Mark Millar thinks DC's Justice League is a really, really bad idea.
After a brief stint in X-Men: The Last Stand, Days of Future Past will push Kitty Pryde and Sentinels into the spotlight.
As we look forward to the next chapter in the cinematic history of the X-Men, Bryan Singer's forthcoming Days of Future Past, we've all got the same question in the back of our minds: Will it suck?
Mark Millar's real-world superhero tale Kick-Ass is a modern work of bloody, dirty art. It's a great comic, and made for an equally great film.
Comic fans went nuts earlier this year when director Joe Carnahan (The Grey, Narc) revealed he was in the running to direct a gritty, 1970s-set reboot of Daredevil—and his epic sizzle reel only fanned the flames. But now it seems Carnahan has moved on to another dark comic he wants to bring to the big screen.
After Matthew Vaughn (X-Men: First Class, Kick-Ass) dropped out of X-Men Days of Future Past, the big rumor was that he was clearing his schedule to direct Star Wars: Episode VII. Not so, says Fox consultant Mark Millar. So why did he drop out of the X-Men sequel?
It's been a while since we heard anything about that Deadpool movie starring Ryan Reynolds, but apparently it ain't dead yet. According to director Tim Miller, they're fired up and ready to go. Well, except for one thing.
We'd already heard rumblings that the X-Men: First Class sequel Days of Future Past would mine the excellent 1980s comic storyline of the same name, and now we have a few more precious details about what's coming. How does "X-Men meets Terminator" sound?
Comic-book writer and Kick-Ass creator Mark Millar's recently landed a gig at Fox studios as a Marvel superhero consultant. If that news wasn't awesome enough, Millar is telling us what his job will be: and it's more good news.
Acclaimed comic writer Mark Millar may not have played an extremely direct role in getting Marvel's The Avengers made for the big screen, but he does have some insight into why it took so long—and says it probably would've never happened without him.