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'X-Men: Apocalypse' Starts to Take Shape

7:19 PM 9/24/2014 by Jeff Giles
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We still have about a year and a half standing between us and the next X-Men sequel, 2016's X-Men: Apocalypse, but putting a big-budget superhero movie together takes time, so Fox is starting to get its ducks in a row right now -- starting with locking down director Bryan Singer, who helmed this year's Days of Future Past, to return for another round.

Will 'Deadpool' End Up Being PG-13? Last week brought the surprising news that a 'Deadpool' movie was finally in the works after years of development hell, and now details are slowly trickling out. Though, fans of Marvel's "Merc With a Mouth" may want to set a few expectations -- this is probably going to be a PG-13 movie. Continue reading…

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Deadpool Movie Ideas

Comic Book Movie - Sat, 2014-09-20 10:51

Deadpool Movie Ideas What I Want To See   1. Make Deadpool a Continuity Scapegoat Any fan of Deadpool knows that literally anything can happen in a Deadpool movie, so I want them to use that. "The timeline got changed because of DOFP" is lazy and shouldn't be their excuse to retcon everything fans don't like. However, fans will be more accepting if Deadpool gets ahold of some strange contraption that allows him to, for lack of a better word, "fix" the X-Men universe so the future films can do whatever they want without any limits.

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Deadpool Movie Ideas

Comic Book Movie - Sat, 2014-09-20 10:51

Deadpool Movie Ideas What I Want To See   1. Make Deadpool a Continuity Scapegoat Any fan of Deadpool knows that literally anything can happen in a Deadpool movie, so I want them to use that. "The timeline got changed because of DOFP" is lazy and shouldn't be their excuse to retcon everything fans don't like. However, fans will be more accepting if Deadpool gets ahold of some strange contraption that allows him to, for lack of a better word, "fix" the X-Men universe so the future films can do whatever they want without any limits.

EDITORIAL: A DEADPOOL Movie? How's That Gonna Work?   So, unless you've been concealing yourself under a rock for the past two days, you're probably fully aware that we're receiving a Deadpool movie on February 12th 2016, God willing. However, despite the fact most people might consider Deadpool a waste of a character that doesn't even deserve the comic book cult following he has, plenty of fan input has led to this movie being something of a reality. So, with that comes the fact that the movie will face trials and tribulations and though some will be conquerable, others will not be so easy to deal with.

IGN UK Podcast #246: Destiny, Deadpool and Duckhunt! You wait for ages and three come along at once. Yes, we've waited for what seems like an eternity and now Destiny is here, Krupa, Luke and Alex all decided to play at Hunters. Duh.

'Deadpool' Movie Confirmed for 2016

6:18 PM 9/18/2014 by Jeff Giles
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What do you do when you own the film rights to a beloved comic book character that you've previously abused as a supporting player in a much-maligned superhero origin story, but people still keep clamoring for him to get his own standalone feature even though you know it'll have to either be rated R or totally lame?

'Fantastic Four' Reboot Gets Bumped

6:06 PM 9/18/2014 by Jeff Giles
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The August release schedule has its moments here and there, but generally speaking, that month is an annual cinematic graveyard -- not necessarily the place where you want to stake your claim to a superhero franchise, in other words. That's what Fox apparently intends to do with Fantastic Four, however:

'The Mountain Between Us' Eyes Charlie Hunnam and Margot Robbie Charlie Hunnam and Margot Robbie are in talks to join the Fox 2000 adaptation The Mountain Between Us. Michael Fassbender was attached to star back in March 2012, when Gerardo Naranjo was set to direct, but neither are involved in the adaptation at this time.The plot is based on the Charles Martin novel that follows Ashley, a writer leaving Salt Lake City for her wedding on the East Coast, and Ben, a doctor returning from a medical conference.

For Twentieth Century Fox’s first X-Men spinoff film outside of the main series, it looked towards star Hugh Jackman and the popular character of Wolverine to launch a new sub-franchise.

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