'X-Men: Days of Future Past' is looking to be Bryan Singer's version of 'The Avengers' and 'Justice League.' It's got a huge cast filled with members of the original 'X-Men' trilogy, members of 'First Class' and even some newbies, like Peter Dinklage. Oh, and there's Sentinels too! If that wasn't epic enough for you, the latest rumor out on the webosphere suggests this universe is about to be blown sky high by the introduction of major comic book baddie Apocalypse. But is there any truth to it?
The third row of an IMAX screen is a sufficiently disadvantageous perspective to give you a taste of the way the hero of 'Jack the Giant Slayer' sees the world. From that angle, even regular-sized humans loom ominously overhead; you can imagine how big the giants look. But that's about as impressive as the surprisingly crummy 'Jack' gets.
'X-Men: Days of Future Past' is sounding more and more like the most "epic" movie for lovers of this superhero team, and that's using Bryan Singer's own words. It's gonna have sentinels, Peter Dinklage as the main villain, 'X-Men' veterans mingled with the cast of 'First Class,' and the list of amenities just keeps on growing. And just when we couldn't be even more pumped than we already are, we might (repeat might) have just learned when the first preview of this ultimate 'X-Men' movie will be hitting.
Bryan Singer of 'X-Men' fame has turned his sights to the storybook world of 'Jack and the Beanstalk' for his latest directorial project 'Jack the Giant Slayer,' coming out in theaters March 1. Although we've already given you a good look at the film through a number of trailers, posters and clips, we've got something bigger (dare we say, giant?) to offer -- a prize pack filled with merchandise pegged to the movie.
With its March 1st release date looming, it looks like the marketing folks behind Bryan Singer's 'Jack the Giant Slayer' finally remembered that they have a movie to sell. Arriving hot on the heels of a teaser for the new trailer (oh, the days we live in!), the first official clip from the movie is full of all kinds of Giant action, although not too much Giant slaying. Check out the clip below.
We're less than a month away from the release of Bryan Singer's 'Jack the Giant Slayer,' and though the film had nine additional months to figure out how to sell itself (it was originally scheduled to hit theaters in June of last year), we still don't know what to expect. There's a new trailer coming on Monday, and the preview for it suggests scale and pageantry.