Domestic: $233 million Worldwide: $747 million


Bryan Singer gets his #XMen tattoo with Patrick Stewart witnessing.

Months ago, director Bryan Singer made a bet with both his assistant and writer/producer Simon Kinberg that they would all get X-Men tattoos if X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST passed the $700 million mark at the box office. With the film earning more than $746 million worldwide, he, along with his assistant, tatted-up. Singer’s instagram gives a peek at the… Read more →


X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST concept art for Professor X and X-Jet.

Concept designer Henry Fong has posted some key frame artwork and concepts that he created for Bryan Singer’s X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST. The pieces show designs he worked on for the interior and exterior of the X-Jet and Professor X’s awesome hover chair and on-deck Cerebro system. Thanks to NailBiter111 at Comic Book Movies for the heads up! Read more →


Birthday wishes sent to Jennifer Lawrence includes new #XMen photo.

X-Men Movies wished X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST actress Jennifer Lawrence (24) a Happy Birthday, while tweeting out a new photo of the starlet in-character (minus blue makeup) during the scene where Mystique helps Havok, Toad and Ink escape the clutches of William Stryker from a military base in Saigon. Lawrence also celebrated a Teen Choice Awards win this week… Read more →


Video summary of every X-MEN film in under 3 minutes.

With seven films in the X-MEN film franchise, it may be difficult for some folks to get on board with the ever-expanding “continuity” between these films. Thanks to the folks at Mashable, we have this video which is a “completely unbiased, 100% accurate and heavily researched (well…sorta) summary of everything you need to know about X-Men.” Check it out! Read more →


Bryan Singer and writers continue work on X-MEN: APOCALYPSE screenplay.

Bryan Singer posted this photo of himself with writers Simon Kinberg (Days of Future Past), Dan Harris and Michael Dougherty (X2) during a writing session for X-MEN: APOCALYPSE. The team has been hard at work outlining the screenplay for the upcoming film which releases on May 27, 2016. The film will follow the X-Men as they try to prevent an… Read more →


X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST extended edition BluRay/DVD will release in 2015.

X-Men fans on Twitter are chatting up a storm after Fox Home Entertainment’s executive VP of marketing communications, James Finn tweeted that the extended cut of X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST will come NEXT YEAR after the September 23rd Digital HD and October 14th in-store release of the film on Blu-ray and DVD. It’s pretty obvious that Rogue’s ten-minute sequence… Read more →


Blu-ray and DVD covers for X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST + Best Buy exclusive!

Best Buy and Walmart will both offer exclusive editions of X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST when it comes to Blu-ray and DVD beginning October 14th. Best Buy’s “Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + Digital” pack will feature a Sentinel head slipcover design with a blueprint version underneath. It comes with a folder containing “classified files” from Trask Industries. The “Ultimate Edition”… Read more →


Behind the scenes photo of Ryan Reynolds filming DEADPOOL test footage.

DEADPOOL co-writer Rhett Reese took to Twitter to post a new behind the scenes photo of Ryan Reynolds performing motion-capture for test footage, which was filmed by SFX-wiz/director Tim Miller. The original 8-minute reel was presented to 20th Century Fox by Miller and producer Lauren Shuler Donner in 2012 in hopes of greenlighting the picture. Behind the scenes at the… Read more →


A closer look at Cyclops’ new futuristic glasses. #XMen

Throughout the “X-Men” franchise we’ve seen Cyclops (young and old) wear different styles of glasses to keep his mutant powers from destroying everything in sight. Things were no different for his cameo in X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST, where fans saw Scott Summers alive and well, wearing a pair of funky futuristic shades. Actor James Marsden was fitted with a… Read more →


New AT&T Amazon Fire commercial features THE WOLVERINE.

THE WOLVERINE get some focus in AT&T’s new commercial for Amazon’s Fire Phone. Titled “Airport,” the 30-second clip shows two guys watching the James Mangold-directed film on the terminal tv screens. They debate whether they’re watching “The Wolverine” or X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERINE. A young boy and girl come along and instantly find out which movie it is by capturing a… Read more →


Comic book fans want 20th Century Fox to #GreenlightDEADPOOL

Some DEADPOOL test footage from SFX-wiz/director Tim Miller recently “leaked” online by a mysterious assailant. The clip, rendered with CGI characters, shows a motion-captured Ryan Reynolds as the titular character. Looking straight from the comic books, Reynolds sounds exactly as he should thanks to his natural comedic demeanor. The original 8-minute reel of footage was presented to 20th Century Fox… Read more →