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This Week in Blu-ray / DVD Releases: X-Men Apocalypse, Preacher, Purge 3 This Week: X-Men hit a rough patch with Apocalypse, the painful letdown of Preacher, and farewells to Banshee and Penny Dreadful. ► It’s like all the good will Bryan Singer brought back to the X-Men franchise with the last two movies got squandered with X-MEN: APOCALYPSE. Too many characters, a ho-hum script and a boring villain bring... Read More...

This ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ Deleted Scene is a Mutant Mall Montage In a summer filled with high profile duds, X-Men: Apocalypse reigns supreme. At least Independence Day: Resurgence was audacious and insane and totally bonkers. At least Suicide Squad was bad in ways that generate great conversations. Bryan Singer’s fourth X-Men movie, and the eighth film in the franchise overall, is the kind of movie that takes two and a half hours of your time and exits your brain while you’re still watching it.

Bryan Singer Says Legion Will “Relate To Future X-Men Movies” Bryan Singer‘s X-Men movie universe is about to make its way to television with FX‘s Legion. And according to Singer, who is an executive producer on the series, it will have deep ties to the movie universe. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Singer told an audience at the Edinburgh Television Festival that Legion and a currently untitled X-Men project for FOX will “relate to future X-Men movies.” But he also said the series will be accessible to those who have never watched an X-Men film.

Hugh Jackman Killed Bryan Singer In X-MEN: APOCALYPSE While a guest on the Empire Spoiler Podcast with executive producer Simon Kinberg, director Bryan Singer revealed that he has a small cameo in the film.  His cameo is brief, as he's dispatched pretty quickly by Wolverine/Weapon X.  Singer begins discussing the scene and getting Jackman aboard at the 24:00 minute mark.  Below, we've included a quick transcription for those of you on mobile or tablet devices. "I have a little cameo, I'm the guy with the machine gun..screaming. When I look at it, I couldn't recognize myself so I knew no one else could.

Bryan Singer Teases X-MEN: APOCALYPSE Deleted Scenes; Reveals There Will Be No Alternate Cut It's been exactly 2 years, 5 months, and 20 days since director Bryan Singer officially announced X-Men: Apocalypse as the follow-up to his critically acclaimed blockbuster X-Men: Days of Future Past and the day we've all been waiting for is finally here! With previews set to being at 7 PM tonight, Fandango has released another excerpt from their lengthy chat with Singer where the director teases some of the additional content we'll see on the Blu-ray/DVD release later this year, namely the deleted scenes.

The Top Five Worst X-Men Movie Moments In the tradition of ScreenCrush series like You Think You Know Movies and You Think You Know TV comes a new YouTube series: Top Five! Each week (or so; we’ve got a lot of other stuff going on), ScreenCrush editor and critic Matt Singer will count down a particular topic from the world of movies (and probably write these introductory posts in the third person). Continue reading…

X-Men: Apocalypse Video – Exploring the Largest X-Film Ever Made Director Bryan Singer has been teasing audiences with glimpses of his forthcoming Marvel franchise film X-Men: Apocalypse for quiet some time now, and as such viewer anticipation for the new X-Men movie couldn’t be any higher.

5 Ways 20th Century Fox Has Already Spoiled Pretty Much The Entire Plot Of X-MEN: APOCALYPSE var l_ttlPages = 5; var l_url = location.pathname.replace(location.hash, ""); var qs = (function(a) { if (a == "") return {}; var b = {}; for (var i = 0; i 2 && l_page "I don't think there is a single spoiler or surprise in X-Men: Apocalypse. All things considered, that's pretty damning," said one critic on Twitter last week when the embargo lifted, and if that assessment is accurate, that is indeed a pretty bad sign for Bryan Singer's X-Men: Days of Future Past follow-up.

Bryan Singer Says The Next X-Men Movie Could Be In Space While talking to Fandango.com, director Bryan Singer told the site some very interesting bits of news. The previous films have take place in the 60s (First Class), 70s (Days of Future Past) and 80s (Apocalypse). They asked him if the next film will take place in the 90s: That was something Simon [Kinberg] and I discussed a long time ago, all the way back to when I first pitched the studio on First Class — that they do each movie in 10-year increments.

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