There have been rumblings that some former X-Men cast members could return in the upcoming sequel Days of Future Past. Now we know for sure—and it seems Magneto and Xavier's battle will rage through a few generations this time around.
This week, Bryan Singer announced big news about X-Men: Days of Future Past—he confirmed that both Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Patrick Stewart would appear in the upcoming sequel. And no one was as shocked about their return as the actors themselves.
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?
Could an X-Force, Deadpool or Cable movie be on the way soon? After seeing the success Marvel has had with The Avengers, the folks at Fox are happy to take a page from their playbook—saying as many as 10 new comic book-based movies could be coming down the pike from the studio.
Director Bryan Singer might be fairly new to Twitter, but the X-Men mastermind made waves recently by using the medium to reveal that two former stars would be back for the eagerly anticipated sequel Days of Future Past. But, his little tweet apparently put those stars in a bit of an awkward situation.
How many Former X-Men stars can Bryan Singer squeeze into Days of Future Past? Sir Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart have already been confirmed, while Hugh Jackman's in negotiations. Now the latest buzz suggests two more alumni may come on board.
It’s been a while since we heard Fox would release a special “Rogue Cut” of X-Men: Days of Future Past, featuring the B-plot that was axed from the film. We finally have an update — and it’s very good news.