP's DVD and Blu-ray release with this mysterious video. But why are they bothering?
While Logan and Storm don't actually kiss in X-Men: Days of Future Past, Halle Berry and Hugh Jackman do share a peck in costume in this slightly goofy outtake from the film.
Most X-Fans will likely know most of the trivia and comic references that packed Days of Future Past, but this six-minute video still probably has a few you missed. For instance, the deleted Rogue scene it describes sounds pretty great — I'm kind of sad it wasn't included. I bet Anna Paquin is, too.
Well, it should be titled X-Men: Days Of Future Cats. Also, I think the lack of an appearance by Cat-lossus or Kitten Pryde is a travesty. Still: adorable.
Over Hugh Jackman's 14 years as Wolverine, he's seen the X-Men rise and fall, and he's doing it again in X-Men:Days of Future Past. In our exclusive interview, Jackman explains what makes a good X-Men movie, his opinions on the new, younger group of mutants and the complex math behind delivering Wolverine's signature…
This take on the classic X-Men: Days of Future Past cover just reminds us of all of the animated superhero shows that are no longer with us—many of them cancelled before their time.
Director Bryan Singer says he can bring in new, young versions of Cyclops, Jean Grey, and even Storm in the upcoming Days of Future Past sequel X-Men: Apocalypse. But will he?
If you're like me, you've been cautiously excited about all the new X-Men: Days of Future Past footage, but with one caveat: How the hell is young Charles Xavier walking around when a bullet severed his spine at the end of First Class? We finally have the answer.
If you're too impatient to wait for opening day on May 23, here you have a sneak preview of the opening battle in X-Men: Days of Future Past, now clearly showing the awesome morphing Sentinels from the future. The scene shows the mutant hunters invading their hideout.
Don't worry, they're not long; in fact, two of these new featurettes are just set tours given by director Bryan Singer. But four of them contain new footage from the movie, and the video above explains how Wolverine's psyche is sent back in time!
I read Days of Future Past—the X-Men two-book-saga by writer Chris Claremont, penciler John Byrne and inker Terry Austin—back when it first came out in the 1980s. Based on the new trailer, it seems that is has some key moments from it. Like when Storm gets killed?
Holy crap, you guys. This second X-Men: Days of Future Past trailer delivers the goods that the first one only hinted at: Sentinels in action! Bolivar Trask! Apocalyptic future New York! Young Professor X and Magneto smoldering at each other!
Has the new X-Men movie added yet another mutant to the mix? This new still features Evan Peters' Quicksilver sitting with an unknown, pint-sized red-haired girl on his lap — who could she be other than Quicksilver's sister Wanda, a.k.a. the Scarlet Witch?
As promised, Empire kept releasing new X-Men: Days of Future Past covers until 3am EST last night; most of them were of characters we've seen before, but the Sentinel that will menace the X-Men in the future is definitely new. Plus, the best looks at Bishop, Sunspot, Warpath and more!
X-Men: Days of Future Past is getting its viral video on with this video detailing how a young Magneto was tried and convicted (and also possibly framed) for the murder of President Kennedy. Huh.
There are a ton of Doctor Who photos, and the Jessica Jones TV series has a showrunner. Independence Day 2 gets a new release date, and next year will see two Hercules films. New versions of Ghost and Tales from the Darkside are coming to TV. Plus, a toy line gives a glimpse of Captain America 2's costumes. Spoilers…