Logan truly feels like the end of an era for the X-Men movies. Not just because Hugh Jackman is leaving the character behind, but because it comes at a time when the franchise itself feels up in the air. X-Men: Apocalypse disappointed, Deadpool wowed, and TV entry Legion is surprising. Who knows what’s next?
Talk of a sequel to X-Men: Apocalypse has been rampant as of late. There have been rumors of titles, shooting dates, actors returning, and more. But one thing there hasn’t been is an answer to the question of who might write and direct the expected X-sequel. Now that name may finally be revealed.
After the success of The Martian, both the book and the movie, it was evident author Andy Weir was going have some new opportunities. Now it seems one of those is on television.
There was never a doubt Deadpool 2 was going to happen, it was just a question of who was going to make it. Now that those issues have been settled, Deadpool himself is ready to talk about it all.
Back in 2012 when Disney bought Lucasfilm, the plan was simple. Starting in 2015, they’d release a new Star Wars movie every year—and that’s the plan up to 2019's Episode IX. We all assumed a new Star Wars Story would follow in 2020 but publicly, very little had been said about the possibility. Until today.
It’s probably not a huge shock, but Simon Kinberg and Bryan Singer’s audio commentary on X-Men: Apocalypse seems to confirm that Mister Sinister will be the villain in the third Wolverine movie.
One of the many joys in watching Disney XD’s Star Wars Rebels is when the show crosses over with the movies, whether it’s with the characters or the storylines. For the upcoming third season not only will there be more connections, they may be to future movies.
“Tone.” It’s a word we’ve heard a lot lately. From the dark tone of Batman v Superman, the adventurous tone of Captain America: Civil War and tone-related reshoots on Rogue One, everyone is talking about tone. And now tone is being blamed for much of the Fantastic Four’s failure.
Everything that’s good, and bad, about X-Men: Apocalypse can be traced to it being part of the successful X-Men franchise. It’s not only the third film in the series (in the new movie continuity), but also the sixth (overall), and also the ninth (if you count solo movies) which creates certain…
We already know why Olivia Munn agreed to play Psylocke, but now we know how that character even managed to be in the movie in the first place. Turns out the answer is actually a piece of fan art.
The new X-Men movies are rapidly running out of decades before they catch up to the present. Writer-producer Simon Kinberg has confirmed that the X-Men is moving is continuing down the timelines, telling Coming Soon, “The next one is set in the ‘90s.”
It wiped out all three of the original X-Men films. Guess we know how Fox is going to reboot X-Men.
The Hunger Games movie franchise is about to make another billion quatloos this weekend, so it’s probably not surprising that the people making the Logan’s Run remake want it to be another Hunger Games. But patterning Logan after Hunger, in any way, is an immensely silly idea.
Disney owns both Marvel and ABC, but that doesn’t mean it’s the only channel that can have Marvel TV shows. Fox just announced that it’s working on its own Marvel show, tentatively called Hellfire. Plus another Marvel show is in the pipeline for FX, called Legion.
Fox is moving beyond their Fantastic Four disaster (No, not that one. Not that one either. Yes, that one.) and focusing on making a sequel. Why is this the hill that they’re determined to die on?
One of the great movies Hollywood has been trying and failing to remake for a long time is Logan’s Run. A who’s who of filmmakers and actors have tried to reimagine the film—and now, X-Men, Fantastic Four and Star Wars producer Simon Kinberg will give it a shot.
Last month we learned the Merc with the Mouth would be getting his very own movie (with some caveats). Now, X-Men: Days of Future Past writer-producer Simon Kinberg has confirmed that the film will be part of the studio's larger X-Men universe.
Further proving that if there's a product people have heard of Hollywood can make a movie out of it, Fox has announced they're putting a Magic: The Gathering movie into development, with the hope of turning it into a Harry Potter or Lord of the Rings-type fantasy franchise.