Canada's most famous mutant could have his very own statue if some of his countrymen get their way.
What happens when anti-mutant factions set out to create a truther-esque information campaign to turn the world against the X-Men? This, and it’s actually pretty cool.
It's official: Bryan Singer is back on board to direct X-Men: Apocalypse. And his name is not the only familiar one in the mix.
After the relative success of X-Men: Days of Future Past, there’d been rumblings Fox might expand their X-Men franchise with a few new spinoffs — and they didn’t have to look too far for ideas.
They’ve already replaced Thor, and now it looks like Marvel will be supplanting resident adamantium-clawed X-Men hero Wolverine with a female version. Snikt!
Aside from one misstep, Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine has been the glue that holds the X-Men franchise together. Turns out what is arguably his best performance was written by a guy who really doesn’t like superhero movies.
In an effort to avoid the stuffiness of creating nothing but classy covers to celebrate the company's 75th, Marvel has called on Deadpool to bring a little levity to the proceedings.
You might want to hold off on buying X-Men: Days of Future Past on home video this fall.
One of the most memorable scenes in Days of Future Past was when Quicksilver broke Magneto out of his Pentagon jail. But did you know that it was another X villain who was supposed to play jail breaker?
Days of Future Past has created a world of new possibilities for the big-screen X-Men, and we think that calls for some second chances.