The cast of the X-Men: Days of Future Past will be appearing at the NYC premiere. After that, who knows? We sure don't.
We’ve been wondering how Bryan Singer would imagine James McAvoy’s young 70s-era Professor Xavier, and now we finally know.
Is a member of the X-Men about to sign on as ass-kicking angel of vengeance Eric Draven in the Crow reboot?
Here's the first official pic of the extremely star-studded ensemble cast of Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere.
X-Men: Days of Future Past is bringing out the big guns. Actor James McAvoy, who plays a young Charles Xavier, recently discussed some changes in the upcoming sequel. The landscape is totally different, and so are the characters. The X-Men could encounter their biggest foes yet.
We're quite a way from the sequel to X-Men: First Class being a reality—most of the actors are contractually obligated to return, but director Matthew Vaughn has yet to sign on the dotted line—yet that hasn't stopped one of its stars from revealing a little bit about the X-Men's great love story.
James McAvoy recently said that he'd kill to be in a Star Trek sequel. Okay, probably not literally, but you get his drift. Though on second thought, perhaps people auditioning for the next Star Trek movie should be extra careful.
The Americanized, Hollywoodized adaptation of Katsuhiro Otomo's groundbreaking manga series is finally taxiing for take off. Director Albert Hughes has a script—rewritten by Harry Potter's Steve Kloves—-that the Powers That Be like and is ready to shoot this summer. But who'll play the two starring roles?
If Fox is attempting a movie reboot of Marvel's Man Without Fear, they'll definitely need a star. And, rather than contemplate any further the prospect of Robert Pattinson strapping on the crimson leathers, here are some other, far better options—including one curve ball.
If you always liked the bromance of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, you'll definitely dig the one between a young Professor X and a young Magneto in director Matthew Vaughn's X-Men: First Class. Because James McAvoy, who plays a younger Charles Xavier in the X-Men prequel, says that's exactly what you'll get.