Hugh Jackman’s Butt in ‘X-Men’ Is Uncensored on Disney Plus
He’s the best there is at what he does.
Complete X-Men Movie Recap: All 10 Movies in 17 Minutes
Want to know what’s happened in every X-Men movie before Deadpool 2? This video will tell you everything you need to know.
Two ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ Characters May Return for ‘Dark Phoenix’
A bit of mutant news for this Tuesday morning: That Hashtag Show (h/t Cinema Blend) notes that actors Evan Jonigkeit and Gregg Lowe have entered negotiation with Fox to appear in the upcoming sequel/prequel/spinoff/reboot/I-have-no-idea-what-this-franchise-is-anymore X-Men: Dark Phoenix. Logic dictates that the two young men would reprise their roles of Toad and Ink (respectively), last seen in Days of Future Past. You may not remember the two characters, as Days of Future Past hit theaters back in 2014, and was even more difficult to follow than the famously convoluted comic book source issues, and the characters were onscreen for all of two minutes.
FOX 'X-Men' TV Series Casts Jamie Chung as Blink
FOX’s Bryan Singer-directed X-Men drama doesn’t have a name, or even many confirmed characters, at least until now. Recent Gotham alum Jamie Chung will suit up as Marvel’s Blink, who Singer had previously showcased in Days of Future Past.
Bryan Singer Says That Fantastic Four/X-Men Crossover Movie is Probably Going to Happen
“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.
‘Batman v Superman’ Sounds Grimmer Than We Expected
ScreenCrush’s Comic Strip is a weekly roundup of the hottest superhero movie/TV news items. From Marvel to DC and points in between, if it pertains to costumed comic book heroes, we’re covering it here, bringing you our expert analysis. This week, a few Batman v Superman scenes get described, Deadpool graces the cover of Entertainment Weekly, and Kevin Feige explains where the Marvel One-Shots went.
'X-Men: Days of Future Past - Rogue Cut' Clip Revives Rogue
20th Century Fox is finally releasing the Rogue Cut of X-Men: Days of Future Past next month, re-incorporating the scenes featuring Anna Paquin’s Rogue, which director Bryan Singer had to leave on the cutting room floor. Singer previously explained that the Rogue scenes were excised because they were “extraneous,” but that didn’t stop fans from wanting to see the alternate version. Fox has released a clip from the Rogue Cut to give you a little taste of what that version will look like.
'X-Men: Days of Future Past' Rogue Cut Heading to Theaters
We’ve known for some time now that Bryan Singer and Fox have been planning to release a “Rogue Cut” of X-Men: Days of Future Past, featuring 17 additional minutes of excised material — primarily Rogue’s plot, which had to be cut for time. Not only is there a DVD/Blu-ray release date for this alternate version of the film, but there’s also a theatrical release date, in case you’d like to experience it on the big screen.
100 Spectacular Comic Book Movie Behind the Scenes Pictures
The comic book movie craze may have exploded in recent years, but there have been movies and TV shows based on our favorite comics for decades. For all the action we see on screen, however, we hardly ever get to see behind the curtain at how it all comes together. Fortunately, we've managed to uncover dozens of behind the scenes images from your favorite comic-inspired movies. From The Dark Knight to Dredd, and Conan to Kick-Ass, we now have a little bit of an idea of what life was like on set during the creation of these beloved adaptations.