Now that ‘The Wolverine’ has opened, let’s turn our attentions to ‘Future Past’ and break down everything that we know about it, starting with a release date.
Comic-Con 2013 is almost upon us, and one of the more hoped-for panels is the one for 20th Century Fox. Fans have been hoping to catch an update or two on Bryan Singer's 'X-Men: Days of Future Past,' and, though shy of an official announcement, a panel will reportedly happened. In fact, we've already stumbled on some of the "big surprises" coming our way.
Who exactly is Peter Dinklage playing in Bryan Singer's 'X-Men: Days of Future Past'? Well, recent rumors have suggested that he'll be playing Bolivar Trask, the creator of the mutant-hunting Sentinels, and a new picture snapped on the set certainly backs that up. After all, he's certainly not dressed like a Mutant supervillain.
Some days, it feels like the more we learn about 'X-Men: Days of Future Past,' the less we actually know about it. One of the ongoing mysteries has been the identity of Peter Dinklage's villain, with fans searching all over the 'X-Men' universe for a character who fits the Emmy-winning 'Game of Thrones' star. Now a new photo from the set has arrived, but does it help to clarify his on-screen identity?
It's not uncommon for surprise guests to pop up on 'Saturday Night Live,' but when that surprise guest is none other than Tyrion Lannister, you just have to get excited. What seemed like a rather typical "Drunk Uncle" sketch on last night's SNL was instantly elevated with the arrival of 'Game of Thrones' star Peter Dinklage. Watch it below!
'X-Men: Days of Future Past' is going to be one hell of an 'X-Men' movie, melding together the original mutants, like Patrick Stewart and Hugh Jackman, with the updated 'First Class' cast. Now 'Game of Thrones' star Peter Dinklage is the first newbie added to the franchise in a previously unknown role, but the first details of his character have leaked out!
We're not sure how much there is to condone when it comes to 'Game of Thrones' celebrities giving the commencement addresses at various colleges. One the one hand, it seems a job better suited for true leaders of men, or academics, but on the other, they never cease to entertain. Every bit as witty in real life as his on-screen 'Game of Thrones' character Tyrion Lannister, Peter Dinklage's address needs to be seen to be believed.
Robin Williams is an actor with two modes. He can be undeniably brilliant, a subtle, nuanced performer with a knack for portraying desperate loneliness and sadness. More often, he's extremely loud, mind-meltingly obnoxious and does a lot of zany voices for reasons that don't make much sense outside of the fact that Williams likes to do zany voices. So, which side of Williams are we going to see in 'The Angriest Man in Brooklyn'?