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Re: X-MEN Movie News

Postby TheButcher on Wed Jun 24, 2015 2:20 pm

RUMOR: Chris Terrio To Write And Ben Affleck To Direct THE BATMAN For 2018 Release
A new report has surfaced which reveals more about Warner Bros.' plans for the Caped Crusader to star in his own movie, and they're very exciting indeed. Meanwhile, we also have details on the big idea Fox has for the Fantastic Four and X-Men franchises in 2018 as well...
Josh Wilding wrote:Oh, and that mysterious Marvel movie has dated for 2018? If all goes to plan with Fantastic Four in August, that's being reserved for a crossover with the X-Men. This is all strictly a rumour for now, but it gives us plenty to think about! What do you guys think about this news? As always, sound off below...
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Re: X-MEN Movie News

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Re: X-MEN Movie News

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That X-MEN/FANTASTIC FOUR Crossover Might Actually Happen
It's only a matter of time, folks.
Scott Wampler wrote:According to Yahoo! Movies, X-Men: Apocalypse director Bryan Singer has been making moves towards uniting Fox's X-Men and Fantastic Four franchises. During an interview meant to promote the home video release of X-Men: Days Of Future Past - Rogue Cut, Singer said:
“Those ideas are in play,” he says. “That would be a natural match-up because they’re both ensemble films and there is a natural mechanism by which to do it.”

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Re: X-MEN Movie News

Postby TheButcher on Wed Sep 16, 2015 6:56 pm

Channing Tatum's 'Gambit' Movie Loses Director
Script issues have caused the film's budget to be larger than expected, a source told THR.
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Re: X-Men Origins: Gambit

Postby TheButcher on Thu Oct 01, 2015 3:50 am

High Anxiety on Hollywood Mega-Movies: How 'Gambit' Lost Its Director
Rupert Wyatt, his star rising after a successful 'Planet of the Apes' reboot, has fallen out of films at almost every studio (an 'Apes' sequel at Fox, 'The Equalizer' at Sony) as the pressure of working in today's Hollywood takes its toll: "Studios don't necessarily want an auteur who's going to try and reinvent the franchise."
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Re: X-MEN Movie News

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‘New Mutants’: Josh Boone Reveals He’s Turned in His Second Draft


EXCLUSIVE: The Next X-Men Film Post ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’
UMBERTO GONZALEZ wrote:On this week’s Heroic Scoop Drop, I got word from my sources on what the next X-Men film will be post X-Men: Apocalypse – a redo of the Dark Phoenix saga. Due to the events of X-Men: Days of Future Past, the timeline of the movies have been rebooted, meaning that the original X-Men trilogy is no longer set in stone and therefore the filmmakers could retell stories in a different way than it originally went down.
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Postby TheButcher on Sat May 28, 2016 2:20 am

Jennifer Lawrence on more X-Men films? 'Fox should be terrified'
The Oscar-winning actress' deal expires with 'Apocalypse' but will she play Mystique again?
TIM STACK wrote:The fate of a lot of mutants is up in the air in X-Men: Apocalypse, the subject of this week’s EW cover story, and – spoiler alert – not everyone survives the sixth installment in the franchise.

But the future that everyone seems to wonder most about is of Jennifer Lawrence’s Mystique. The actress’ three-picture deal expires with X-Men: Apocalypse (along with James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, and Nicholas Hoult), and Lawrence is the one who vacillates the most between officially agreeing to do another film.

“Fassbender and McAvoy and I were all talking,” she says, “Like, ‘Will you come back?’ ‘I dunno.’ ‘I’ll come back, if you come back.’ Fox should be terrified because the deal we made was like if one of us doesn’t come back, none of us are.”

The actress is quite honest about how much she dislikes the blue body paint required for Mystique (“You go in and you realize you’re rock bottom and like this sucks and it could not suck more”) and in the years since 2011’s X-Men: First Class, she’s grown into arguably the most in-demand young actress in Hollywood.

“I would love to come back,” says Lawrence. “I love the fans and I love the character. But then you realize how important your year is, like how important three months out of your year is. I don’t know. I shouldn’t be that honest.”

