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  1. Lucas Till Is Back As Havok In X-Men: Apocalypse

    Anyone else have the animated series theme song stuck in their head now? Just me? Okay.

    In his most recent casting announcement on Instagram, director Bryan Singer announced that Lucas Till will be reprising his X-Men: First Class role as Alex Summers, AKA Havok in the sequel, X-Men: Apocalypse.

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  2. Olivia Munn Cast As Psylocke in X-Men: Apocalypse

    Bryan Singer has found his Psylocke! He announced on his Instagram today that The Newsroom's Olivia Munn will be taking on the role of Betsy Braddock, aka Psylocke, in his upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse.

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  3. Production Art Shows Angel in X-Men: Apocalypse!

    X-Men: Now with time-travelly shenanigans!

    Timelines be damned!

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  4. X-Men: Apocalypse Has Cast Young Jubilee!

    The original Princess Sparklefists?

    About sparkling time!

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  5. Apparently Sirs Patrick Stewart & Ian McKellen Won’t Have Roles in X-Men: Apocalypse

    While I was on an insane high from hearing Sophie Turner and Saoirse Ronan might play young Jean Grey in X-Men: Apocalypse, I have found a new low in hearing we likely won't be seeing Sir Patrick Stewart or Ian McKellen at all.

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  6. Rumor: Some Familiar Geeky Faces are Testing for Roles in X-Men: Apocalypse

    '80s Sansa is coming.

    We see what you're doing, X-Men: Apocalypse. Announcing that you're an '80s period piece and then teasing us with the possibility of Sophie Turner as Jean Grey? You might know how to get The Mary Sue editors reinvested in a franchise, but don't think we won't notice if you eventually punk out.

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  7. New Report Reveals Familiar Names as Contenders For Young Jean Grey, Cyclops Roles In X-Men: Apocalypse

    Youths!

    In September a new X-Men: Apocalypse plot description revealed that, in addition to being a gosh-darn' '80s period film, the upcoming installment would also feature younger versions of Storm, Cyclops, and Jean Grey. Now, according to "multiple individuals familiar with the project," The Wrap has the scoop on which actors we can expect to see take on Famke Janssen and James Marsden's roles. Babies, the lot of them!

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  8. X-Men: Apocalypse To Have Ickle Baby Versions of Storm, Cyclops, and Jean Grey

    '80s Mohawk Storm or bust.

    We told you yesterday that Bryan Singer will be directing X-Men: Apocalypse, but that's not the only X-news that's broken. There's a new plot description out, and it has some pleasing nuggets.

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  9. Groovy Or Not Groovy? Bryan Singer Set To Direct X-Men: Apocalypse

    At least try to look surprised? For me?

    Today in unsurprising news: Deadline is reporting that Bryan Singer has just closed a deal with Fox and will be returning to the franchise for X-Men: Apocalypse.

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  10. Here’s What Fox’s Bryan Singer-Directed Battlestar Galactica Would Have Looked Like

    Aside from "cancelled after part one."

    Via concept art by Guy Hendrix Dyas, here's a quick peek at Fox/Bryan Singer's Battlestar Galactica miniseries that almost was.

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  11. Check Out Episode 1 Of Spooked, The New Ghost-Hunting Comedy Webseries From Felicia Day

    G-G-G-Ghooooosts!

    We were pretty excited after seeing the trailer for the Felicia Day/Bryan Singer produced Geek & Sundry webseries, Spooked. Now we're happy happy to bring you the premiere episode! The cast features some familiar faces and Alison Haislip and Dichen Lachman are guest-starring this time around. Enjoy! Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  12. Wolverine Is Marty McFly, Jean Grey Is Jennifer In X-Men: Days of Back to the Future Past [VIDEO]

    Snikt

    Davis from The Warp Zone sent us this works-too-well combo of Back to the Future and X-Men: Days of Future Past. If only Bryan Singer/Simon Kinberg took this route to fix the X-Universe instead! Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  13. X-Men: Days Of Future Past Writer On How The Film’s Ending Changes The Franchise

    Mutatis Mutandis

    With three hundred million dollars in the bank after its opening four day weekend, X-Men: Days of Future Past is now the best opening film in the franchise, a nice victory over the previous holder of that title, X-Men: The Last Stand. And speaking of Last Stand, screenwriter Simon Kinberg has been pretty open about how DofP's ending was deliberately designed to undo some of Last Stand's most reviled effects on X-Men movie continuity. Spoilers for the end of X-Men: Days of Future Past follow.

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  14. Bryan Singer Doesn’t Appreciate The Internet Comparing The X-Men Universe With The Avengers Universe

    Snikt

    Insert obligatory, "We have a Hulk." 

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  15. X-Men: Days of Future Past – I’m Not Sure I Want Your Future

    Review

    The follow-up to Matthew Vaughn's X-Men: First Class had a lot weighing on its shoulders. Not just as a Hollywood blockbuster, but with fans of the Chris Claremont storyline from The Uncanny X-Men comics and subsequent animated television series adaptation. It also had to live up to the "new" mutant universe created for the 60s-era film while paving the way for continuing success with subsequent films in the Fox franchise. While Bryan Singer's X-Men: Days of Future Past may have great success at the box office (like most superhero films these days), fans may have a few things to say to the director when all is said and done.

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  16. Felicia Day’s Co-Producing a Webseries about Ghost Hunters, And It Looks Pretty Damn Amazing [VIDEO]

    G-G-G-Ghooooosts!

    I hadn't heard about Spooked, a new webseries co-produced by Felicia Day and Bryan Singer for the former's Geek & Sundry YouTube channel, before, but now that I've seen this trailer I'm looking forward to it. And that's not at all because Andrew from BuffTom Lenk is in the trailer. Nope. No residual affection there at all. The first episode of Spooked will premiere on Hulu and YouTube on June 4th. (via: USA Today) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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

    Today in Depressing

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

    Mutatis Mutandis

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

    Mutatis Mutandis

    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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