Posts Tagged ‘Bryan Singer’

The Walk to open Tokyo film festival

— by SEAN GERSKI — “The Walk” — directed by Robert Zemeckis and starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt — will be the opening film of this year’s Tokyo International Film Festival (TIFF). And closing the 28th TIFF will be Tetsuo Shinohara’s “Terminal,̶[...]

Review: Jack the Giant Slayer

— by ADAM DALE — After multiple delays, director Bryan Singer’s fairy tale epic “Jack the Giant Slayer” is finally in theaters. Inspired by tales of Nordic and Celtic origins, Jack and his adventures defeating giants has been in print since the early 18th century and has many adapt[...]

Will Halle Berry Play Storm Again?

— by SHERICE ANTOINETTE — Josh Horowitz of MTV News spoke briefly to Bryan Singer about the progression of “X-Men: Days of Future Past” and what we can expect from the sequel to “X-Men: First Class.” Right off the heels of the CGI heavy “Jack the Giant Slayer” — which a[...]

Trailer: Jack the Giant Slayer

— by CHERRY BELL DAMASCO-FARRINGTON — New Line Cinemas has revealed the new trailer for Bryan Singer’s “Jack the Giant Slayer.” The film (previously known as “Jack the Giant Killer”) had been moved from its June 15, 2012, release date to March 1, 2013, and is now taking ove[...]

Matthew Vaughn Directing X-Men Sequel

— by ANDY BEHBAKHT — “X-Men: First Class” was one of 2011’s most successful movies and back in November it was reported that Simon Kinberg would be writing a screenplay for a sequel about Marvel’s most popular mutants. Today, it was officially announced that the director for the [...]

Trailer: Jack the Giant Killer

— by ADAM POYNTER — Fairytales have been a part of modern-day story telling for years, constantly being re-invented for new generations. “Jack and the Beanstalk” can be added to the recently-revised list as it hits theaters with a new twist. “Jack the Giant Killer” is[...]

Bryan Singer in Production on Jack the Giant Killer

Principal photography is underway in London on Bryan Singer’s 3D action adventure “Jack the Giant Killer,” with Nicholas Hoult in the title role of Jack, for New Line Cinema and Legendary Pictures. “Jack the Giant Killer” tells the story of an ancient war that is[...]

‘X-Men: First Class’ Has Director and Release Date

— by CAM SMITH — While “Captain America” may have been, for a while at least, the most tumultuous superhero movie currently in active development, 20th Century Fox seems desperate to swipe that dubious honor away with the ongoing behind-the-scenes drama that is “X-Men: First Class.[...]

Who Might Assemble ‘The Avengers’?

— by BEN FOWLER — When it comes to the dream directing gig of the decade, it doesn’t come much better than helming the planned Avengers film. But who of the top Hollywood filmmakers should be getting a call from Marvel sometime soon? I’ll start off by saying who I feel is the[...]

Evolution of New ‘X-Men’ Movie Continues

— by CAM SMITH — Now that the “Captain America” casting whirlwind has settled down, and allowed the internet to temporarily experience a moment of rare calm, it’s about time for some other geek property to whip everyone up into a shark-like feeding frenzy anew. I know, how about[...]

Could ‘X-Men 4’ Be in Bryan Singer’s Future?

— by CAM SMITH — The “X-Men” film series feels like it has become a cinematic entity akin to the “Star Trek” franchise — a property that seems destined to navigate some seriously choppy waters, alternately exciting and infuriating fans, and probably continue to be a viable [...]

Josh Schwartz Dismissed from ‘X-Men: First Class’

— by CAM SMITH — At the tail end of last year, I wrote up a story about the interesting-if-not-quite-exciting news that Bryan Singer would be returning to the “X-Men” fold with “First Class,” a prequel depicting the earliest days of Professor Xavier’s School for Gifted[...]

Trying to Keep Up with Superman …

— by CAM SMITH — A while back, one of our distinguished readers asked if I would consider writing an “About That” feature on the next “Superman” movie — a request I politely shot down, citing the property’s extensive legal troubles as reason enough to spare myself the[...]

Superman 3.0 — Is Chris Nolan Taking Over?

— by KATHLEEN COLLINS — A lot of people seem surprised that Warner Bros. is apparently turning to Christopher Nolan to “godfather” the “Superman” series (as reported in this Deadline Hollywood story). However, it really shouldn’t come as too much of a shock.[...]