The two young rising stars talk with SPINOFF about their new mashup of spy thriller and teen comedy, their shared excitement for “X-Men: Apocalypse,” and singing.
The 18-year-old actor talks with SPINOFF about his new Western “Slow West,” playing Nightcrawler in “X-Men: Apocalypse” and that time he was almost Wolverine.
The “Ex Machina” star talks with SPINOFF about his performance in Alex Garland’s directorial debut, and what’s in store for him when “The Force Awakens” and “Age of Apocalypse” arrive.
The actor says he hasn’t read the script for Bryan Singer’s sequel, but he’s already having a head cast made for his role as the title villain.
The original Professor X and Magneto won’t be joining their ’80s counterparts as the new X-Men face down Apocalypse.
Actors from Game of Thrones to Kingsman: The Secret Service are potential candidates for critical roles in Bryan Singer’s next X-Men movie.
X-Men: Days Of Future Past second unit director Brian Smrz confirms that Quicksilver will appear in X-Men: Apocalypse, and says he’d like to helm a solo outing.
The producer teases Mystique’s heavy involvement, while James Marsden names a possible successor to play a younger Cyclops in Apocalypse.
Screenwriter Simon Kinberg reveals which set of mutants will get the spotlight when the time-twisting franchise returns in 2016.
The X-Men franchise stars thinks his character has a lot to lose in the 2016 Fox film — starting with his hair.
Production offices are expected to open next month for the Bryan Singer, with principal photography getting under way in April 2015.
A federal judge has allowed a former child to withdraw his lawsuit accusing the X-Men: Days of Future Past director of sexually assaulting him when he was a teenager.