Jimmy McAvoy and Billy Hader are in talks to joint the sequel to the exceedingly and mediocre It. I dig both actors, will probably end up seeing this movie, and yet still can’t get excited. That’s just me, though! I hope this news gives your genitals a nice glossy finish.
Looks like we’re not done with James McAvoy as Professor X. Not just yet! The actor is going to be appearing in Fox’s New Mutants movie. Will the movie be any good? Who knows! But. And, and dear god I hope I don’t regret saying this, it can’t be any worse than X-Men: Apocalypse.
Everyone’s bagging on Apocalypse in these X-Men: Apocalypse stills from Entertainment Weekly. Whatever — remember how fucking lame all the Days of Future Past promos looked? Rather, let’s keep it positive *and* talk about how fucking gnarly Storm looks.
Full disclosure: I’m at work, and I sort of hurried through this trailer before putting it up for you. I don’t really have any in-depth comments besides, “eh” and “meh” and “whatever”, which is sort of par for my Bryan Singer course. I’ll give it a rewatch later.
What do you folks think?
Okay, I’m digging this picture. It’s of Jimmy Mac as Professor X going straight counterculture. Chest out, immobile dong just looking for weed and love. Mannn.
The X:Men First Class posters released by Fox sucked. Fact, not opinion. Dope website that I sometimes snag from, Sucker Punch, issued a challenged to its readers. The decree read (I’m paraphrasing), “Talented motherfuckers, we can do better than this.”
And they did.
Check out some of the results.
I’m stoked for X-Men: First Class. The more I see of it, the more I’m vibing with the retro approach to the whole fiasco. So I was totally stoked for this Communist trailer for the upcoming flick. There’s a few new scenes, including Magneto rocking out with his powers as a young kid.
Hit the jump for the video.
Apparently the Magneto and Professor X character posters released last week were of the international sort. This week we’re treated to the US version, and oh fucking boy! Nothing is cooler than floating heads superimposed over silhouettes. Well, at least some comic book geek is probably having the graphic design internship of a lifetime.
Hit the jump for the posters.