Tag Archives: Bryan Singer
Jennifer Lawrence may be a prestigious, celebrated actress with inestimable talent and potential and yada yada yada, but let's not forget the important fact that she is also one smoking hot babe.
You might even say this girl is on fire, but that'd be too easy a "Hunger Games" punny, then, wouldn't it? So it's a good thing we didn't say it.
J.Law, fresh off a trip to Cannes supporting "Catching Fire," is back to work on the set of "X-Men: Days of Future Past" this week, so director Bryan Singer decided to treat his Twitter fellowship to a glimpse at the scene of her all decked out in blue once more. Get More »
In what might be the least surprising news of the year so far, Slash Film is reporting that "Jack the Giant Slayer" is officially a bomb of legendary proportions, as Bryan Singer's ill-fated CGI fantasy will likely cost Warner Bros. over $100 million.
You know what they say: The bigger they are, the harder they mess their pants.
And $100 million may actually be a conservative estimate. Between Warner Bros., New Line Cinema and Legendary Pictures, each of which has a stake in the film, total losses could reach as high as $140 million. Get More »
Nightcrawler isn't the only mutant that can teleport, you know ... and he's most definitely not the best-looking.
Fan Bingbing is the latest student to enroll at Xavier's School For Gifted Youngsters as she's joined the ever-growing cast of "X-Men: Days of Future Past," according to Deadline.
Bryan Singer actually announced the casting news via his Twitter account, as has been his custom as he preps for his triumphant return to the "X-Men" franchise. Bingbing will be playing the role of Clarice Ferguson, aka Blink, a mysterious, unstable mutant with the ability to zap herself from one place to another without the use of any Seth Brundle-created contraption. The character was first introduced in "Uncanny X-Men" #317 (1994). Get More »
"Do you know what happens to a toad when it's struck by lightning? The same thing that happens to everything else." — Storm, "X-Men" (2000)
Isn't it interesting how much better comic book movie writing has become since those innocent, what-the-hell-are-we-doing early days? Get More »
These days, it's nearly impossible to keep a new movie completely under wraps. No matter how hard the studio works to prevent spoilers from coming out (and as Christopher Nolan shows with "The Dark Knight Rises," they try very, very hard) some paparazzi or inside man will end up leaking key details onto the internet. You just can't stop it.
Which may explain Byran Singer's new strategy for "X-Men: Days of Future Past" — simply spoil everything yourself.
Hey, if you can't beat 'em, join 'em. Get More »
We've got to hand it to "X-Men: Days of Future Past" director Bryan Singer, because the guy sure knows how to surround himself with serious talent. First he went and brought back original "X-Men" trilogy stars Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, Hugh Jackman and Ellen Page for his time travel epic. Then he signed up "X-Men: First Class" leads Jennifer Lawrence, Nicholas Hoult, James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender. And now?
Well, now he's just added Golden Globe and Emmy winning "Game of Thrones" star Peter Dinklage. Looks like this "Future" is going to be an awesome one. Get More »
The upcoming prequel/sequel/wtfever "X-Men: Days of Future Past" is definitely living up to its title, as according to Deadline, original "X-Men" trilogy stars Anna Paquin, Ellen Page and Shawn Ashmore will all be returning to the franchise.
Looks like we're one step closer to pretending that Brett Ratner never existed. Get More »
Director Bryan Singer is taking the title of his latest "X-Men" film, "Days of Future Past," very literally.
First he signed up both Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart to reprise their roles as Magneto and Professor X from the original "X-Men" trilogy. And now he's returning to the future past again, as, according to The Hollywood Reporter, Singer is currently in negotiations to bring Hugh Jackman back as Wolverine as well.
Sorry, "Looper," but the award for the best use of time travel in film just got claimed. Get More »
They just couldn't stay away: Like a magnet is drawn to a fridge, Sir Ian McKellen will return to his role as the villainous Magneto in the next "X-Men" film, "X-Men: Days of Future Past." Director Bryan Singer announced the return of McKellen, as well as Sir Patrick Stewart as Professor X, via Twitter today.
"Thrilled to announce @ianmckellen118 & @SirPatStew are joining the cast of #XMEN #DaysOfFuturePast #magneto #professorX More to come..." the director tweeted.
He also confirmed that Michael Fassbender, Nicholas Hoult, Jennifer Lawrence and James McAvoy, who all appeared in the most recent installment of the comic book saga, "X-Men: First Class," would all make appearances in the newest film. Get More »