This one might take a studio executive with superpowers to figure out.
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Re: X-Munn Movie News

Postby TheButcher on Sat May 28, 2016 3:49 am

Entertainment Weekly May 27 2016:
Olivia Munn wants Psylocke to team up with Deadpool for an X-Force movie
Olivia Munn made her debut as Psylocke in X-Men: Apocalypse, but she hopes this won't be the last of her character in the movie-verse.

io9 05/04/2016:
Olivia Munn Chose Kicking Ass as Psylocke Over Being the 'Girlfriend' in Deadpool
Katharine Trendacosta wrote:In an interview with American Way Magazine (which is, I swear to god, the magazine for American Airlines), Munn goes through her entire acting career, including her brush with Deadpool. The writer doesn’t include Munn’s actual words, but we get the gist of things:

Munn was also offered a role in a very different X-Men spin-off — that of Ryan Reynolds’ girlfriend in Deadpool, which had the biggest February opening ever for an R-rated movie. Its box-office haul is inconsequential. Munn says she didn’t want to be the girlfriend. Not again. She wanted to fight. To make noise. To kick butt.
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Re: X-MEN Movie News

Postby TheButcher on Sat May 28, 2016 11:48 pm

Why the 'X-Men' Franchise Needs to Evolve or Die (Analysis)
After 16 years, should the mutant superhero series start over after 'X-Men: Apocalypse'?
Graeme McMillan wrote:Nine movies and 16 years into its run, Fox's X-Men movie franchise has built up an impressively complicated history that includes two versions each of multiple recurring characters, a time-travel do-over that may or may not have rewritten parts of what happened in earlier movies, and a timeline that means that its leading characters are somewhere in the region of 70 years old or so. With X-Men: Apocalypse leaving many critics cold, is it time to reboot the entire universe?

At this point in their existence, the X-Men movies have become a confusing mess for anyone trying to step into the series cold: the first three movies took place in the present day, then everything else takes place in the past, except for The Wolverine and Deadpool, the former of which ends with a cliffhanger that kind of leads into X-Men: Days of Future Past, except not really, and the latter seems to maybe exist in an entirely different reality. And how does the Cyclops in X-Men Origins: Wolverine connect to the one in X-Men: Apocalypse or the original trilogy? Perhaps it's better to not think about things too much for fear of causing a headache.

There is some level of cohesion in individual trilogies — X-Men, X2: X-Men United and X-Men: The Last Stand work together, as do X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Days of Future Past and X-Men: Apocalypse — but when viewed as a whole, things get significantly more complicated and contradictory: Have the 30-something heroes in the original X-Men movie really been around since the 1980s, when they were teenagers? More to that matter, have the 30-something heroes in Apocalypse really been around since the 1960s, when they also seemed to be around 30 or so? How does the Angel in X-Men: The Last Stand co-exist with the one in X-Men: Apocalypse? What about the two Nightcrawlers?

Beyond simple continuity concerns, there are two other big reasons to consider a reboot. Firstly, the aesthetic of the movies remains curiously set from the original movie from 16 years ago — either "civilian" clothes, or costumes with colors that are muted at best, both of which feel particularly out of step with the contemporary cinematic trends as dominated by the Marvel Studios movies. A reboot offers the fastest and most straightforward way to significantly overhaul the visual aesthetic of the series and bring it closer to what audiences are used to seeing, both in terms of other superhero movies and also, notably, the X-Men comics themselves.

Secondly, a reboot would allow the series to re-center and re-focus itself, allowing it to break its bad habits and plan for the future. Let's be honest, if there's one problem that the X-Men movies have, it's that they're going to be about one of three people: Wolverine, Charles Xavier or Magneto. Sure, there'll be an external threat and some other characters as window dressing, but with only one exception to date (Deadpool, which technically isn't even an X-Men movie considering he even denies he's an X-Man in it), the movies will have at least one of those characters dominating events, and likely at least a cameo from another.

In itself, this would be fine — repetitive, sure, but it's not like Marvel doesn't have a similar Iron Man problem — but the thing is, the strength of the X-Men comic book franchise is that it's filled with fascinating and unique characters who, importantly, each get their own time in the spotlight. (Also important, and nowhere near reflected enough in the movies, is the percentage of fan-favorite women in the franchise; there's more than just Mystique, Jean Grey and Storm, producers.) A movie franchise that reflected the variety of characters on show in the comics would be a stronger franchise, undoubtedly.

