Monday May 13
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X-Men: Days Of Future Past Set Photo Pairs Wolverine And Beast Back In 1973
Hugh Jackman's Wolverine has already rubbed shoulders with the cast of X-Men: First Class - though it was an extremely brief moment and it didn't exactly go so well.
Movie News: Professor X Goes '70s in New 'X-Men' Pic; Striking 'Maze...
Men: Days of Future Past : The next installment of the series will find the characters from X-Men: First Class in the 1970s, thus explaining why James McAvoy looks like Al Pacino in 1973's Serpico in a photo that director Bryan Singer tweeted from the set.
Photo Flash: Harry Melling, Indira Varma and More at the Hothouse's West End Opening
Harold Pinter 's macabre tragicomedy returns to London's West End in this new production directed by Jamie Lloyd .
Professor X Sports 70's Fashion on the X-Men: Days of Future Past Set
James McAvoy is now filming scenes on the set of Bryan Singer's X-Men: Days of Future Past and the director has shared, via his twitter account, a look at the 70's fashion that Charles Xavier will be sporting this time around.
Photo Coverage: the Hothouse Starring Simon Russell Beale
The Hothouse is part of an exciting season of work for Trafalgar Transformed , a joint initiative between director Jamie Lloyd and Howard Panter .
Singer shows off two surprising additions to the lineup of 'X-Men: Days of Future Past'
Although the upcoming X-Men: Days of Future Past is technically a sequel to 2011's X-Men: First Class , it is also both a prequel and a sequel to 2006's X-Men: The Last Stand .
James Mcavoy Predicts Theatre Awards Loss
James Mcavoy is convinced he has no hope of winning a prize at Britain's upcoming Olivier Awards as fellow nominee Mark Rylance is unbeatable as "the best actor in the world". The Scottish star has been nominated in the Best Actor category for his turn in MACbeth, but he faces tough competition from Rylance , Rupert Everett , Rafe Spall and Luke ... (more)
Face to Face - James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender
As their alter-egos square up to one another in mega-prequel X-Men: First Class , James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender have an altogether friendlier discussion about their roles and the perils of making a blockbuster.