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‘X-Men’ TV Series ‘Hellfire’ and ‘Legion’ Mutating at FOX and FX

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick October 14, 2015 @ 5:36 PM
20th Century Fox / Marvel
The X-Men cinematic universe has been mulling around a TV branch for some time now, and at last we've learned that mutants will invade not one, but two new series. FX has tapped Fargo showrunner Noah Hawley to helm a series around Professor Xavier's son Legion, while FOX will join the club, literally and figuratively, with a Hellfire TV series.

Marvel Still Pissed at Fox, Now Using The Inhumans to Kill Off The X-Men

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by Jacob Hall September 16, 2015 @ 12:23 PM
Marvel
The Marvel Cinematic Universe was built out of spare parts. With heavy-hitters like Spider-Man and the X-Men owned by different studios, Marvel Studios bet big on less popular characters and emerged victorious. Suddenly, Iron Man and Captain America became a big deal for ordinary, non-nerd people. Marvel no longer needs their big guns to matter. And now, they’re showcasing their clout by ruthlessly removing the X-Men from the comic book landscape using the characters they intend to replace them with – the Inhumans.

Simon Kinberg Teases ‘X-Men,’ ‘Deadpool’ and ‘Gambit’ Crossovers

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by Britt Hayes September 15, 2015 @ 5:46 PM
20th Century Fox
With the X-Men timeline effectively reset following the events in Days of Future Past, and with Gambit and Deadpool movies on the way, 20th Century Fox’s version of the MCU is now open to more interesting possibilities. Writer and producer Simon Kinberg has previously hinted at crossover possibilities within the mutant cinematic universe, but his latest statements suggest that the idea has moved from hypothetical to legitimate plan.

Comic Strip: Someone Asked Andrew Garfield About the New Spider-Man Reboot

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by Jacob Hall August 17, 2015 @ 12:16 PM
Sony
Oh, Andrew Garfield. No one blames you for the creative and commercial failure of the Amazing Spider-Man movies. You would’ve made a fine Peter Parker. At times, you even were a fine Peter Parker. But you were saddled with poor screenplays and a director who was at constant war with his studio. You did everything that you possibly could with nothing. We remember your first big Comic-Con apperance. We know you’re a fan of the character. And we’re oh-so-sorry that this happened to you.

FOX’s Live-Action ‘X-Men’ TV Series Maybe, Sort of Close to Official Marvel Deal

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick August 6, 2015 @ 12:36 PM
20th Century Fox
While its cinematic branch increasingly braces for the Apocalypse, the X-Men franchise may yet have come closer to mutating into a live-action TV series. FOX updates that continued negotiation for a “long-running series” rages on, though Marvel will have final say on use of the characters.

Channing Tatum’s ‘Gambit’ Movie Is Back On Again

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by Britt Hayes August 1, 2015 @ 12:54 PM
Columbia / Marvel
Earlier this week news broke that Channing Tatum had abruptly (at least from an outsider’s perspective) exited the Gambit solo film. No reason was given, although with the reported, proposed budget coming in at $160 million (that’s $10 million more than X-Men: Days of Future Past), it seemed fair to speculate that Tatum’s departure had something to do with budget issues. You can breathe a sigh of relief now, though, because Tatum is back on the Gambit pony.

Bryan Singer Says That Fantastic Four/X-Men Crossover Movie is Probably Going to Happen

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by Jacob Hall July 23, 2015 @ 2:36 PM
20th Century Fox
“Shared universe” used to be a phrase that only got tossed around in comic book shops. It was the kind of phrase that would earn blank stares from the cool kids, often right before you were shoved into a locker. Now, all of those cool kids wear Avengers shirts and know that shared universes are the Next Big Thing in Hollywood, were sprawling franchises will tell various stories about various characters who happen to share the same world. This was popularized by Marvel Studios, but their arch-rival, 20th Century Fox, isn’t going to let them hog the spotlight. Oh, no. Director Bryan Singer has confirmed a rumor that’s been floating around for quite some time: the studio wants to spin-off the X-Men and the Fantastic Four into their own crossover movie.

Run For Cover As We Count Down the Top Five Landmarks Destroyed in Movies

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by ScreenCrush Staff July 23, 2015 @ 10:52 AM
In the tradition of ScreenCrush series like You Think You Know Movies, You Think You Know TV, and Post Credits comes a brand new YouTube series: Top 5! Each week (or so; look we’re busy guys), ScreenCrush editor and critic Matt Singer will count down a particular topic from the world of movies (and probably write these introductory posts in the third person).

Ian McKellen Almost Didn’t Play Magneto and Gandalf Thanks to Tom Cruise

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by Britt Hayes July 20, 2015 @ 8:28 PM
Warner Bros.
Thanks to his roles in the X-Men and Lord of the Rings franchises, Ian McKellen has become an iconic part of mainstream pop culture, earning him notoriety with geeky fans he may never have had if he’d stuck to theatre and more serious, prestige roles. And if Tom Cruise had his way, McKellen might not have taken those roles and become the pop culture icon he is today.

What Hugh Jackman’s Old Man Logan Tease Could Mean for ‘The Wolverine 2’

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by Britt Hayes July 12, 2015 @ 11:54 AM
Marvel
We were greeted with an unexpected — but totally welcome — surprise yesterday at 20th Century Fox’s Comic-Con panel. Hugh Jackman was the first to arrive on stage for the X-Men: Apocalypse portion of the evening, where he once again confirmed The Wolverine 2 as his last Logan outing. We weren’t expecting much in the way of news from the sequel, but then Jackman said three words: “Old Man Logan.”