That's also true in terms of narratives. It's true that the X-Men movies play around with genre somewhat — Days of Future Past is more of a sci-fi tale than, say, The Last Stand — but once upon a time, the comic books are famous for their genuinely bold diversity: traditional superheroics would be interrupted by fairy tales, trips into space to fight aliens, magical alternate realities that put everyone in Dungeons and Dragons costumes, and so on. That kind of thing is, of course, easier to do in a monthly ongoing series than a movie franchise that updates every couple of years, and yet… there's no suggestion that the current incarnation of the X-Men movie franchise would even be interested in going in that direction. A reboot would offer the chance to mix things up.

The trouble is, there's no impetus for Fox to reboot the series right now. Apocalypse looks set to be a success, if not a Captain America: Civil War-scale monolith, and spin-offs like Deadpool, The Wolverine and the in-progress New Mutants are suggesting that the property is doing just fine, thank you very much.

Arguably, the studio has missed its chance to reboot, as well; 2014's Days of Future Past re-set the series' timeline, which was the best opportunity to have its cake and eat it; as in 2009's Star Trek, that could have created a wholly blank slate for future releases. Instead, the climax re-affirmed the cast of the original movie once again.

The future of the X-Men movies, then, more than likely looks a lot like its past — only undoubtedly more confusing, as contradictions pile up and the series strains to find new ways to center stories around the same characters over and over again. The fact that a movie series based on mutants who are the next step in evolution seems so reluctant to evolve itself is, at least, as ironic as it can be frustrating.
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Re: X-MEN Movie News

Postby TheButcher on Tue May 31, 2016 9:54 am

X-Men: Apocalypse Director Bryan Singer Wants Break From Franchise
Singer told The Los Angeles Times:

“I recently met Danny Boyle — he and I have known of each other for many years but never met. He was prepping “Steve Jobs” at the time and I was doing this and he said, “Are you going to be doing ‘X-Men’ movies forever?” And I didn’t actually say no.

“The reality is, even though I’m very desperate to jump to something completely different, I’ve spent so many years in this universe and I love this cast and the characters so much, I just don’t see myself abandoning them forever. Perhaps as a consultant, as a producer, even as a director, I could see myself returning in the future. Just right now, once this one is done, I’d like to do something really different.”
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Re: X-MEN Movie News

Postby TheBaxter on Tue May 31, 2016 11:08 am

i always assumed the 2nd X-Men trilogy was a reboot of sorts, not connected to the first trilogy. except for hugh jackman, his wolverine is sorta like the franchise's Billy Pilgrim, unstuck in time/space/universes/whatever. or maybe he's like Roland Deschain, immortal, and condemned to repeat the same crappy film trilogy over and over again.
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Re: X-MEN Movie News

Postby Al Shut on Tue May 31, 2016 2:32 pm

Singer's thrillers are better anyway.


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Don't forget old Professor X and Magneto
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Re: X-MEN Movie News

Postby TheBaxter on Tue May 31, 2016 3:56 pm

Al Shut wrote:Singer's thrillers are better anyway.


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Don't forget old Professor X and Magneto


i've forgotten more things about these recent x-men movies than most people will ever know!
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Re: The Dark Phoenix Saga Again

Postby TheButcher on Thu Jun 02, 2016 9:49 pm

I Am Terrified We Are Getting The Dark Phoenix Saga Again In The X-MEN Movies
Jean Grey: destined to keep dying.
This contains spoilers for X-Men: Apocalypse.
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Re: X-MEN Movie News

Postby TheButcher on Thu Jun 02, 2016 10:38 pm

Bryan Singer Suggests Mystique as a Potential 'X-Men' Spinoff Movie
A solo movie featuring the shape-changing anti-hero could happen "whether it’s Jennifer [Lawrence] or not," according to the 'X-Men: Apocalypse' director.

