Earlier today we saw a brand-new trailer for 'The Wolverine,' which keeps looking better and better. And this got us wondering: who else from the 'X-Men' universe should get a solo adventure? Vote in our poll after the break!
'Iron Man 3' is flying very high right now, racking up a stunning worldwide gross of almost $1 billion in little over a week. But with two more highly anticipated superhero adventures up ahead, will Iron Man truly reign supreme this summer?
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'?
You know who doesn't get enough love from the 'X-Men' crew? Gambit. Everyone loves to cosplay as Wolverine and Rogue and Storm, but what about that card-tossing Southern gentleman? This cosplayer knows what's up.
The recent trailers for 'The Wolverine' have given us our first good look at one of the film's main villains, the Silver Samurai. Now, director James Mangold has unveiled a new poster spotlighting the character...and it's a bit cooler than you'd expect. Check it out below.
When Brett Ratner took over the 'X-Men' franchise from Bryan Singer, he was tasked with adding new mutants to the steady roster of actors who were in the previous two films. One was Ellen Page, who Singer has brought back for 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' to reprise her role as Kitty Pride. Page recently turned up on set, and Bryan Singer took a picture.
When 'X-Men' arrived in 2000, the landscape of the cinematic blockbuster was changed forever. Superheroes still dominate the summer and more often than not, they tend to have come from the Marvel comic book universe. Sure, the occasional Batman or Superman film a
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