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20th Century Fox has won the battle with Universal Pictures for worldwide distribution rights to Matthew Vaughn's film adaptation of "The Secret Service" by Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons.
Fox creative consultant Mark Millar has revealed "X-Men: First Class" and "Kick-Ass" director Matthew Vaughn will serve as producer for Josh Trank's upcoming "Fantastic Four" reboot.
Actor Jason Flemyng, who's worked with Matthew Vaughn on nine films, has seemingly confirmed the director's involvement with "Star Wars: Episode VII."
As the second film for his and John Romita, Jr.'s real life superhero universe rolls along, Mark Millar digs into Hit-Girl's mind in one last issue of her over-the-top solo adventures, dishing details on both comics and 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.
Matthew Vaughn's untitled sequel to "X-Men: First Class" may adapt the classic "Days of Future Past" X-Men story arc according to a recently registered title with the MPAA from 20th Century Fox.
Universal Pictures is in talks to make and distribute "Kick-Ass 2," the sequel to Matthew Vaughn's adaptation of Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.'s comic series.
As they launch their brand-new creator-owned spy series "The Secret Service," Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons explore the issues of society, espionage and "Star Wars" fandom that impacted the book's creation.
Dave Gibbons opens up on his new project with Mark Millar, explaining why "The Secret Service" is an espionage tale better for being British, what exactly Mark Hamill is doing in it and how a movie doesn't impact him at all.
While the project is still in its infancy, screenwriter Simon Kinberg says the follow-up to last year's Matthew Vaughn directed "X-Men: First Class" will focus on Michael Fassbender's Magneto.
Director Matthew Vaughn has been confirmed as returning to helm the the sequel to his critically acclaimed box office hit "X-Men: First Class."
From the original, slightly embarrassing letter a young Mark Millar sent to Dave Gibbons after "Watchmen" to Gibbons' new sketchbook work, the creators give CBR the exclusive early details of their new series "The Secret Service."
Mark Millar's "Superior" is set to hit the big screen under the oversight of Matthew Vaughn even as the hero joins forces with the National MS Society to raise awareness about multiple sclerosis.
"X-Men: First Class" grossed about $3.4 million in midnight showings at the domestic box office, setting the film on a course for an opening weekend that could exceed $60 million. SPINOFF has details.
CBR's Adam Rosenberg calls Matthew Vaughn's "X-Men: First Class" an example of "what happens to a superhero movie when you strip away the blockbuster budget and allow the filmmaker to simply tell a story."
Fox has released more clips from the Matthew Vaughn-directed "X-Men: First Class" that cast a spotlight on Sebastian Shaw, Emma Frost, Magneto, Azazel and more. SPINOFF has the videos.
In an exclusive interview, "X-Men: First Class" director Matthew Vaughn discusses his "James Bond meets X-Men" take on the franchise, his plans for a potential sequel and more.
Fox has released another sneak peek of the Matthew Vaughn-directed "X-Men: First Class" that reveals new footage, including glimpses Darwin, Angel and Emma Frost in action. SPINOFF has a look at the spot.
Twentieth Century Fox has released an avalanche of photos -- among them, a few potential spoilers -- from "X-Men: First Class," director Matthew Vaughn's franchise prequel. SPINOFF has details.
The latest trailer for Matthew Vaughn's reinvention of the "X-Men" film franchise focuses on the early alliance of Professor X and Magneto as well as hinting at the relationship between Mystique and Beast.
SPINOFF has the latest image from "X-Men: First Class" showing January Jones’ Emma Frost and Kevin Bacon’s Sebastian Shaw in a 1960s-style mirrored "secret lair." The film, directed by Matthew Vaughn, opens on June 3.
The history of the Cuban Missile Crisis gets a mutant-themed tweak in the first official trailer for Matthew Vaughn's prequel film to 20th Century Fox's popular Marvel Comics adaptation franchise as Xavier and Magneto square off.
The leaked promo image from X-Men: First Class may have been disavowed by director Matthew Vaughn, but it could also say more about the struggle behind the scenes than was initially thought.
Director Matthew Vaughn had some choice words about the leak of an unapproved "X-Men: First Class" cast photo, and responded with some new official images. SPINOFF ONLINE has the story.
From James McAvoy's Charles Exavier to January Jones' Emma Frost, the mutants of director Matthew Vaughn's flashback adaptation of Marvel's Merry Mutants lineup and strike a pose as the first X-Men.
Playing the part of Emma "The White Queen" Frost, the leading lady of "Mad Men" is just one of several surprise final cast members set in place for Fox's "X-Men: First Class"
Famed character actor Oliver Platt has signed on for a role as the mysterious "Man In Black" in Matthew Vaughn's X-Men prequel film along with actors set to be Moira MacTaggart and Azazel – the demon father of Nightcrawler.
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.
Actor Michael Fassbender is in early negotiations to play Magneto in "X-Men: First class." The actor is no stranger to comic adaptations having appeared in "Jonah Hex" and "300." Shooting begins in August.
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.
"Kick-Ass" is that rare film that actually improves upon its source material through strong performances, great direction and a colorful confidence about itself; it is a film that actually lives up to its name.
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With the first volume of "Kick-Ass" coming to a close this week, CBR News presents a conversation with Matthew Vaughn, the director who adapted Mark Millar and John Romita, Jr.'s superhero comic book for the big screen.
The adaptation of Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.'s violent superhero satire finds its premier date as part of the iconic Austin, Texas media festival South By Southwest