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X-Men Director Bryan Singer on the Once & Future Franchise
X-Men director Bryan Singer explains how Star Trek and T.H. White have helped guide the Marvel franchise

5 First-Class Directors Who Could Replace Bryan Singer For 'X-Men 7'
This week Singer announced his intention to step away from the X-Men movies for a while
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Re: X-MEN Movie News

Postby TheButcher on Fri Jul 08, 2016 6:21 pm

‘Gambit’ and ‘Deadpool 2′ Filming Dates Revealed; Kinberg! Teases ‘Apocalypse’ Sequel
The 'X-Men' universe is very much alive.
“The first thing up, we’re shooting the Wolverine movie right now and we start shooting Deadpool 2 at the beginning of next year, then I sit down and start writing the next of the mainline X-Men movies.”
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Re: X-MEN ORIGINS 3: GRUMPY OLD MUTANTS

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HUGH JACKMAN REVEALS OFFICIAL ‘X-MEN ORIGINS 3’ TITLE
In this flick, people will get hurt or killed when s— falls on them. They will get just as hurt or killed when s— falls on them. They will get just as hurt or just as killed if they get hit with something big and heavy like, say, a car. Should anyone in our story have the misfortune to fall off a roof or out a window, they won’t bounce. They will die.

I've fallen and I can't get up!

More LOGAN Details Emerge, And They’re Not Pretty
Bummer City. Population: LOGAN (and Professor X).
Wolverine is sick and old and not healing much anymore. He drives a limo. He also (with the help of an albino mutant named Caliban - played by Stephen Merchant) has to take care of Professor X, who is now old and unstable and seemingly senile.
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Re: X-Men Movie Universe Reboot

Postby TheButcher on Thu Nov 10, 2016 4:06 am

Fox's X-Men Issues: Jennifer Lawrence Unsigned, 'Deadpool' Defections, 'Gambit' on Hold
A reboot of the diminishing mutant movie series is in the works as Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine heads for retirement and a studio's $4 billion franchise sits in flux.
Borys Kit wrote:With the summer release of X-Men: Apocalypse behind it and a Deadpool sequel hitting a speed bump, 20th Century Fox is finding its superhero franchise at another type of X: a crossroads.

Fox has had movie rights to Marvel's X-Men characters since the 1990s, well before Marvel became its own studio and Fox ostensibly launched the modern comic book movie with 2000's X-Men. But now, after some highs, lows and one reset (2011's X-Men: First Class), there are signs of wear and tear on a franchise that has grossed more than $4 billion.

Apocalypse, directed by Bryan Singer, earned $544 million worldwide, a sharp drop from the $748 million made by previous entry X-Men: Days of Future Past. What's more, stars Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy and Nicholas Hoult have come to the end of their three-picture contracts. If new studio chairman Stacey Snider wants them to return, they won't come cheap.

"You're gauged by the success of the franchise," says box-office analyst Paul Degarabedian. "This one didn't engender the love of previous movies. It's time to go back to the drawing board."

There are other signs of paint chipping as well. Fox's solidly performing Wolverine spinoff series winds down with Logan (March 3), which is meant to be the last of the Hugh Jackman-fronted movies. (The movie just released a trailer which insiders say was the most watched spot in the history of the X-Men franchise.) In addition, Gambit, a solo spinoff movie to star Channing Tatum, failed to start production this year as planned and in August lost its director, Doug Liman.

And in perhaps the most unexpected development, Deadpool director Tim Miller pulled out of the sequel Oct. 22 after feuding with star Ryan Reynolds. (His composer Tom Holkenborg soon followed.) Deadpool was a surprise massive hit ($782.6 million) in February, so the studio has moved quickly to fill the sequel's director chair, with John Wick's David Leitch now in negotiations. And in a sign of how much faith it has in the Reynolds-starring franchise, Fox already is planning Deadpool 3, readying a filmmaker search for a storyline that will involve another X-team, X-Force, say sources.

Elsewhere, the reset button has been pressed. Sources say the flagship series will be reconfigured, with Simon Kinberg, overseer of the franchise as producer and writer, working on a new script. Singer, who directed four X-Men movies, will not be returning, according to insiders, but the script is being written with Lawrence, Fassbender and McAvoy optimistically in mind.

And after being on hold as Tatum shot Steven Soderbergh’s Logan Lucky, Gambit should move back into active development with a new filmmaker.

One of Fox's best hopes may be The New Mutants, a spinoff featuring superpowered teens with some overlap with the flagship X-Men. According to sources, director Josh Boone (The Fault in Our Stars) could even begin rolling cameras by spring.
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Re: X-MEN Movie News

Postby TheButcher on Thu Nov 24, 2016 6:44 am

THR:
Fox Dates 2 Mystery Marvel Movies and a James Cameron Project
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THR APRIL 18, 2014:
'Spider-Man' Producers Nix Multiple-Studio Crossover Suggestions
Spider-Man teaming with Marvel's "Avengers" would be a stunt that isn't necessary until "we've run out of ideas," say Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach.

