X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST (ROUND UP)




X-MEN and FANTASTIC FOUR WILL NOT CROSSOVER
If you guys have any information as to what’s going on over at Fox Studios and the Marvel properties they have in their hands, please tell us. Recently there have been a lot of rumors circulating that Marvel’s first family of heroes would crossover into the X-Men franchise on screen; unfortunately, this is not true. Mark Millar just recently tweeted this important bit of information.

This may look like the nail in the coffin about these rumors, but I think a see a sliver of hope in his tweet. Mark Millar did say:

They exist in the same universe but movies stand alone.
Just that one line could be the only good piece of information to come out of this. Fox is rebooting the Fantastic Four and we all know they are going to re-introduce them for this generation of movie goers. Yes, that movie will be a standalone, but I’m willing to guess that this franchise will eventually crossover.
With everyone following the coattails of Marvel Studios, Fox would be smart to deploy the same type of strategy if they want their version of heroes to remain fresh. If not, GIVE THE RIGHTS BACK TO MARVEL.

70s Fashion Abounds In Still For X-Men: Days of Future Past
From the looks of his Twitter account over the past few weeks and months, Bryan Singer isn’t the best person to trust with a secret. He’s been posting loads of on-set photos of X-Men: Days of Future Past showing all of your favourite mutants in costume and make-up.

But now the first official image for the movie has finally been released, and it’s an interesting one to say the least. Charles Xavier, Wolverine and a young Hank McCoy (also known as the Beast) are rocking some great 70s clothes – and some equally interesting facial hair in X’s case – and are standing in what looks to be the modern version of the Xavier Institute; does this mean the whole time travel thing is set to work both ways? If so, imagine the kind of twisting plot we could be in for.

There’s also another interesting point worth mentioning; eagle-eyed readers will have noticed that Beast actually looks like Nicholas Hoult, rather than a giant blue Wookie – an effect of time travel, perhaps?



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First Look at Evan Peters as Quicksilver in "X-Men: Days of Future Past"
Director Bryan Singer recently revealed that he started shooting scenes featuring Quicksilver for his upcoming "X-Men: Days of Future Past." He noted that the sets are the brightest he's ever been on due to the fact that he is using slow-motion that requires extra light.
Today, we may have our first look at Evan Peters (Kick-Ass) as Quicksilver, possibly alongside Michael Fassbender.
Quicksilver is the son of Magneto in "X-Men: Days of Future Past." The character (possibly played by "Kick-Ass" star Aaron Johnson) will also show up in "Avengers: Age of Ultron," but due to an agreement between Marvel and 20th Century Fox, his past will not be mentioned.



IT'S A WRAP!! X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST HAS COMPLETED FILMING!






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