Patrick Stewart met with Kevin Feige about playing Professor X in the MCU. Dude sounds like he’s moved on though, and I get it.

Patrick Stewart as Professor X is about as flawless a casting as can be. That said, I get the actor feeling like Logan was the perfect bow on his portrayal of the character. However, fuck, we can dream! And, I mean. I’m sure he thought he was done with Picard at one point, too.

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‘Wolverine 3’ casts Boyd Holbrook (‘Narcos’) as its main villain

‘Green Room’ Red Band Trailer: Punk Band versus Nazi Patrick Stewart

So. This trailer is damn old. And despite really liking it, I didn’t post it. Which explains why our own Eduardo Pluto hasn’t seen it. Yeah, I’m ignoring the fact that he probably only comes here when I link him, because he’s swine and I suck. But yeah! So this looks fucking bonkers. Patrick Stewart as a Nazi, versus Punks. It’s, it’s incredible.

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Patrick Stewart confirms he is in next ‘Wolverine’ movie

Patrick Stewart

The third Wolvie solo flick is going to feature none other than Patrick Stewart reprising his role as Professor Charles Xavier. Which, I guess, I’m sort of surprised by. Stewart gave up the Xavier-reins in the X-Men franchise proper, and so I sort of imagine that was that. But hey! It’s nice to see him making an appearance in Hugh Jackman’s final flick portraying the Canadian berserker.

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First ‘X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST’ TRAILER: Hope You Love Time Travel!

X-Men - Days of Future Past.

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?

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Here’s Bryan Singer. Getting his crew back in his fetish wear. The latest promo images from Days of Future Past features Bishop, Two Old British Guys, and someone who is supposed to be Colossus but really just looks like an Asshole.

Hit the jump to check it out, and let me know what you think.

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Monday Morning Commute: Santa’s atomic leg-drop.

It’s Christmas Eve, and you’d damn well better hope that you’ve been good this year.

Why is that? Well, I just got off the phone with Santa Claus. He’s doing well. He’s busy, of course, but things are goin’ his way. His stocks’re on the rise. He left that frumpy wife of his and snagged a lover more to his liking. And he’s decided to finally stop being so damn soft on those perennial  residents of the Naughty List. Given what St. Nick has in store for this year’s crop of bad boys and girls, coal in the stocking is going to look like a walk in the park.

If you haven’t been good for goodness’ sake, Santa Claus is going to rock you with an atomic leg-drop.

There’s no way to know  ahead of time whether you’ll be gettin’ a Furby or a beatdown from Santa. You’ll just have to wait until tomorrow morning — either you’ll wake up to open presents in your pajamas, or you’ll wake up with missing teeth and cracked ribs. But why don’t we share some ways to pass the time until then? Hell, this is the Monday Morning Commute, the very spot where we meet to discuss the various ways we’ll be entertaining ourselves.

After all, it’s easy to get bested by the ennui-daemons and work-overlords. If we don’t take the time to enjoy ourselves, we’ll die as nothing more than the miserable, boring wretches that the Man wants us to be. So let’s rebel! Our bosses don’t own our souls, and Santa may break our backs, but he can’t break our spirits!

C’mon, let’s do this!

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PATRICK STEWART returning to role of PROFESSOR X. I don’t care! SMH, I know.

Oh god! Patrick Stewart is bald! Professor X is bald! They both have legs! Some of those legs work. Some of those don’t. Now Patrick Stewart is returning to the role of Professor X, and I am totally over it. I’ve moved beyond the initial X-Men franchise, which has aged about as well as twice-digested cheese in the sun.

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