So it begins. As soon as word broke that a new Star Wars was in the works, you just knew the rumor mill was going to start churning about potential directors. So what do you think about Matthew Vaughn (X-Men: First Class, Kick-Ass)?
Hmm, this is getting interesting. First we heard from long-time X-Men co-star Patrick Stewart (Professor X) that he's game for another installment, and now Jean Grey herself Famke Janssen has opened up about the odds of a sequel. So what does she have to say?
We don't know exactly where the sequel to X-Men: First Class is headed yet (though we have heard rumors), but at least one member of the cast has a very specific idea of where his character should go. He wants to fall in love with one of Marvel Comics' most iconic mutants.
We finally know when work will begin on a sequel to X-Men First Class—but thanks to the success of The Hunger Games, it's apparently going to take a bit longer than we'd hoped.
With two (possible) hit movies under her belt—last year's X-Men: First Class and the upcoming and highly anticipated The Hunger Games—actress Jennifer Lawrence may just have found herself in a heap of trouble. Sorta. See, both films have sequels that are set to shoot at roughly the same time. Oops!
Planning is already underway on a sequel to the hit X-Men: First Class, and a writer on the film says the follow-up will give proper attention to the mutant team's most famous frenemy.
Ever since we heard the exciting news that X-Men: First Class was officially getting its sequel—and that Matthew Vaughn would be back in the director's chair—we've been psyched thinking about the many, many possibilities the sequel will without a doubt bring.
The massive commercial and critical success of X-Men: First Class meant we were almost guaranteed to see a sequel sooner or later, we just didn't know when or (perhaps more importantly) if director Matthew Vaughn would come back to helm the project.
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.
Since tonight marks the beginning of the Festival of Lights, we thought we'd run down a roster of noteworthy pop culture characters who'll be lighting a menorah—including a master of magnetism, a mistress of magic and Jews in Space!