The X-Men have always been a metaphor for minorities, but aside from a few lines here and there (including the famous “Have you tried not being a mutant?”), the movies have pretty much glossed over that. To be fair, a lot of X-Men comics themselves gloss over the fact to simply try and tell compelling superhero…
I guess this is old news but I hadn’t seen it posted around here and I just saw it myself. It looks like Sleepy Hollow’s fourth season will be its last
As revealed by producer Lauren Shuler Donner, Fox’s X-Men show, headed by Matt Nix, will be called Gifted.
Logan is not a superhero movie. Heck, Logan isn’t even an X-Men movie — after all, all the X-Men are dead except for Logan and Charles. No, Logan is something else: Logan is a Western.
I ran across some news that fans of the demonic procedural will love. The show has been renewed for a third season by Fox.
So the X-Men: Apocalypse Gag Reel was released recently and watching it, I noticed a few things:
Welcome to Midweek Trivia I actually had a different topic planned. But then I saw this over on Reddit and figured it would be of interest to Kinja folks since I know this show as a large following, so why not kill two birds with one stone and make it my Midweek Trivia.
Happy Thursday friends! Here is this week’s Midweek Trivia and we’re going to look at the Apocalypse. No, not the end of the world or the Book Of Revelation, but the classic Xmen villain whose movie has just come out.
I tried to find the perfect stock photo for this article and I think I have. It’s a child dressed as a pilot writing in his notebook. Not only is this a nice little pun on the word “pilot,” but it also gives me the distinct impression that all the network executives are children just randomly eenie-meenie-miney-moeing…
The popular horror anthology show will return for a sixth season in 2016.
It’s been known for a while that Fox has wanted to make an X-Men television show, but today’s announcement is still somewhat of a surprise because Marvel and Fox have announced the creation of two shows: one about Legion, the son of Professor X, and the other about the Hellfire Club.
...Professor X and Wolverine’s father-son relationship, says Hugh Jackman in Collider’s interview with the actor. The film will be written by Jackman and the director of the second Wolverine movie James Mangold, and Patrick Stewart will be reprising his role as the professor.
According to various rumor sites, Fox wants to make an X-Men television show in addition to their movie series. However, Marvel owns the television rights to the X-Men, but apparently there have been negotiations. But what if a deal does go through? What kind of show should Fox make? Well, the best choice, in my…
Fox has ordered the pilot of Lucifer based on Mike Carey’s Lucifer comic book to series. This is great slash not so great news. Great because it continues the trend of seeing comic book characters brought to life on the silver screen, but not so great because of the premise of the show which almost sounds way too…
Does what it says on the tin — animals randomly invading the fields of various sporting events. Dogs get pride of place, and seem to think they're participating. But it's not just dogs.
TotalFilm released four new images from the Fantastic Four movie on its partner website GamesRadar, ahead of a larger feature of the movie in their March print edition. The issue also promises to have more photos and details of Fantastic Four, in addition to art from upcoming Marvel movies and a cover story on Mad…
Bryan Singer tweeted the names of the actors who will play the young Cyclops, Storm, and Jean Grey in X-Men: Apocalypse: Tye Sheriden is Cyclops, Alexandra Shipp as Storm, and Sophie motherfuckin' Turner as Jean Grey. And the world rejoiced.
Could someone tell me why people keep pitching sci-fi shows to Fox in the first place?