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Quicksilver Joins the X-Men in Days of Future Past
Today, director Bryan Singer tweeted that not only will Quicksilver be in his upcoming X-Men: Days of Future Past but that he will be played by Evan Peters (Kick-Ass, American Horror Story). His tweet read:
Now, this may or may not cause some complications with Marvel Studios’ Avengers 2. If you hadn’t already heard, director Joss Whedon came out and said that both Quicksilver and his sister, Scarlet Witch, would be in the upcoming Avengers sequel. It seems that both Disney/Marvel, who are behind Avengers, and 20th Century Fox, who is behind the X-Men films, both have movie rights to the characters. It makes sense since in the comics Quicksilver is not only a longstanding member of The Avengers but he is also a mutant and the son of Magneto.
But what’s going to happen now that both of these directors have claimed dibs on Quicksilver? Are the fans going to get two different Quicksilvers from two different movies? Will X-Men: Days of Future Past feature a younger Quicksilver while Avengers 2 will feature an older Quicksilver? Will this be the first step into Disney/Marvel and 20th Century Fox building an even bigger Marvel cinematic universe? We do not know. We’ll just have to wait and see.
Now tell us, how do you feel about this news? What would you like to see happen in Quicksilver’s cinematic future?
- 8:34 am
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Quick Reviews by Drewtos
Iron Man 3
Review: Iron Man 3 definitely didn’t meet my high expectations but it was still enjoyable. Overall, it’s funny and has decent action. There’s a lot of scenes with Tony Stark out of his Iron Man suit which I appreciated. The only thing I didn’t like, and what prevents me from giving this movie a higher grade, was the twist with the movie’s villain. Other than that I enjoyed it. Check it out if you haven’t already done so. I’d recommend catching a matinee.
Fast & Furious 6
Review: In theaters tomorrow, Fast & Furious 6 is everything you would expect from a Fast & Furious movie… minus the drag racing. The action is amazing and sometimes too ridiculous and too unbelievable, but I still loved it. It’s action packed from beginning to end and a real pleasure to watch on the big screen. Go see it this weekend.
- 7:28 pm - Wed, May 22, 2013
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DC Entertainment Declares June 12 ‘Man of Steel’ Day at Comic Book Retailers and Bookstores Across the U.S.
Official Press Release from DC Comics:
Sears® Sponsors Free SUPERMAN Comic Book for
Fans Awaiting Upcoming Blockbuster Release
In celebration of the summer’s most eagerly anticipated film, DC Entertainment is partnering with comic book retailers and bookstores across America to declare Wednesday, June 12 MAN OF STEEL DAY, ahead of the film’s wide release on Friday, June 14. Sponsored by Sears, those visiting their local comic book retailers on MAN OF STEEL DAY will receive a free copy of ALL STAR SUPERMAN #1 SPECIAL EDITION comic book by Grant Morrison and Frank Quietly.
In addition to the free comic, DC Entertainment has partnered with Warner Bros. to provide comic shops with various MAN OF STEEL promotional posters and bags to get fans geared up for the film’s release.
Fans who visit comic stores on MAN OF STEEL DAY can also purchase the first issue of red-hot new comic series, SUPERMAN UNCHAINED, from bestselling creators Scott Snyder and Jim Lee. The series promises to elevate the already high-flying hero to new heights as he faces off against foes familiar and new. SUPERMAN UNCHAINED #1 includes a bonus two-sided, tipped-in poster measuring approximately 11” x 18” that can be easily removed for display.
“Comic fans and moviegoers have made it very clear that they are eagerly awaiting the arrival of MAN OF STEEL in theaters and we’re excited to offer our retailer partners a chance to celebrate the occasion and tap into fan’s enthusiasm,” stated John Cunningham, vice president of marketing, DC Entertainment.
Also available at comic retail locations is DC Collectibles’ all-new line of 12” MAN OF STEEL statues that capture the film’s characters, Superman, Jor El, Zod and Faora, in stunning, highly-realistic likenesses. The line is already a top seller for DC Collectibles, further demonstrating retailer and fan excitement for MAN OF STEEL.
Continuing the celebration around the film’s release, DC Entertainment has partnered with Random House to bring MAN OF STEEL to libraries across the U.S. on Saturday, June 15. More than 1,000 local libraries will offer visitors buttons, bookmarks and Superman comics.
On the digital front, ALL STAR SUPERMAN #1 will also be available for free download, courtesy of Sears, and the “Superman 201” digital comics sale kicks off on June 12 at www.readdcentertainment.com, the DC Comics app, and all digital platforms (comiXology, Kindle, iBookstore, Nook). The sale offers hundreds of acclaimed Superman titles like SUPERMAN: SECRET ORIGIN by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank, SUPERMAN: FOR TOMORROW by Brian Azzarello and Jim Lee, SUPERMAN: BIRTHRIGHT by Mark Waid and Leinil Yu – all for $.99 each.
About MAN OF STEEL
From Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures comes MAN OF STEEL, starring Henry Cavill in the role of Clark Kent/Superman, under the direction of Zack Snyder. MAN OF STEEL is produced by Charles Roven, Christopher Nolan, Emma Thomas and Deborah Snyder. The screenplay was written by David S. Goyer from a story by Goyer and Nolan, based upon Superman characters created by Jerry Siegel & Joe Shuster and published by DC Entertainment. Thomas Tull, Lloyd Phillips and Jon Peters are serving as executive producers. The film is slated for release beginning June 14, 2013 and will be distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company.
(via DC Comics)
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New Poster For The World’s End
The new comedy written and directed by Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World) and co-wrriten by Simon Pegg (Shaun of the Dead) hits theaters later this year. Check out the new poster.
- 11:18 am
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Matt Smith has shaved his hair for the Ryan Gosling movie How To Catch A Monster.