It is no secret that fans of the beloved X-Men films hated X-Men: Apocalypse. The film was full of bad decisions and lost the things that made the franchise such a hit. The stumble was a surprise in the wake of two great films, X-Men: First Class and X-Men: Days of Future Past. Apocalypse drew
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written by Brian Michael Bendis & and drawn by David Marquez
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Dafne Keen was a delight on-screen in Logan as Laura/ X23 opposite Hugh Jackman's Wolverine. She excelled at keeping up with the star, and sometimes even outperformed him. It comes as no surprise that there would be talk about when we could see her character reappear int he X-Men universe.
According to X-Men producer Hutch Parker in
There are many reasons that James Mangold's Logan is a work of art. You could cite the look of the film, the action, or the riveting plot as all reasons fans loved the film. For me, it is the details that went into the film that made it look and feel authentic.
Logan was the perfect ending to a brilliant run by Hugh Jackman as the X-Men member Wolverine. One of the biggest surprises from the film was Dafne Keen's portrayal of X23/Laura. She was vibrant, passionate, aggressive, and perfect in the role as the young mutant. Although Jackman's run as The Wolverine has
It is no secret by now to most people who Logan has no post-credits scene. That didn't stop eager fans from sticking around through the entire credits hoping for something, anything. If you haven't seen the end of Logan, I would suggest that you not watch this clip. There are potential spoilers in
The X-Men franchise has had its share of continuity errors over the years, and more recently, Days of Future Past tried to right may of these past wrongs. Although a lot of the issues were resolved, more were bound to show up sooner than later. A character that showed up in X-Men: Apocalypse
Deadpool and Logan have seen recent success carrying an R-rating. Does that mean we could see more superhero films look in this direction? It is doubtful that Disney will allow Marvel to produce R-rated films, but other studios are entertaining this idea. With Twentieth Century Fox hosting both successful R-rated superhero films,
The X-Men movie franchise is on the brink of making big changes to the normal formula that fans are used to seeing on the big screen. In the past, the films typically focus on two major plot points: Wolverine trying to find out about his past, and the dynamic between life-long friends
This weekend millions of people will cram into their local theaters to see Hugh Jackman brandish the adamantium claws of Wolverine one last time. For the first time in a long while there is no way to know who will be the centerpiece of X-Men films moving forward. Will Fox recast Wolverine,