The next sequel in the long-running X-Men franchise aims to take on one of the biggest villains ever created in the comic canon. But don’t think that means he’ll be one-note.
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.
A few years before Ronald D. Moore brought BSG back to life as one of the most celebrated sci-fi series of the modern era, Bryan Singer almost beat him to the punch.
You might want to hold off on buying X-Men: Days of Future Past on home video this fall.
Fans have been wondering what effect those allegations against Bryan Singer might have on the X-Men, and now it sounds like the shoe might be about to drop.
In case you don’t have time to rewatch the entire gamut of X-Men films before seeing Days of Future Past, just set aside five minutes — we’ve got you covered.
Fox might be building its own little Marvel Comics film universe just like Marvel Studios, but if you ask Bryan Singer, that's where the comparison ends.
We’re just a little over a week away from the release of X-Men: Days of Future Past, so it’s worth asking — is the movie actually any good?
We’re still dying to get a look at X-Men: DOFP, but Bryan Singer is already gearing up for the sequel, Apocalypse. So, what big question is he trying to answer this time?