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X-Men: The Last Stand

  1. Sentinels Were Supposed To Show Up In The Second X-Men Film, Here’s What They Would Have Looked Like


    Above are how the Sentinels looked in the "past" portion of X-Men: Days of Future Past. Previously, we'd only seen a quick glimpse of one in the danger room portion of X-Men: The Last Stand but as it turns out, the mutant hunters were meant to show up earlier in X2: X-Men United. Take a look at two artists' renderings and imagine what could have been. 

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

    Faster than a speeding bullet!

    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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  4. Days of Future Past Will Explain How a Disintegrated Professor X Isn’t Caught in Air Filters Right Now

    Mutatis Mutandis

    You might remember that in X-Men: The Last Stand Professor X found himself dissolved into itty bitty pieces by Jean Grey, only to have it revealed post-credits that he was somehow alive. I say "might remember" because I know at least a few of our readers have tried to block that movie from their memory as best as possible. What with The Last Stand putting a crimp in the franchise for a while, we've never found out exactly how, or why, Xavier survived. Well, from the mouth of Sir Patrick Stewart himself, Days of Future Past wil solve that mystery.

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  5. Bryan Singer: I’ll “Repair” Things From The Last Stand in Days of Future Past

    Mutatis Mutandis

    Good going, Singer. The first step to fixing a problem with your franchise is admitting there is one.

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