Bryan Singer is doubling down on directing X-Men movies.
Since the man who started off the series thirteen years ago announced that X-Men: Apocalypse will hit in May 2016, we sort of assumed that he'd be overseeing the follow-up to X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Turns out that is indeed the case, and some details of the Apocalypse story have come to light, too.
When The Avengers made more than a milliard at the box office, it was only a matter of time before cross-pollinating franchises started popping up all over.
20th Century Fox is ideally positioned to jump on the Marvel Studios-style bandwagon, since the studio owns the movie rights to a huge chunk of Marvel's stable, from the X-Men to the Fantastic Four and plenty in between.
The studio, it turns out, has tasked a producer and screenwriter with an X-Men history to build a shared cinematic universe for all those exploitable intellectual properties.
Prepare thyself for an X-Men movie the very title of which thunders with epic promise.
The director who kicked off the Merry Mutants' theatrical franchise announced today that X-Men: Apocalypse will arrive on May 27, 2016.
Stupendous. But what is X-Men: Apocalypse?
He's the best at what he does, and while what he does isn't exactly nice, it sure does look sharp on Blu-ray.
Marvel's least-merry mutant snikts his way through his latest adventure in high-definition this week, as The Wolverine arrives on 3D Blu-ray and Blu-ray in two forms: the theatrical edition and the Unleashed Extended Edition featuring an unrated cut.
Like its indomitable hero, the Die Hard series has been beaten, bludgeoned, shot, and knocked around way past any reasonable point.
Yet, just like John McClane, the Die Hard franchise trucks on, whether we want it to or not.
Even after the forehead-slapper that was this year's A Good Day to Die Hard, another installment is virtually guaranteed at some point. Screenwriter Ben Trebilcook has revealed some of the big ideas and story details involved in his proposed Die Hard 6, aka Die Hardest.
20th Century Fox is moving around some of its big films for 2014 and 2015, sliding the Fantastic Four reboot, videogame adaptation Assassin's Creed, comic book movie Secret Service, comedy Susan Cooper, and an as-yet untitled Vince Vaughn movie into new release dates.
Between two timelines, sentinels, and many a mutant new and old, there's a lot going on in X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Several new info-nuggets provide some spoilery insight on just how it all fits together in the mother of all X-Men movies, while an official image gives a better look at Michael Fassbender wearing the mother of all Magneto costumes.
Like the unkillable, adamantium-reinforced hellraiser that he is, Wolverine is clawing his way back to screens for a third solo adventure.
A follow-up to this summer's The Wolverine will bring back Hugh Jackman for his eighth turn as the most popular of Marvel's merry mutants, with director James Mangold returning for round two.
At the end of X-Men: First Class, Erk Lensherr embraced his inner villain, unafraid to call himself Magneto and sport a colorful costume.
Everything we've seen from next year's X-Men: Days of Future Past finds Michael Fassbender once again looking more restrained, however, wearing civilian clothes and eschewing supervillain sartorial pomp.
A pair of new scans from the upcoming prequel-sequel, though, include a look at Fassypants going whole hog as Magneto, taking to the skies with his signature helmet, cape, and purple flourishes. Also showcased is Nicholas Hoult in blue-boy Beast mode as he gives Magneto a thorough thrashing in a fountain.
The teaser trailer for one of next summer's most anticipated event movies has BAMFED online.
Our first real sense of X-Men: Days of Future Past is here, loaded with portent and pomp in both the future and the past.