Are your favorite X-Men actors your favorites because of those movies or despite them?
by Davey Nieves San Diego Comic Con International 2016 is now officially on! Thousands will pass through the hallowed convention floor clamouring for poster tubes, pins, pictures of cosplayers, and maybe even comics. The Beat was privileged enough to get an invite to check out 20th Century Fox’s “Tomb of Apocalypse” survival room booth on […]
The verdict is in from audiences and X-Men: Apocalypse has found itself garnering an estimated $65 million over its opening weekend, with its total racking up to $76-80 million for the 4-day holiday. Two years ago, X-Men: Days of Future Past opened in the same slot and grossed $110.5 million. While 80 is nothing to […]
In the sixteen years since the release of X-Men, visual styling in superhero films has evolved in a dramatic way, but the X-Men franchise still looks strikingly similar now to the way it did in 2000.
It’s possible we may owe Brett Ratner a big apology. I recognize that quality in these superhero outings are often a game of inches. Sometimes we forgive the somewhat ramshackle plotting of one because of its focus on warmer characterization, or we zero-in on the visceral nature of another because of how much more explicitly […]
It feels like we’ve been talking about 2016’s superhero movies for years and years and years now (I know I have, anyway). But once we clear Captain America: Civil War, and it will inevitably dominate conversation for a while, Bryan Singer’s latest X-Men film is still out there to grasp whatever attention it can at […]
The latest X-Men trailer is here
We’ve gotten trailers or spots of some kind from each of the superhero movies that are rolling out over the next few months. Here is the new ad for X-Men: Apocalypse, giving us some quick looks at a few of the younger members of the team that are being re-introduced: Kyle PinionEntertainment Editor for The […]
Your first look at Bryan Singer’s latest go-round with the Children of the Atom.
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 […]