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Fox's next incredibly ambitious X-franchise entry "X-Men: Days of Future Past" (helmed by returning director Bryan Singer) has already set off a literal firestorm on the internet with the reveal that former cast members from the previous films will be returning in their roles. And no, this isn't a case where I…Continue
On this weeks episode of BSC we discuss the upcoming events from the big 2 including "Trinity War" & "Battle Of The Atom". As well as discussion of Thanos Rising, Superior Spider-man as well Batman/Redhood & more.
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Bryan Singer is at it again. The extremely forthcoming director has once again shared an image from 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' via his Twitter account. This time, it's a close-up of his version of Beast (played by…Continue
Much like Professor X himself, Bryan Singer is carefully constructing his team of exceptional individuals leading up to the start of production of…Continue
Bryan Singer is at it again. The social-media-favoring director of next year's 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' is once again tweeting pics from the set of the film. This latest snapshot appears to show Professor X's mutant-tracking Cerebro under construction. It seems the device still has a long…Continue
The X-Men comic universe is practically bursting at the book binding with characters, many of whom have already turned up in one or more of the filmic adaptations thus far. As Bryan Singer returns to…Continue
Bryan Singer is a filmmaker who has truly embraced social media. In addition to giving fans a more direct connection to his process, it's made my job much easier. He is often the one to break his own casting news, eliminating any doubt typically engendered by the traditional rumor mill, and he posts production photos via Twitter. Today, he has posted a pic of the two wheelchairs that will be occupied…Continue
On this episode of Cape Chronicles we take a look at the X-Men Evolution Christmas & example its religious undertones while also making a dick joke or two.
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Christmas trees, Sewer Freaks & the X-Men what else could you ask for in this season of Giving.…
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This week on The Plot Hole, Steven and Simon start things off with some superhero movies news (as is more often than not the case) including big casting reveals for X-Men: Days of Future Past and The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Then, helping to kick off awards season 2012, we mull over the winners of the New York Film Critics Circle which had an unlikely victor for Best Film of the year.
Also, speaking of winners, we chat the best movie posters of the year, along…Continue
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X-Men Days of Future Past is probably one of the best and most influential time travel stories ever created. So much so that it has been revisited, tribute and ripped off too many times to count. It’s probably the second most famous X-Men story ever written, (right after the Dark Phoenix…Continue
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On this weeks show we X-Men Days of future past, Is Del Toro Attached to Justice League Dark, Man Of Steel to be 3D,Arrow 5 episodes later & ton of stuff on Transformers 4 starring Markey Mark minus the funky bunch.…
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It’s that Halloween-ey time of year and we will certainly give a nod to the holiday this week on The Plot Hole as we pick some scary movies for people who, well, don’t like scary movies. That’s far from it this week however, as I also brings us an early review of 007’s latest outing, Skyfall.
We’ll start things off with a discussion on some of the latest movie news including the trailer for Iron…Continue
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