Variety November 22, 2016:
Marvel’s Kevin Feige on ‘Spider-Man’s’ Future and Why Brie Larson Was Perfect for ‘Captain Marvel’
Brent Lang wrote:Fox controls the film rights to “The X-Men” and “The Fantastic Four.” Could you partner with them on a movie as you did with Sony?
It’s an impossibility at this juncture. We certainly have enough films to keep us busy for a number of lifetimes.
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Re: ‘Deadpool 2’ & ‘X-Force’ Movie News

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‘Deadpool 2’ Writers on Laying the Foundation for ‘X-Force’
MATT GOLDBERG wrote:However, as we’ve seen with in other superhero movies, setting up crossovers can be tricky. It’s usually distracting and difficult to fit into the narrative. Yesterday, Steve Weintraub spoke with Deadpool 2 writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick about the challenges of setting up X-Force, and they replied that while Deadpool 2 will set up that film, they’re not losing sight of the Merc with the Mouth:
RHETT REESE: There is a responsibility we have to the X-Force universe, and I do think we will not disappoint the fans going into Deadpool 2 and then setting up X-Force and beyond

PAUL WERNICK:
We never want to let the tail wag the dog. We want to tell the best Deadpool story we can. But I do think we have a responsibility to think about a larger universe in the way that Marvel does and start to put pieces in place. Some of these movies feel overstuffed and almost choking with the need to set up eighteen different things that pay off down the road, and we want to avoid that responsibility to the extent that it hurts us. We want to hint at things, we want to plan some characters, and we want to make some nods, but we’re very, very cognizant about making sure that Deadpool is above all a Deadpool movie.

REESE:
Its purpose is not to set up X-Force. It will likely set up X-Force, but the drive of the movie won’t be our eyes on Movie 3.


‘Deadpool 2’ Writers Explain How They’ll Handle Cable’s Convoluted Origin
Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese talk about staying true to the comics without getting bogged down in complex mythology.

‘X-Men: The New Mutants’: Will James McAvoy Reprise His Role as Professor X?
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Re: X-MEN Movie News

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Re: X-MEN Movie News

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COLLIDER:

Exclusive: Joe Carnahan Is Writing the ‘X-Force’ Screenplay
'The Grey' and 'Smokin' Aces' writer/director puts another major project on his plate.

Exclusive: Drew Goddard Is Working on the ‘Deadpool 2’ Script
The “Merc with a mouth” is getting a rewrite from the 'Cabin in the Woods' and 'The Martian' scribe.


Kristen Stewart Eyeing a Return to Action Movies with ‘Underwater’
The film is being billed as an “Underwater ‘Armageddon’”.
Is it NAMOR?
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Re: FOX’S NEW MUTANTS

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FOX’S NEW MUTANTS WILL SHARE COMMON DNA WITH STRANGER THINGS
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Re: New Mutants

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ScreenRant 04/16/2017:
New Mutants Reportedly Filming This Summer
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Re: 20th Century Fox Movie News

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Fox Delays ‘Red Sparrow’ and ‘Maze Runner 3’, Sets Spielberg’s Next Film for This December
Plus, Bryan Singer's Freddie Mercury biopic and Steve McQueen's next film get release dates.
‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix’ Gets November 2018 Release Date
Fox now has three 'X-Men' movies set for release next year.
‘Deadpool 2’ Lands Prime Summer 2018 Release Date
20th Century Fox sets aside peak summer real estate for the superhero sequel and slides 'New Mutants' into the spring.
‘The Predator’ Release Date Pushed to Summer 2018
Shane Black's sequel is getting the 'Guardians of the Galaxy'/'Suicide Squad' treatment.
'Avatar' Sequels Get Official Release Dates, Beginning in December 2020
The news was announced on the movie's official Facebook, along with a picture of director James Cameron and crew.
'Avatar 2' to Begin Shooting This Fall, Says Sigourney Weaver
X-Men Producer Teases Mystique’s Return for Dark Phoenix
X-Men: Dark Phoenix producer Hutch Parker strongly hints that both Jennifer Lawrence and Michael Fassbender are back for the next movie.
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