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RUMOR: ‘Dark Phoenix Saga’ Next Up For Main X-Men Movies

RUMOR: ‘Dark Phoenix Saga’ Next Up For Main X-Men Movies

The Dark Phoenix Saga might indeed be next for the main X-Men films according to a new rumor from Heroic Hollywood’s weekly YouTube show Heroic Insider. There are stating that’s the plan for the next main X-Men film and will somehow be tied into Apocalypse. We’ve actually suggested this ourselves back in September, when producer

FEATURE: Ten More Supervillain-Led Comic Book Movies That Should Happen

Normally, comic book movies feature the heroes as the protagonists. However, that’s about to change with this summer’s Suicide Squad, the first major CBM to be told from the villains’ perspective. Antagonists such as Deadshot, Harley Quinn and The Joker headline this movie, with writer-director David Ayer proclaiming that it’s time for “Bad vs. Evil.”

Bryan Singer Reportedly Shooting Next ‘X-Men’ Film In 2016; Should Cable and Sinister Be In It?

According to Le Journal de Montreal, it looks like Bryan Singer will be returning to direct a yet to announced X-Men film starting pre-production/other shooting next November in the U.S., and eventually returning to Montreal in early 2017 for production. This is the first time we’ve heard any concrete information concerning another main saga film, along

Bryan Cranston Wants A Shot At Playing ‘X-Men’ Villain Mr. Sinister

  During an interview with IGN while promoting his new show SuperMansion, Bryan Cranston finally revealed the Marvel villain he’d like to play. It’s not someone would have thought he’d pick, but it’s well-known X-Men villain Mr. Sinister. “It intrigues me to be able to play a character that hasn’t been on film before, so

Full San Diego Comic-Con Trailer for X-MEN: APOCALYPSE Has Leaked

One of the most hotly talked about trailers to premiere in Comic-Con’s Hall H panel last night was Fox’s X-Men: Apocalypse. The film is the ninth entry in the continually evolving series that started in 2000 with Bryan Singer’s X-Men. After X-Men: Days of Future Past blew the socks off of Hall H two years

FEATURE: Five Ideas for More X-MEN Movie Spin-Offs

Following the huge success of X-Men: Days of Future Past last year, 20th Century Fox is moving full steam ahead with more movies in this franchise, essentially creating an “X-Men Cinematic Universe.” In 2016, three installments will be released: Deadpool, X-Men: Apocalypse and Gambit. 2017 will see the release of a sequel to The Wolverine,