Deadpool 2 is looking to finally bring Cable from the pages of Marvel comics to the big screen. But there’s one daunting aspect of that—how do you explain a comic book history as complex and as absurd as Cable has? For now, it sounds like the answer is to avoid as much of it as possible. Allow us to explain why that’s…
We’re about to get another Marvel TV show—but this one is coming to Fox, as part of plans to expand the mutant universe beyond the X-Men films. But with its arrival, one previously announced X-show between has already been canceled.
For some reason every superpower has to come with a downside. The X-Men, for example, are rejected from society for being mutants. But why can’t it just be win-win? It turns out it can, you just need to be a mad scientist like Colin Furze, and build your superpowers yourself.
It’s a hard life, being a Marvel mutant. Sure, you get rad powers (maybe), but also get the rest of the world hating your guts for simply existing. On top of that, you and your fellow mutants are almost always facing apocalyptic scenarios. Here’s just eight times Marvel have threatened all Mutant-kind with oblivion.
The next mutant movie, X-Men: Apocalypse, is going to take place in the ‘80s. And director Bryan Singer has warned that while this will be an X-Men movie, it’s going to also be a massive monster movie at the same time. Well, at least Professor X still has his hair.
Bryan Singer has been teasing the return of Angel to the X-Men world for sometime, but today it's official. Angel's back, and he's got a brand-new look — but it's one that should be very familiar to comics fans.
We love to imagine how biotechnology might one day enhance our fleshy bodies, but too often, Earth’s wildlife are left out of the future entirely. Enter Kathryn Fleming’s future zoo, filled with a menagerie of fantastical, slightly disturbing, genetically modified mutants.
Today, we rediscovered that people are willing to go to extreme lengths to gain mutant-like abilities. Are you one of them?
This week's Avengers & X-Men: Axis #7 has reshaped the history of the Marvel Universe with just a few panels, but here's the crazy part: the change makes sense! (In its own weird way.)
Seriously, this is one of those questions that requires a lot of worldbuilding and thought to answer — the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles can't exactly show their faces in public, plus they're ninjas. So how on Earth do they obtain the pizza on which they mostly subsist?
Watching Michael Fassbender And James McAvoy do impressions of their future selves in the X-Men movies right in front of the magnificent actors who play said future selves, Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen, is WONDERFUL.
Hugh Jackman answers everything you are dying to know about X-Men: Days of Future Past and shares a few fun spoilery details that we couldn't reveal earlier in our exclusive interview.
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.
One of the best parts of all the X-Men movies is watching the gorgeous Mystique transform into all sorts of folks. The flicking scale mutation scene NEVER gets old. And now you can see every transformation in one video.
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…
We've now watched a full year of Tomorrow People, 22 episodes. Complete with roll-the-dice plotting and random character flip-flops. So it's probably a good moment to ask: What the heck was this show about, exactly? Spoilers ahead...
Did you skip out of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 before the X-Men: Days of Future Past credits scene clip reveal? Don't worry we've got the clip right here for you to watch, and it's stuffed to the gils with mutants. Wonderful.