Bryan Singer Says ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ Occurs In 1983, Shows Footage At

At San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend we were not expecting to see much from Marvel, but there was some aspects of Marvel projects that did surface. For those who prefer the colorful costumes in the comic-book, thy will be done as Bryan Singer, hinted that fans will be seeing costumes close to those they see on the printed page, according to Cinemablend.


“This was my first movie so I kinda jumped in, not knowing what to expect, but it was all fun and great”, she said.

But OH NO. There’s still more bombs to be dropped from the annual, sprawling mecca of all things pop culture/comic/cultish.

However, during this conversation, Hoult named Josh Helman as one of their BB gun targets, hinting that the actor was also shooting scenes for “X-Men: Apocalypse”.

After the “Deadpool” trailer was shown to the Comic-Con audience, it received a thunderous standing ovation and chants of “Show it again!” The traditional thinking, of course, is that an R rating would drive away younger fans and while “Watchmen” is most likely a far different movie than “Deadpool“, the film, the most recent superhero movie to get an R, was not a financial success.

Where else are the cast of X-Men: Apocaplypse, Fantastic Four, Gambit, Deadpool, and The Wolverine all going to hang out and take epic selfies together? “It’s the most faithful adaptation of a super suit to a comic movie ever, (doing) the best he can to annoy everyone around him 24/7″, Reynolds later added.

Olivia Munn’s “X-Men: Apocalypse” Sword Training Puts Aaron Rodgers to Shame [TheWrap].

It shows the film’s big villain, in the person of Apocalypse, played by Oscar Isaac. “But after five movies and two animated series, I have to wonder: What stories are there left to tell?”

To play the genius Reed Richards, who turns into Mr. Fantastic, Miles Teller stated that Trank would give him books, “like ‘Quantum Physics for Dummies.'”. But I get the feeling that we could get two trailers released – a tame green band and a NSFW red-band.

X-Men: Apocalypse is set to hit theaters on May 27, 2016.


Bruce Campbell is back as “Evil Dead” hero Ash, armed with a chainsaw, big chin and lots of “groovy” one-liners in “Ash vs. Evil Dead”. All they really want is the true art of becoming a character.

Comic-Con 2015 Cosplay Harley Quinn