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Deadpool: Cudmore Won't be Back as Colossus One of the original big screen X-Men actors won't be in the upcoming Deadpool movie after all. It was reported last week that Colossus might appear in Fox's mutant spinoff starring Ryan Reynolds.

The Swashbucklingly Simple Formula That Keeps Pirates of the Caribbean Drifting Right Along Buena Vista To begin, some numbers. The Pirates of the Caribbean franchise has made over $1.27 billion at the domestic box office. Worldwide, the four films of the venerable Disney series have made over $3.72 billion. On average, each film has made nearly $300M during each American release.

Kodi Smit-McPhee Cast As Nightcrawler In X-Men Apocalypse Bryan Singer is once again using his Instagram account to announce casting news. In an image posted last night, the director of the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse shared that Kodi Smit-McPhee will be playing a young Kurt Wagner / Nightcrawler in the next X-men sequel. Smit-McPhee was in Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes, The Road, Romeo & Juliet and Young Ones along with doing the voice of Norman Babcock on ParaNorman. Nightcrawler appeared in X2 as played by Alan Cumming.

The Most Adorable Marvel and DC Characters Ever Stepping onto the showroom floor at Toy Fair this year, it was very clear how big Funko has become. The maker of those cute little Pop! Vinyl figures has just blown up, and their booth at Toy Fair is a clear indication of that this week -- it’s bigger than ever before, full of so many must-have products, and also now features a separate area called Vinyl Sugar that is a new subsection of Funko. So Many Pop! Vinyls: Arrow, Flash, Doctor Who, More Vinyl Sugar has a so-freaking-adorable line that is appropriately called Dorbz -- just look at those X-Men!

Singer Shows Off Some 'X-Men: Apocalypse' Concept Art Bryan Singer has been using his Instagram for the past week to offer some glimpses behind-the-scenes of X-Men: Apocalypse. While most of it has been harmless looks at props (Xavier's chairs, a model of the mansion, etc), his last post offered up some concept art being using for the  design of the film. The designer in question is Grant Major, who was also the Production Designer for the Lord of The Rings trilogy.Here's what Singer shared: Some production art. #XmenApocalypse #GrantMajor I was a little busy but will continue to snap more.

Ant-Man "Final Battle" LEGO set may reveal a major spoiler Several photos of the "Final Battle" ANT-MAN LEGO set from Toy Fair 2015 have surfaced online, and besides giving us a look at the upcoming toys, the images may also contain a major spoiler for the Marvel movie. Toys based on films aren't always the best indicator of what we should expect in a movie (remember the IRON MAN 3 LEGO sets?), but better safe than sorry, right? With that being... Read More...

'Avengers 2' Will Explore Black Widow's Sad, Dark Past It has long been said that Avengers: Age of Ultron will give both Jeremy Renner's Hawkeye and Scarlett Johansson's Black Widow more to do, as they are they only key team members who have not yet had their own solo adventure on the big screen. For Natasha Romanoff, that means taking a look back at her sad, dark past. Scarlett Johansson recently spoke with W Magazine and revealed not only why she took on the character of Black Widow, but also what we can expect to see in the Marvel's The Avengers sequel:"People were surprised that I wanted to play a comic book heroine.

This year will see the return of several classic Hollywood franchises to the big screen, and chief among them will be Jurassic World.

'X-Men: Days of Future Past' Almost Had a New Wolverine The X-Men movie franchise turns 15 years old this year, so it's not surprising to see a lot of the original cast members being replaced over the course of 5 movies and 2 spinoffs. While the previous chapter in the series, X-Men: Days of Future Past, still included Famke Janssen as Jean Grey, Halle Berry as Storm, and James Marsden as Cyclops, all three of those characters are set to be played by much younger actors in X-Men: Apocalypse.

Marion Cotillard Joins The Assassin’s Creed Movie Which Is Shooting Soon The Assassin’s Creed movie is really starting to shape up quite well. I think things are looking quite promising for the production and it could finally buck the trend of awful video game movie adaptions. Michael Fassbender‘s involvement has been well publicized for a while now, but the cast has now grown adding an important second actor to the production. Deadline have revealed the Marion Cotillard will be joining the cast in a yet unspecified role.

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