Your first look at the film versions of Psylocke and Apocalypse in Entertainment Weekly

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As per usual, Entertainment Weekly has the first concrete details and images for another upcoming superhero blockbuster, this time the newest Bryan Singer-directed X-Men adventure: X-Men: Apocalypse. In the above cover, you can see how screen-accurate to 90’s era comics Singer and team are aiming for in regard to Olivia Munn‘s Psylocke, and Oscar Isaac […]

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X-Men: Apocalypse adds another 90’s favorite as Olivia Munn is cast as Psylocke

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Bryan Singer keeps on popping out new mutants for his latest X-Men opus

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Entertainment Round-Up: Your first look at The Thing in Fantastic Four, Jubilee is cast in X-Men: Apocalypse, Idris Elba for Star Trek 3?

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While Jesse Eisenberg’s shaved head is grabbing most of the attention today, here’s a few other headlines of note in the Entertainment world

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Ben Hardy to join X-Men: Apocalypse in undisclosed role

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Another young mutant joins the fold

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Kodi Smit-McPhee cast as Nightcrawler in X-Men: Apocalypse

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Bryan Singer has found another young mutant

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Entertainment Round-Up: Deadpool Casting Call, Johnson interviews Nolan, Downey Talks Civil War

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Your Post-Presidents Day Collection of Headlines

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Cyclops, Jean Grey, and Storm cast in X-Men: Apocalypse

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We reported on this topic just a few weeks back, but now according to Variety, Bryan Singer has settled on his three younger versions of Cyclops, Jean Grey and Storm for the 1980’s set X-Men: Apocalypse. Playing Cyclops will be Tye Sheridan, who blew my socks off in Mud and the recent David Gordon Green […]

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X-Men: Days of Future Past full trailer debuts—and it could change the way movies are made

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The full trailer for X-Men DAYS OF FUTURE PAST which opens May 24th, 2014 is finally out! Directed by Bryan Singer, it features a story roughly based on the comics classic which sees Wolverine going back to the past to prevent a dystopian present, and thus we’ll see both the Mckellen/Stewart and Fassbender/McAvoy (swoon) versions of Magneto and Professor X….as well as just about EVERY OTHER ACTOR WHO EVER PLAYED AN X-MAN IN THE MOVIES, except the Toad and Deadpool.

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