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Olivia Munn Reveals Why She Passed on Deadpool Role Olivia Munn will join the ranks of Fox’s long-running X-Men universe by bringing the purple-clad ninja Psylocke to life in the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse. It will be her first role in a big budget super hero movie and from everything that has been seen from the character in previews and TV spots, Betsy Braddock has a few impressive action sequences in store for fans. Appearing in an X-Men movie is obviously a big move for Munn, who has previously had roles in HBO’s The Newsroom, Magic Mike, and this year’s Ride Along 2 with Kevin Hart.

Mark Hamill confirms alternate Star Wars: The Force Awakens opening scene Back when STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS was still in development, BMD claimed that they had details on the opening sequence of the film, which would have followed Luke Skywalker's severed hand holding a lightsaber as it floated through space before landing on the planet Jakku. Obviously we didn't get that in the movie, but during a conversation with The Sun, Mark Hamill confirmed that it was the... Read More...

Why Olivia Munn chose Psylocke over 'Deadpool' Olivia Munn will cut a swath through this month’s X-Men: Apocalypse as the psychic swordfighter Psylocke, but, at one point, she had the chance to be in another of this year’s superhero movies. Munn told American Way that she was initially offered Morena Baccarin’s role in ...

The '80s Live! Play Free Games at the 'X-Men: Apocalypse' Retro X: Arcade Ah, the 1980s! The decade saw the rise of blockbuster movies aimed at the widest audience possible, concurrent with the rise of video games as a serious competitor in the entertainment business. As it happens, the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse is set during the 1980s, revolving around the return of the so-called first mutant, known as Apocalypse (Oscar Isaac). He decides that the decade is not to his liking, so he decides to change things dramatically. While awaiting the arrival of the...Read MoreRead Comments

'X-Men: Apocalypse' Director Bryan Singer Defends Oscar Isaac's Big Bad Voice Much can change between a movie’s initial trailer and the finished film (like that Anakin Skywalker reference in The Force Awakens). Visual FX will be finalized, scenes may be cut in the editing process to improve the narrative flow, additional footage might be incorporated, and additional dialogue may be recorded. That last one is particularly relevant for X-Men: Apocalypse, as you may have noticed that the titular villain’s voice changed quite a bit between the first trailer and the more recent sneak peeks. Continue reading…

Bryan Singer Responds to ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ Criticism Bryan Singer‘s “X-Men: Apocalypse” is still a few weeks away from release, but the director is already defending his latest comic book adaptation from criticism. Oscar Isaac‘s character Apocalypse, in particular, has been the target of angry comic fans who think the character doesn’t look right, sound right, or have the right size in the movie’s trailers.

Jeremy Irons will return as Alfred Pennyworth in The Justice League Part One Although it hasn't been confirmed yet, I think it's safe to say that Jeremy Irons will more than likely be back as Alfred Pennyworth in the next solo Batman movie. I mean, is it really a Bat flick if it doesn't have Alfred in it? But Irons recently told Showbiz 411 that Alfred will also appear in THE JUSTICE LEAGUE PART ONE, which is currently filming in the U.K. Of course the actor... Read More...

Intriguing STAR WARS EPISODE VIII Set Video Reveal The Millennium Falcon And Jedi Steps Lucasfilm only had a small amount of time on Skellig Michael to shoot Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Star Wars Episode VIII, and after having to lug all of their filming equipment up hundreds of stairs for those scenes between Rey and Luke Skywalker, you can understand why they decided against building a life-size Millennium Falcon at the remote location (it would have been impossible).  However, thanks to Mail Online, we can see that part of the island and the place where the iconic spacecraft landed have been recreated, no doubt for a scene which will feature Rey and Luke boarding th

X-Men: Apocalypse TV Spots; New Image Reveals Dazzler Easter Egg The box office domination by comic book movies is about to continue with the release of the latest installment in the X-Men film franchise, X-Men: Apocalypse. The franchise has found new life on-screen ever since younger versions of the characters were introduced in X-Men: First Class. The latest international TV spots for X-Men: Apocalypse have arrived online, and they highlight the immense destruction that epic villain Apocalypse and his Four Horsemen are going to bring to our favorite mutant heroes.

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