If you have already seen X-Men: Apocalypse, who stole the movie for you? Everyone has their own ideas of who stood out more, and who was more popular. With a movie like this, with so many characters, which one in your mind made the cut as the best character that made the movie for you? Continue reading
In the months leading up to the release of this weekend’s X-Men: Apocalypse, many were wondering whether or not Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine would appear in the movie. This iconic character has appeared in every X-Men movie to date, and while he was never confirmed as part of the cast, Hugh Jackman and director Bryan Singer’s cryptic conversation at Comic Con lead most fans to believe that Wolverine would be a part of X-Men: Apocalypse. Now that X-Men: Apocalypse is playing nationwide, new details have surfaced, revealing that Wolverine almost had a much bigger role in this story. Continue reading
Here is the final trailer for X-Men: Apocalypse that will be released on May 27th theaters. The only problem I have with the trailers so far is that it looks like Mystique is running the movie, and it’s driven by her. This might be the only thing I don’t like of the direction of the film. But I could be wrong. We shall see. Oh by the way, the best kept secret has just been released… Continue reading
Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine has appeared in every single X-Men movie since the franchise started. We’ve been hearing that he won’t be appearing in X-Men: Apocalypse, though, but that could just be something everyone is saying to surprise fans.
During an interview with Empire, director Bryan Singer was asked about Wolverine, and if he had a part to play in the story. This is what he said: Continue reading
Many moviegoers ridiculed the look of Evan Peter’s Quicksilver heading into last year’s X-Men: Days of Future Past, but the speedster mutant ended up having the last laugh. One of the most memorable moments in Bryan Singer’s film was a jaw-dropping slow-motion sequence showcasing Quicksilver’s powers, as he foiled Pentagon guards’ attempt to capture Wolverine, Charles Xavier, and Magneto.
Quicksilver was a scene stealer, but his time on-screen was very brief. Needless to say, fans are eagerly awaiting his return in next summer’s X-Men: Apocalypse, where Quicksilver will be on a personal mission to find his father and gets “sucked up into this whole Apocalypse madness.” Those hoping he gets another action scene won’t be disappointed, since an even larger one is in the cards.
A couple of images from Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Apocalypse have hit the internet. It looks like they come from a post-production editing bay being used to work on the movie, but they didn’t come from Singer. The were posted by an X-Men news Twitter feed.
One of the images offers us a much better look at Oscar Isaac as Apocalypse. He actually looks a lot more like the villain in this image, so that’s encouraging. Maybe those original photos we saw of the character weren’t the completed version of what we will see in the movie. Continue reading