With 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' continuing production (to hopefully reveal at least something small during this year's Comic-Con), Sir Patrick Stewart is hard at work reprising Charles Xavier -- or rather, he was hard at work. The beloved actor recently finished his four-and-a-half weeks of work in front of the camera, and from there he hit up Comicpalooza to give fans something to look forward to.
X-Men: Days of Future Past
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?
Yesterday brought the somewhat startling news that Bryan Singer intends on using the character Quicksilver in 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' and in fact cast Evan Peters for the role; a controversial decision, since Joss Whedon had already stated Quicksilver will be appearing in 'The Avengers 2.' So which franchise do you think will be a better fit for the speedy character?
Filming on 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' trucks along as director Bryan Singer releases more pics of returning franchise members and announces the latest additions to the cast -- and this latest update might send you running off in a twirl! It's just been announced that 'American Horror Story' star Evan Peters has just been cast in the role of -- wait for it -- Quicksilver. We wonder what Joss Whedon has to say about this...
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We're so lucky to be getting not one but TWO 'X-Men' movies in the span of two years. First up is 'The Wolverine,' coming at us this July, while 2014 will see Bryan Singer return to the director's seat for 'X-Men: Days of Future Past.' While these two flicks are seemingly separate adventures for their respective heroes, could there possibly be some underlying connection between them? Could a possible secret cameo from an 'X-Men' alum flow 'The Wolverine' right into 'Days of Future Past'?