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Kitty Pryde Featured In New X-Men: Days Of Future Past Clip

Many X-Men fans haven’t been thrilled with the lack of Kitty Pryde in Days of Future Past considering the film is based on a comic book story where she features heavily. From what we’ve seen so far, it seems Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine is taking her place storywise but Ellen Page still stars in the film. Here’s a full clip revealed at the MTV Movie Awards last night featuring Kitty, Bishop, Sentinels, and more.

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Ellen Page’s Amazing Response to a Homophobic Pastor

That deserves a slow clap. (Huffington Post)


Good News Everyone!

Ellen Page-Led Spy Thriller Queen & Country Gets Director

Relative unknown Craig Viveiros has been tapped to direct Fox’s adaptation of Greg Rucka‘s graphic novel series Queen & Country.


Warning: May Contain Feelings

Ellen Page Comes Out In Moving Speech at Human Rights Campaign Event

Ellen Page, actress in many movies including Juno, Inception, and X-Men: Days of Future Past, spoke at the Human Rights Campaign’s Time to Thrive event last night, and in the midst of her excellent speech in support of the work they do, she announced that she is gay.  Much love and support to her – and check out the video to hear her inspiring words for yourself.

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Mutatis Mutandis

Ellen Page Totally Down for a Joss Whedon Kitty Pryde Movie

There are considerable legal hurdles to getting the Avengers and the X-Men together on the big screen, but there’s no reason why we couldn’t some day see the director of The Avengers take a vacation from the Marvel Cinematic Universe to visit the X-Men, maybe even to showcase a character that he focused a significant amount of his comic work on. And that character’s actress, Ellen Page, is totally down with it.


Cautiously Optimistic

Greg Rucka’s Queen & Country Optioned by Fox, Ellen Page in Talks to Star

Variety is reporting that Fox Studios has optioned a Chernin Entertainment produced feature film adaptation of the graphic novel series Queen & Country, and Ellen Page is in negotiations to star. Here’s why you should be paying attention.


There Can Be Only One

Ellen Page on The Last of Us ‘Ripping Off’ Her Likeness

Blockbuster hit the Last of Us is gorgeous, gritty, and gripping; but there’s one thing that has people scratching their heads.

Is that Ellen Page?

It’s probably an accident, but there is something uncannily similar about her likeness and Ellie, one of two protagonists for the game. In a recent AMA (“Ask Me Anything”) on Reddit, the actress commented on the resemblance.



The Mary Sue Interviews Brit Marling, Patricia Clarkson, Alexander Skarsgård, & Ellen Page Of The East

Screenwriter/actress Brit Marling has returned with another thought-provoking film with director Zal Batmanglij. The East, open in limited release today, stars Marling, Patricia Clarkson, Alexander Skarsgård, and Ellen Page in a spy thriller based around corporate poisonings and the freeganism movement. The Mary Sue was invited to a roundtable discussion with the actors and the director recently, and spoke with them about whether or not this is a political film, women in Hollywood, and what it was like living without entertainment and soap. 


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Leia’s Story

Amy Mebberson (of Pocket Princesses and other awesome things) has a very special Acme Archives print available at Super 7 in celebration of Star Wars Day! 


Consider the Following

A Moment of Silence for the Kitty Pryde Movie, Destroyed by Wolverine: Origins

I’ll be the first person to stand up and defend Wolverine: Origins as a solidly entertaining movie with almost zero nutritional value. The fact is, that after X-Men: The Last Stand, the last thing I wanted was a movie that tried to get all philosophical with its mutant metaphor and instead presented its main characters as amoral hypocrites. I was perfectly ready for what Wolverine turned out to be: Hugh Jackman, a series of awkward celebrity cameos, and a See’s Candy assortment of gleefully wire-fu fight scenes strung along on the thinnest of plots like brightly colored beads on a wire.

But I’d be perfectly willing to trade Wolverine: Origins for a Kitty Pryde movie from all of the people who brought us Juno, because oh my gosh what would that movie even be like?