Fox CEO Tim Rothman hints that the studio is looking beyond X-Men: First Class and The Wolverine, and teases that an announcement will be made this summer.
Taking time out from Django Unchained, writer/director Quentin Tarantino assembled a list of his favorite movies, screenplays and directors of 2011. See how it stacks up to yours.
Captain America: The First Avenger, X-Men: First Class, Thor and 12 more are up the Academy Award for Achievement in Visual Effects.
Sherlock Holmes and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter screenwriter Simon Kinberg has been hired to pen the sequel to Fox’s X-Men: First Class.
James McAvoy discusses next X-Men: First Class installment, saying he’s spoken with director Matthew Vaughn about details.
Teasing the film’s Sept. 9 DVD release, Fox has unveiled a deleted scene from X-Men: First Class that finds Michael Fassbender’s Erik Lensherr not in Magneto’s helmet, but in a wig, dress and go-go boots.
As the famous saying from screenwriter William Goldman goes, when it comes to the movie industry, nobody knows anything. It’s been taken as a truism for years now, but this may have been the summer when audiences decided to prove that to studios once and for all.
We’re midway through the summer of superhero movies – Thor and X-Men: First Class are behind us, with Green Lantern and Captain America: The First Avenger still to come – and a couple of things have happened that you might not have expected. Is this the summer that ignores conventional wisdom and offers (gulp) good superhero movies that are also reasonably successful?
The Matthew Vaughn-directed prequel topped the U.S. box office but fell short of the other recent installments of the Fox franchise. The studio, however, managed expectations, aiming to match the opening of 2000′s X-Men.
The latest, and perhaps last, clip from the Michael Vaughn-directed film features Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence and … a familiar face. Note: Don’t watch the video if you don’t want one of the movie’s “surprise” cameos spoiled.
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.