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X-Men

  1. [UPDATED] BREAKING: Fault In Our Stars Director Josh Boone to Direct FOX’s X-Men Spin-Off The New Mutants

    THIS JUST IN. The X-Men spin-off, The New Mutants, is moving forward as a film at FOX, and they've hired director Josh Boone (The Fault in Our Stars) to helm.

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  2. Costumed Jubilee, Sophie Turner/Jean Grey, and More in New X-Men: Apocalypse Set Photos!

    After yesterday's painfully brief glimpse at X-Men: Apocalypse's Nightcrawler, images of some of the other mutants we were excited to see in the movie have popped up—albeit in unofficial photos from the set. But we'll take what we can get when it comes to our first look at Lana Condor as Jubilee and SANSA!JEAN GREY.

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  3. Brian Michael Bendis Unconvincingly Denies Bi-Erasure In All-New X-Men

    :/

    Brian Michael Bendis' All-New X-Men #40 just came out today, but it's already been the subject of intense scrutiny after pages leaked to Tumblr earlier this week revealed a scene in which Jean Grey forces Iceman (Bobby Drake) to admit he's gay.

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  4. Marvel’s Editor-In-Chief Explains Why One of the Original X-Men Just Came Out of the Closet

    Spoilers ahead for All-New X-Men #40!

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  5. Today in Imperfect Representation: One of the Original X-Men Just Came Out as Gay

    Brian Michael Bendis' All-New X-Men #40 won't be released until tomorrow, but leaked pages uploaded to Tumblr show that this issue contains a huge reveal for one of the original mutants. Spoilers to follow.

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  6. Jem and the Holograms Meet the X-Men for Some Truly Outrageous Cosplay

    Ok but let's see Wolverine as Rio.

    This past weekend there was tons of amazing cosplay at WonderCon but this shot from my pal Pat Loika really stood out to me for obvious reasons. Check out another rockin' X-Men mashup after the jump!

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

    X-Men: Now with time-travelly shenanigans!

    Timelines be damned!

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  8. Hugh Jackman & Jennifer Lawrence Both Departing X-Men Very Very Soon

    Fare thee well, friends.

    All roles must eventually come to an end. X-Men: Apocalypse starts filming in April, and Hugh Jackman just instagrammed himself with Wolverine claws and a very bittersweet caption. Bye-bye, Hugh Jackman's Wolverine.

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  9. Things We Saw Today: The Periodic Table of Disney Is Scientifically Magical

    Somewhere hidden in this table is the secret of Disney consistently taking all of our money. It's science! (via Disney)

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  10. Fictional Character Crushes: Don’t Pretend You Don’t Have Them

    Sara's Top Fandom Crushes. Apparently, I kind of have a "type." Don't judge. ;-)

    Different characters can "speak" to different parts of our psyche at different times in our lives and heck, let's be honest - at different times of the same day. I have broken down my fictional crushes into some categories to help organize my thoughts on the matter. Feel free to share your own crushes and opinions in the comments!

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  11. The 90s Are BACK! X-Men ’92 Comes to Digital Comics

    Get ready to re-live even MORE of your childhood!

    Tell 10-12 year old you to start getting excited! The first title to be released as part of Marvel Comics' upcoming Secret Wars event is X-Men '92, a comic based on the awesome 90s X-Men animated series.

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  12. The Uncanny X-Men, As Reimagined By Wes Anderson

    Is it too late to fire Bryan Singer?

    Friend to the site Patrick Willems has made some pretty great videos in his "comic book movies as made by famous directors" series (remember Tommy Wiseau's Batman and Ingmar Bergman's Flash?), but this might be my favorite, if only for the perfectly appropriate jumpsuits. Eat your heart out, First Class!

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  13. Review: In Marvel’s The Black Vortex Alpha, Cosmically Enhanced Rocket Raccoon Will Haunt Your Dreams

    The Guardians of the Galaxy and the X-Men (and... everyone else, basically) team up!

    As a relative newcomer to comics, I’m grateful that The Black Vortex is the first Marvel event I’m reading issue-by-issue. We’re only one third of the way in but already The Black Vortex is setting itself apart from other cosmic events with a rare and refreshing balance of character and action. The multiverse is in […]

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  14. Hugh Jackman Will Never Stop Playing Wolverine Ever and It’s Birdman‘s Fault

    [drumming intensifies]

    Personally I'm surprised he didn't rush the stage at the Academy Awards last night and scream-sing "I'M WOLVERIIIINE" like he did in his Oscars opening number in 2009. Still, there's always next year! And the year after that. And the one after that, too. Basically, every year until Hugh Jackman collapses from exhaustion.

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  15. X-Men: Apocalypse Casts Its Baby Nightcrawler, Deadpool Recasts Colossus

    And by baby I mean teenager, and by teenager, I mean I am old.

    Meet Kodi Smit-McPhee. Or perhaps you've met him before, as the lead roles ParaNorman, or Let Me In, the American Let The Right One In.

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  16. Everything Is Beautiful: Gina Carano Has Been Cast as a Mutant in Deadpool

    Tim Miller's Deadpool film just got way more interesting, because they've cast Gina Carano as a mutant. Take my ticket money and take it now.

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  17. Live-Action X-Men TV Series in the Works at Fox With Star Trek 3 Writers

    Jubilee or bust.

    Not to be outdone but practically ever other publisher/studio/network out there, Fox has decided to bring one of their comic properties to television. Oh yes, it's time for more X-Men. Suit up!

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  18. 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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  19. Pull It Together: Squirrel Girl, Peggy Carter, Lady Killer, and More!

    We've got issues. Lots of issues.

    Squirrel Girl! Peggy Carter! Ms. Marvel's creator takes over X-Men! Stepford Wives who are really hitwomen! COMICS!

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  20. That Gambit Film Has an Actual 2016 Release Date, Chere

    Vraiment!

    If you'd forgotten about the fact that we're getting a Gambit movie—well, first of all, you clearly haven't been following certain members of the TMS editorial staff on Twitter. But there's no escaping it; Channing Tatum will hitting big screens as the ragin' Cajun on October 7, 2016.

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