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Lawsuit Accuses X-Men Director Bryan Singer of Sexual Misconduct With Underage Boy

The Wrap has obtained copies of federal court documents which reveal a lawsuit accusing Bryan Singer, director of many of the films in the X-Men franchise, Superman Returns, and others, of sexually abusing a seventeen year old boy.

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Mutatis Mutandis

Quicksilver Is a Giant Doofball, Bryan Singer Teases New (Old) Mutants for X-Men: Apocalypse

You see that? That’s a new Quicksilver promo from X-Men: Days of Future Past. It’s also the reason you’ve just been hit by an inexplicable urge to visit Hot Topic. Don’t blame me. Blame Bryan Singer. Speaking of, he has some things to say about his Days of Future Past follow-up Apocalypse, specifically how it will relate to its comics inspiration and which long-absent mutants might be putting in an appearance. And producer Simon Kinberg answered some questions about Quicksilver in Days of Future Past, including that of whether he’s still Magneto’s who what now?

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In Which We Make A Terrible Pun

New Days of Future Past Teaser, Magazine Cover Have a Little Mystique To Them [VIDEO]

“I wanted to work with the actors from First Class and also to reconnect with the actors I had such fun with on X-Men and X2. Also, this is my chance to retcon The Last Stand out of existence. F*^& that movie.” That last part isn’t in this Days of Future Past interview teaser with Bryan Singer (behind the cut), but I have to assume that’s because Entertainment Weekly edited it out.

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Ready Your Bedazzlers, Mutants, ‘Cause X-Men: Apocalypse Will Be an ‘80s Period Film

Bryan Singer had some other things to say to Total Filim about X-Men: Apocalypse, his follow-up to Days of Future Past, but nothing was so important as his admission that it’ll take place in the ‘80s. Neon scrunchies for everyone!

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Bryan Singer On Why He Made X-Men: Days of Future Past, Scarlet Witch, And James Cameron’s Time Travel Approval

Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Days of Future Past is highly-anticipated in these neck of the woods. Though many are still wondering how all this time travel nonsense is going to affect the overall X-Men film franchise. Hear what Singer had to say about the new and old cast members, time travel, and a sort-of answer as to whether or not Scarlet Witch is in the movie. 

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Facehugs For Everybody

Joey Spiotto‘s Alien (and Predator) prints in the style of Little Golden Books are for sale. (See Geeks are Sexy for links to each.)

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Faster than a speeding bullet!

Bryan Singer Still Thinks Superman Returns Failed Because He Tried to Make it for Women

In 2011 Bryan Singer gave a interview in which he revealed some of the reasons why he thought Superman Returns failed critically and at the box office, and among them he included what he considered an attempt to make a Superman film to interest the Devil Wears Prada crowd: i.e., women. And while Singer’s language isn’t that of blaming, I still wish he’d come up with a different wording in the intervening years between then and now, when in the newest issue of Empire Magazine he says again that Superman Returns was a movie made for a female audience.

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X-Men: Days of Future Past Reveals Monster Mutant Cast In 24 Magazine Covers

Yesterday, Empire Magazine revealed one new X-Men: Days of Future Past cover every hour. Because, well, there’s a lot of people in the cast and they figured, what the hell? That’s 24 actors, plus one more for the director, but for some reason we have 26 photos in our slideshow. Hmm…

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New Details On X-Men: Days of Future Past Casting & Apocalypse Plot

Considering filming is finished and we’ve already had a first trailer, you’d think we’d be done hearing about casting for X-Men: Days of Future Past. If you did, you’d be wrong. Find out about the inclusion of an unexpected character as well as some new details Bryan Singer has given about the next X-Men film, Apocalypse

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Which Mutant Just Got Cut From X-Men: Days of Future Past?

A few months back it seemed like every time you blinked the cast of X-Men: Days of Future Past expanded. Both versions of Professor X and Magneto are a no-brainer, as are some characters from First Class (Beast, Havok, Mystique) and the original trilogy (Storm, Wolverine, Kitty Pryde, Rogue, Iceman). Then they kept coming. Colossus, Blink, and Warpath. Bishop. Sunspot. Quicksilver. It left a lot of people, particularly those still burned by the dread specter of Spider-Man 3, wondering whether director Bryan Singer might be trying to pack too many characters in.

He was, as it happens. But he’s realized that. So one of the mutants from the original trilogy is packin’ it in.

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