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Fox Gives ‘The Predator,’ Two Untitled Marvel Movies and ‘Alita Battle Angel’ New Release Dates

by Britt Hayes May 28, 2016 @ 12:30 PM
20th Century Fox
Before you get all worried about the Predator part of that headline, rest assured that it’s good news: Fox has actually moved Shane Black’s sequel up by almost an entire month, putting it in early February 2018, likely hoping to replicate the success of similar R-rated fare like Kingsman and Deadpool. The studio has also announced new release dates for two untitled Marvel projects and Robert Rodriguez’s Alita Battle Angel, as well as the spy thriller Red Sparrow.

FX’s ‘Legion’ Will Be More David Lynch Than ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’

by Kevin Fitzpatrick May 27, 2016 @ 2:35 PM
Marvel Comics
The reception of this weekend’s X-Men: Apocalypse will surely have a hand in deciding the future of the franchise, but leave it to TV to explore the decidedly weirder corners of the X-universe. Take FX’s Noah Hawley-drawn Legion, which the Fargo showrunner claims will deliver “something whimsical and imaginative and unexpected,” rather than punching and kicking.

Relive Jean Grey’s X-Gasms in the ‘X-Men’ Animated Series Honest Trailer

by Kevin Fitzpatrick May 24, 2016 @ 4:37 PM
Early reviews of X-Men: Apocalypse haven’t been particularly welcoming, even as the nine-film franchise seemingly skews closer and closer to the colorful weirdness of its comic heyday. Many a fan jump right back to the ‘90s X-Men: The Animated Series (and its inimitable theme) as a pinnacle of X-nostalgia, now appropriately given the “Honest Trailer” treatment just in time for the movie!

The Top Five Worst X-Men Movie Moments

by Matt Singer May 24, 2016 @ 10:11 AM
In the tradition of ScreenCrush series like You Think You Know Movies and You Think You Know TV comes a new YouTube series: Top Five! Each week (or so; we’ve got a lot of other stuff going on), 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).

Cinemautopsy: What Went Wrong With ‘X-Men Origins: Wolverine’?

by Matt Singer May 23, 2016 @ 9:27 AM
In Cinemautopsy, we look back at a recent, high-profile failure and asks a simple question: What the hell happened? In this installment... the most popular member of a massive franchise. A hugely talented supporting cast full of up-and-coming actors. A promising indie director. The mysterious origin of a legendary comic book superhero. What could possibly go wrong?

Jennifer Lawrence Will Return For More ‘X-Men’...Under One Condition

by Britt Hayes May 20, 2016 @ 5:26 PM
20th Century Fox
Jennifer Lawrence isn’t contracted for another X-Men sequel, but back in March she seemed pretty happy about the possibility of returning for more films. It’s been two months since then, and while Lawrence appears to be a little less eager about it now, she says that she’ll reprise the role of Raven…there’s just one thing that has to happen. Or maybe two.

‘X-Men’ Director Bryan Singer Wants to Take the Next Sequel to Space, Wink Wink

by Britt Hayes May 14, 2016 @ 2:25 PM
20th Century Fox
Producer Simon Kinberg recently revealed that the next X-Men sequel will take place during the ’90s, which is fairly unsurprising given that it follows the decade-by-decade pattern of the recent trilogy. That doesn’t tell us much about their plans for the next chapter of the X-Men saga, but Bryan Singer has put forth an idea that may give us a hint about where the story is heading.

‘X-Men’ Producer Simon Kinberg Says the Next Sequel Will Take Place in the ’90s

by Britt Hayes May 9, 2016 @ 5:16 PM
20th Century Fox
X-Men: First Class took place in the ’60s. X-Men: Days of Future Past moved to the ’70s. Apocalypse is set in the ’80s. Like one of those “what comes next” questions on an IQ test, you can probably guess where this is going, but just in case you had any doubt, producer Simon Kinberg says — get ready — that the next X-Men sequel will take place in the ’90s. Jennifer Lawrence would probably look pretty cute in a choker necklace, to be honest.

‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ Review: A Familiar and Confusing Journey to Days of Past Present

by Matt Singer May 9, 2016 @ 3:58 PM
20th Century Fox
When Nightcrawler broke into the White House at the start of 2003’s X2, it felt like more than a watershed moment in the history of comic book movies; it felt like a miracle. Here was one of comics’ most fantastical characters — a blue-skinned, three-fingered German demon with a pointy, prehensile tail and teleportation powers — brought to life with all of his outlandish quirks and powers intact, showcased in a sequence that was thrilling and utterly convincing. It was something no one had ever seen before. It was truly uncanny.

‘New Mutants’ Director Josh Boone May Have Just Revealed the Lineup

by Britt Hayes May 4, 2016 @ 5:52 PM
While The Stand is on hold due to a rights issue, filmmaker Josh Boone is keeping busy with plenty of other projects, including another Stephen King adaptation (Revival), a new film based on Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles, and — last but not least — New Mutants. There's been plenty of speculation regarding the official roster in the X-Men spinoff, but if Boone's latest series of Instagram posts is to be believed, his mutant team may have just been revealed.