Tag Archives: Olivia Munn

X-Men: Apocalypse – Four Horsemen Featurette and New International Trailer

You are all my children…

Bryan Singer’s latest X-trilogy is nearing a conclusion with X-Men: Apocalypse now only seven weeks shy of its May 27 premiere. And as that date fast approaches, we don’t expect to see too much new footage beforehand. That said, the marketing team is still at work, and the new international trailer did offer a few new clips…

Continue reading X-Men: Apocalypse – Four Horsemen Featurette and New International Trailer

Possibility of R-rated X-Force Movie

While it was obvious to both fans, and Ryan Reynolds himself that Deadpool needed to be R-rated. It was a risk that paid off for the studio. Making an R-rated superhero movie is difficult because it eliminates a large portion of the expected audience. Of course, there will be that annoying mom who takes her 8-year-old to see  Deadpool and then complain online about how it was too sexual or violent or whatever, but that’s a rant for later.

Aside from the annoying mother, Deadpool was a huge success in its opening weekend, which is great and paves the way for more rated R superhero movies. Of course the R-rating should be used delicately. Not all superhero movies need to be rated R, but now that we’ve had one, it’s definitely worth considering. Simon Kinberg, the producer of Deadpool explains that pretty well when he spoke with Collider;

Continue reading Possibility of R-rated X-Force Movie

X-Men Apocalypse Trailer: Bringing Bald Back

Bryan Singer, who brought the first X-Men movie to the big screens 15 years ago (yes, we are that old), has reloaded his guns and is bringing the pain in X-Men: Apocalypse.  The third part of the latest trilogy and continuity shift for the X-Movies sees us in the 1980s, and the stars off the original movies are just joining the team.  The first trailer for the film is here… Continue reading X-Men Apocalypse Trailer: Bringing Bald Back

X-Men: Apocalypse and the Future of Fox Superhero Films

It’s been nearly two weeks since the boast-worthy Fox panel took place at San Diego Comic Con, where the film giant went into details about X-Men: Apocalypse, Gambit, Fantastic Four and Deadpool films. While fans are still waiting on Gambit and Deadpool details, the buzz for X-Men: Apocalypse began shortly after and hasn’t slowed down.

Continue reading X-Men: Apocalypse and the Future of Fox Superhero Films