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After Monday’s confirmation that Halle Berry will reprise her role as Storm, SPINOFF pieced together what we know so far about director Bryan Singer’s "X-Men: Days of Future Past."
Halle Berry and director Bryan Singer have confirmed the Oscar-winning star's return to the role of Storm in the upcoming "X-Men: Days of Future Past" film.
While director Bryan Singer demonstrates his deftness with 3D in "Jack the Giant Slayer," he fails to deliver anything beyond a one-dimensional adventure story, forcing an impressive cast into cookie-cutter roles.
"X-Men: First Class" actor James McAvoy reveals that he doesn’t think he and "X-Men" alum Patrick Stewart will share screen time in "X-Men: Days of Future Past" for a face-to-face Xavier meeting.
Director Bryan Singer admits there will be "a few things I can repair" in the Fox franchise with "X-Men: Days of Future Past," and swats down rumors that Peter Dinklage’s role will involved CGI.
A casting call for "X-Men: Days of Future Past" indicates much of the film will be set in 1973, more than a decade after the events of 2011's hit "X-Men: First Class."
Brett White places his bets on the plot of Bryan Singer's upcoming “X-Men: Days of Future Past” film, explaining how his mind has changed regarding continuity.
Director Bryan Singer discusses consulting with James Cameron, taking all the previous franchise films into account for Fox’s upcoming "X-Men: First Class" sequel "X-Men: Days of Future Past."
Director Bryan Singer has confirmed that Hugh Jackman will reprise the role of Wolverine for the upcoming" X-Men: Days of Future Past," joining the returning Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellan on the Fox sequel.
Following director Bryan Singer's announcement that Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellan have joined the cast of "X-Men: Days of Future Past" comes word that Hugh Jackman is in talks to appear as Wolverine in the film.
Director Bryan Singer confirmed today that Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen are set to return to their roles of Professor Xavier and Magneto, respectively, in the upcoming sequel "X-Men: Days of Future Past."
"Kick-Ass" & "The Ultimates" writer Mark Millar opens up on his new consultant gig for 20th Century Fox's Marvel movies, how "The Wolverine" starts a new path for the X-Men and preps more Millarworld movies.
Director Bryan Singer has been confirmed to return to Fox's X-Men movie franchise with "Days of Future Past" following Matthew Vaughan's departure from the "X-Men: First Class" sequel.
"X-Men: First Class" director Matthew Vaughan has decided not to direct the upcoming "Days of Future Past" sequel, and "X-Men" director Brian Singer is first on Fox's short list to replace him.
Producer Bryan Singer confirms rumors that the sequel to "X-Men: First Class" is based on Chris Claremont and John Byrne's classic "Days of Future Past" storyline. The follow-up is slated for a July 18, 2014 release.
From Grant Morrison's "Multiversity" to J. Scott Campbell's Spider-Man project, CBR runs down the 15 of the 30 most legendary announced-then-never-released comics ever, and the chances of their eventual publication.
The Hollywood mainstay will step into the role of a Marvel supervillain for the Matthew Vaughn-directed "X-Men" prequel but which one remains unknown as Jennifer Lawrence morphs into a young Mystique.
Reports are in that British actor Nicholas Hoult has been tapped to play a hairless Hank "The Beast" McCoy while Caleb Landry Jones will be Banshee in director Matthew Vaughn's upcoming X-Men prequel film.
The casting for "X-Men: First Class" heats up as the "She's Out Of My League" starlet signs on to play the diamond-skinned mutant in the franchise relaunched headed by Matthew Vaughn.
James McAvoy has been cast as Charles Xavier in Fox's "X-Men: First Class." The film is set to begin production thus summer with director Matthew Vaughn. McAvoy takes on the role popularized by actor Patrick Stewart.
The "Kick-Ass" director signs on the dotted line for the Bryan Singer-produced prequel that explores the early years of Magneto, Professor X and the X-Men to be released on June 3, 2011.
The announcement of Hollywood deals were coming fast and furious at the Radical Publishing panel on Friday, including news about comics-to-film projects with Bryan Singer, Peter Berg, and John Woo attached.