A new international trailer for The Wolverine gives our most thorough look at Logan's latest onscreen adventure.
And if you thought this one would be scaled back from the ensemble X-Men movies or the overblown X-Men Origins: Wolverine, the trailer quickly disabuses you of that notion by kicking off with an atomic blast.
Having already slapped on some spandex as the title character in Kick-Ass and its upcoming sequel, it appears Aaron Taylor-Johnson could very well end up joining the biggest superhero franchise around in The Avengers 2.
That doesn't mean he's all signed up or even in negotiations, but Taylor-Johnson is reportedly Marvel's current top choice to play Quicksilver, a Merry Mutant who is getting more attention now than he has in years.
X-Men: Days of Future Past is going to involve mutants from two timelines getting into action-packed adventures. Which X-villain could possibly go up against two generations of X-Men?
The identity of the bad guy has been kept quiet, but if Bryan Singer's latest tweet isn't a bit of misdirection, it all but confirms as a sturdy rumor as to just who Peter Dinklage is playing in next summer's sequel.
The latest trailer for The Wolverine plays up that Logan is now an old, old man whose days as Wolverine are long, long past. But his burden of nigh-immortality has not yet caused him to abandon all belief.
Hopefully, though, he rediscovers his will to slice, dice, and be heroic before his sudden lack of a healing factor results in Hugh Jackman's signature character popping his clogs.
The rumors, it seems, are true. At this point, Marvel Studios plans to include Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver – mutants both – in The Avengers 2.
Says who? No less a source than writer-director Joss Whedon, who offered up a bit of insight on the pair of characters and their role in the sequel's story. Oh, and Whedon, for one, is a whole lot less concerned about the cinematic future of Tony Stark than many, many fans.
Listen, you don't want to fight Wolverine no matter what he's wearing, but a new picture from behind the scenes of The Wolverine shows Hugh Jackman in his most dangerous state.
Our latest peek behind the curtain of X-Men: Days of Future Past provides a look at two generations of X-Men side by side and in a familiar setting, no less.
Director Bryan Singer continues to tweet up a storm from the set of X-Men: Days of Future Past.
It's a truly rare occasion, as the latest photo from the prolific tweeter shows off a castmember from X-Men: First Class. James McAvoy is back in Professor X's wheelchair as Charles Xavier, and his overall look is thoroughly seventies.
Once upon a time, The Wolverine was envisioned as a standalone adventure in which Logan was the only mutant to make an appearance.
That was a while back, however, and we've already heard about one familiar mutant who will show up when The Wolverine hits theaters on July 26th. Not only that, but a new rumor asserts that audiences will be treated to a cameo from another familiar franchise veteran in this ostensibly solo adventure.
Having watched Marvel Studios adapt Marvel superheroes properly and make truckloads of money in the process for the last five years, 20th Century Fox is determined to have a Fantastic Four reboot in theaters on March 6, 2015.
With that far-off release date getting a little less far-off every day, it seems that talk of casting the titular quartet has kicked off, as Allison Williams and Michael B. Jordan are both associated with this new take on Marvel's first family.