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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…
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Alright, the new trailer is here and has successfully changed my opinion on how excited I should be for X-Men: Apocalypse. After holding out a long time, trying to convince myself that it’s gonna be great, I had been left with a lack of excitement. However, this trailer really changed my mind and I am very excited to see how this all unfolds. This trailer really highlights the action sequences that are going to take place and gives a pretty good look at everyone’s powers.
Continue reading New X-Men Apocalypse Trailer is Pretty Badass
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
Shortly after reports of Fox’s newly established cinematic universe, and a potential X-Men/Fantastic Four crossover, things seem to be quickly falling apart. It was announced that Fox has placed an embargo for all Fantastic Four reviews for a day prior to the films release. This does not bode well for Fox. Embargoes are rarely used for films and when they are, it’s usually an indication that the said film isn’t any good.
Continue reading Fox Places Review Embargo on Fantastic Four, Shared Universe Off To Rocky Start?
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
“Oh my stars and garters!” X-Men: Apocalypse director, Bryan Singer took to social media to announce the latest casting in his upcoming mutant dystopian flick; Olivia Munn joins as the telekinetic, psy-blade wielding ninja, Betsy Braddock, aka, Psylocke.
Continue reading Olivia Munn Cast as Psylocke In X-Men: Apocalypse
Welcome back to the Hero Express! It’s been a minute since we’ve gathered together to go over the latest crop of comic book-related movie news, but there couldn’t be a better time for the Hero Express, so let’s jump right into it.
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Coming right after he gave us a look at what is assumed to be Apocalypse’s ship, Bryan Singer took to Instagram to reveal the film’s latest casting choice, announcing actor, Kodi Smit-McPhee (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Paranorman) as the film’s young Kurt Wagner/Nightcrawler.
Continue reading BAMF! Nightcrawler Casting Revealed in X-Men: Apocalypse
We’ve received another glimpse into the developing production of X-Men: Apocalypse, and once again it comes from Bryan Singer. Much like we saw as X-Men: Days of Future Past moved through production, Singer is always the first to drop any new images from the film.
Continue reading X-Men: Apocalypse – Bryan Singer Teases Concept Art
After what seems like a decade of waiting and endless fanboy speculation, Bryan Singer has finally announced via Twitter the official trio starring in X-Men: Apocalypse as younger versions of Jean Grey, Cyclops and Storm.
Continue reading Breaking: Sophie Turner, Tye Sheridan and Alexandra Shipp announced as Jean Grey, Cyclops and Storm in X-Men Apocalypse