As far as actress January Jones knows, she and her character Emma Frost won’t be returning for director Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Days of Future Past.
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AMC has announced an April 7 premiere date for the sixth season of Mad Men, and released a handful of classy black-and-white photos of the drama’s cast.
The Matthew Vaughn-directed film got off to a good start, grossing an estimated $3.4 million in midnight showings at the domestic box office — on par with the $3.3 million earned by Thor, which went on to see a $65.7 million opening weekend.
Twentieth Century Fox has released more clips from the Matthew Vaughn-directed film that cast a spotlight on Sebastian Shaw, Emma Frost, Magneto, Azazel, Riptide and Banshee. X-Men: First Class opens on June 3.
Twentieth Century Fox has premiered a U.K. banner and French poster for the Matthew Vaughn-directed film that’s an improvement on anything it’s released previously.
Twentieth Century Fox has released yet another international trailer for the Matthew Vaughn-directed film that plays up the Cuban Missile Crisis setting and reveals new footage of the Man in Black, Riptide and Moira MacTaggart. Oh, and there’s also a new poster.
Empire magazine has released two covers for its new issue, each spotlighting a trio of stars from the Matthew Vaughn-directed X-Men: First Class. The film opens on June 3.
Brief character descriptions on the movie’s official Facebook page fill in some of the blanks about Moira McTaggert, Mystique and the mysterious Man in Black, and reveal a link between Sebastian Shaw and Erik Lensherr. Warning: potential spoilers!
The latest image from X-Men: First Class shows January Jones’ Emma Frost and Kevin Bacon’s Sebastian Shaw in a 1960s-style mirrored “secret lair.” The film, directed by Matthew Vaughn, opens on June 3.
Unknown lets Liam Neeson do what people seem to love watching him do these days: be a badass. Everything around him is ridiculous, but that hardly matters.
Mad Men star January Jones sits down to talk about her revealing costumes and concerns about pleasing hardcore fans of Emma Frost in the upcoming Matt Vaughn-directed X-Men prequel.
January Jones, Mad Men‘s increasingly angry Betty Draper, is swapping the smoke-filled 1960s for a past period of more vague vintage: She’s signed on to Matthew Vaughn’s X-Men: First Class as the younger Emma Frost.