Bryan Singer is deep in development on his next X-Men film to follow up Days of Future Past, but who will play the title role in Apocalypse?
If the X-Men head to the small screen, which new mutants should get the live-action treatment?
Could Quicksilver headline that new proposed live-action X-Men TV series?
With comic-book shows everywhere these days, is Fox getting ready to expand its X-Men empire to the small screen?
Looks like that new upcoming Deadpool flick will be part of the X-Men cinematic universe after all.
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!